Monthly Archives for September 2009

Attitude and Perception: Key Factors in Successful BIM Transitioning

by Sherry Whetten As Director of Technology at an Architecture and Planning firm, I was responsible for developing and maintaining office processes. Initially I was hired as a contractor to help complete one specific project in ArchiCAD. The firm deserves … Continue reading

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BIM is a Process by Sherry Whetten September 22 ’09

by Sherry Whetten In the last couple years of the BIM transition, I have come across several interesting misconceptions among the general AEC population about the abilities and potential of the BIM process. One misconception in particular is that a … Continue reading

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BIM Has Arrived by John Stebbins September 1 ’09

by John Stebbins BIM has arrived? Hasn’t BIM been around for a long time? It is true that BIM ‘authoring tools’ have been around a long time. In fact ArchiCAD has been in use world-wide for 26 years, Autodesk Revit … Continue reading

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