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Connections Between Construction & Constructible Models Using BIM Technology

Provider: Informa
Discipline: Ethics & Business Practices
Credits: 1.50

Everyone wants a job to come in on budget and on time, but the real trick to achieving this goal is having enough of the right information communicated throughout the entire project. To compete with the evolving trends in the construction industry, contractors must utilize innovative tools and new processes. This seminar will serve as an introduction to modeling and use real-world examples to illustrate how concrete contractors can benefit from using “constructable” models in a BIM workflow to produce accurate pre-construction estimates, efficient pour planning, and effective on-site productivity in addition to reducing project waste and costly mistakes.

1. Produce accurate information and quantity take off for highly competitive bids
2. Enhance workflow communication and add value to projects through constructable model sharing
3. Make informed decisions and predictions to combat inevitable changes that will occur during construction
4. Improve concrete pour planning and ensure effective onsite productivity through utilization of as-built model information

For more information please visit or contact Informa at 972-536-6416.

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“The MCAA keeps my company competitive with other building materials.”

John Smith
John J. Smith Masonry Company
MCAA member since 1990

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