BIM 101 – Introduction

    By the end of the BIM 101 Introduction course, you will be able to clarify BIM misconceptions by discussing why they exist and the realities of the industry, define BIM as a process, and develop and understanding of why BIM and Revit are not synonymous terms, introduce the benefits of modeling for the various stakeholders in the architecture, engineering, construction and operations industry, and present the industry standard tools previously developed to manage the BIM process within the industry.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 101 La Guia Completa LAS

    Esta es una introducción de 2 horas al modelo BIM. Al final de este curso, el alumno deberá tener suficientes habilidades y conocimientos para ges?onar en el futuro, su propio aprendizaje en BIM.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 102 – Collaborative BIM

    The BIM 102 2017 – Collaborative BIM course elaborates on the concepts of BIM 101 with a focus on the language of collaboration.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 110 – BIM for Architects

    The BIM 110 – BIM for Architects course is divided into two sections: the BIM-savvy architect and the Design Intent Model. This is to focus on both the interpersonal and technical skills needed—the hard  and soft skills respectively.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 120 – BIM for Contractors

    The BIM 120 – BIM for Contractors course is divided into two sections: the BIM-savvy contractor and the Construction Model. This is to focus on both the interpersonal and technical skills needed—the hard and soft skills respectively.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 130 – BIM for MEP Engineers

    In the BIM 130 – BIM for MEP Engineers course, you will be able to identify owner types with whom the engineer can develop Collaborative BIM relationships, identify how the integration of calculations can complicate the use of design intent models as reusable Record Models, describe an engineer’s developing relationship with subcontractors during Design Assist, and define Fabrication Level Modeling as well as how it is different than design intent modeling.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 140 – BIM for the Owner’s Team

    By the end of the BIM 140 – BIM for the Owner’s Team course, you’ll be able to describe the benefits of a BIM process from an owner’s point of view, describe the owner’s team and how a BIM Commissioner can help support their BIM goals, identify requirements of a BIM savvy RFP, the digital templates, and BIM project documents, and review the available National BIM Standards supporting the efforts of the BIM savvy owner.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 150 – BIM for Structural Engineers

    In the BIM 150 – BIM for Structural Engineers course, you should be able to describe how the tools of 3D modeling effectively support the structural engineering practice, describe how BIM objects within a structural model are universally standardized to support a strong digital lifecycle, describe how structural engineers can strategically partner with a detailer to enhance their BIM capacities, and define concurrent engineering and explain how the process can enhance construction timelines.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM 201 La Guia Completa LAS

    Al final del curso, el alumno debera poder examinar críticamente el uso de proyectos BIM y tener la capacidad de llevar a cabo una investigación independiente que le permitira entender y manejar las áreas de incertidumbre.

    $299.00 (USD)

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    BIM Library

    The BIM Library is a series of courses that introduce fundamental BIM concepts as well as how technology has impacted the building industry.

    $499.00 (USD)

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