US Army Corps of Engineers BIM-Autodesk Licensing-Revit-COBie-IFC

Posted by Daniel Hughes on Jun 16, 2011 1:15:02 AM

US Army Corps of Engineers ISC | Atlanta 2011The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Infrastructure Systems Conference featured a great venue of BIM/Revit/CAD topics in Wednesday's Learning Sessions:

  • Autodesk reviewed their Revit - Autodesk Enterprise Licensing Agreement
  • Revit and Conceptual Energy Analysis
  • Corps Pilots COBie
  • Current BIM Interoperability Methods
  • IFCS for Design Teams
  • Panel: Opportunities and Challenges of BIM at the Army Installation
  • BIM for Facility Operations
  • Using BIM as a Strategic Project Asset
  • BIM Next Gen FM: Design for Maintenance Strategy
  • BIM for Facility Operations
  • BIM to Facilities: Management of the Next Big Thing for Sustainability

We had the honor of a visit from James Dalton, PE, SES - Chief, Engineering & Construction Division.

We enjoyed a short chat on how Revit has been given a broader playing field within the USACE project landscape and the opportunity to Revit on a greater share of BIM projects.

Chief Dalton had an opportunity to review an Advocate 2, Bradley's newest self-contained lavatory soap-water-dryer fixture. The Advocate 2 will be released in the near future.

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Topics: Government Revit BIM, infrastructure systems conference, government bim, usace-isc, us army corps of engineers, bradley revit bim


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