Design, Drinks & Digital Deployment at Dock1053 in Raleigh

August 02, 2016 By Lisa Brady Leave a comment

Don't miss this opportunity to tour the newly renovated Dock1053!  Learn more about this exciting project by Grubb Ventures as they take you on a tour of this amazing space. We will also hear from Kris Lengieza of Stiles Construction as he shares implementation strategies that have helped transform the way they do business and learn valuable techniques whether you are an architect, engineer, or contractor. Also, enjoy complimentary food and drinks while networking with peers in the Raleigh AEC community. 

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Tagged with Design, Raleigh, AEC, architecture, BIM, construction, Autodesk, engineering, Software Deployment, Implementation, Digital Deployment, Dock1053

The Next Generation of BIM: BIM Solutions for AEC Mobility

November 04, 2013 By April Raque Leave a comment

Advanced Solutions has embarked upon a new and exciting event series encompassing the mobility of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the software solutions for greater mobility.

Throughout this event series, we are discussing:

  • The Value and Challenges of Implementing BIM Mobility
  • How to incorporate the use of Mobile Devices
  • Discuss the Value/ROI of Using Cloud-Based Tools
  • Share the Successes and Challenges with Other Industry Leaders

We provide a closer glimpse into how companies are using BIM 360 Field and Glue on current projects, with a closer look at Industry Leading Companies, providing insight into how they use each product. The Walsh Group, Barnhill Contracting Company and many other notable industry leaders are providing insight into how they have taken their BIM process mobile.

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Tagged with Cincinnati, Building information modeling, Mobility, Autodesk 360, Raleigh, IPad, BIM360 Field, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, AEC, architecture, learning, Research Triangle Park, BIM, Technology, Events, BIM Mobile, Glue, BIM360 Glue, News & Events, construction, Autodesk, engineering

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