Role of Architectural Models Before BIM - Salt Lake City

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Aug 23, 2016 9:00:00 AM

While visiting Salt Lake City, I was reminded of the role and value; that architectural models previously provided the design and construction teams of large facility projects.

The South Visitors Center of Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City Utah; provides a scale model of the Salt Lake Temple.

 

The tour guide mentions that it took 40 years to build the Salt Lake Temple.

Scaled architectural models made of wood & plaster, full-size prints of iron work, stain-glass window patterns, staircase handrails & bannisters; are just a few design tools I've found when renovating historic & older buildings.

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ASPE Philadelphia | How BIM Changes Everything | Thu Jan 23 2014

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Jan 16, 2014 3:28:40 AM

Our thanks to the Philadelphia ASPE Chapter | American Society of Plumbing Engineers -- for the opportunity to share our Bradley BIM presentation;

"How BIM Changes Everything"

Philadelphia ASPE January 2014 Dinner Meeting

When: Thursday, January 23, 2014, 6pm – 8pm

Meeting Location: Clarion Hotel 76 Essington Highway Essington, PA 19029 (map)

Presentation Description: "How BIM Changes Everything"

Educational Speaker: Daniel Hughes BIM Strategist - Bradley Corporation

For reservations contact:

  • Dawn Bishop - 302.778.7404 aspe.vpt.philly@gmail.com
  • Cost: $25.00 for Members $35.00 for Non-members

Please make your reservations by the Tuesday before the meeting

* Meeting qualifies for 1 hour CEU (no certificated will be provided)

BIM Presentation Description:

"How BIM Changes Everything"

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a process that offers multiple opportunities to automate and better coordinate the construction documents and specifications, from a 3D computer model. BIM authoring software (Revit, Bentley, ArchiCAD, Vectorworks) allow multiple users (disciplines) to work simultaneously in the facility model file during the construction + design processes.

This collaborative workflow uses new tools for programming & project phasing, creating specifications & cost estimates, and prefabrication & commissioning documentation.

Learn how the BIM process is redefining

  1. the project workflow,
  2. team roles & responsibilities,
  3. marketing of services,
  4. contractual BIM deliverables defined by both private & public BIM mandates; with an ongoing requirement for training & professional development.

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How BIM Changes Everything Presentation | ASPE InterMountain

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Sep 27, 2013 11:33:30 AM

I extend my thanks to ASPE - InterMountain (Salt Lake City) Chapter for the opportunity to present the Bradley BIM educational presentation -- "How BIM Changes Everything" at their September 24, 2013 ASPE Meeting.

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