BIM Coordination for Construction

July 15, 2015 By Dan Fluegeman Leave a comment

bim02Just as the introduction of BIM into the Architecture and Engineering industry revolutionized building design, its introduction into the Construction industry has revolutionized the building coordination process.  Tools such as Navisworks and BIM 360 allow for coordination and clash detection of all building projects, whether they be large or small, commercial or industrial.  The question is... What do you do when the Architects, Engineers, and project site are all in different locations?

The solution is BIM Coordination for Construction!  Using Smartboard technology and the power of the Cloud, building coordination can be conducted regardless of the location of the project and/or its participants. 

In our BIM Coordniation for Construction course, we discuss best practices for construction coordination and clash detection, utilizing Navisworks Manage and BIM 360 Glue.  We also review best practices for running BIM Coordination meetings, including meeting prep work and follow-up practices.  Finally, there is a review of Smartboard technology and how it can be utilized in BIM Coordination.

This is a great opportunity to learn how to:

  • Efficiently run BIM coordination meetings and manage BIM coordination on projects
  • Implement best practices for using Navisworks Manage and/or BIM 360 Glue for coordination and clash detection
  • Understand how Navisworks Manage and BIM360 Glue can work together on projects
  • Implement Smartboard technology for BIM Coordination
The class listing can be found on the Advanced Solutions Training page on our website or you can click this link and sign up, today!

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