November 1, 2010

San Francisco Revit User Group - Small Firm Panel - 11.10.10

Revit – Small Firm Panel
Moving to a BIM solution, such as Revit, is a daunting task. Some smaller firms have felt that the hurdles are just too large for a small or medium size firm. This month’s Revit User Group will be a panel discussion with small and medium sized firms that are making that shift to BIM. Hear from practitioners about their process, their success, what they would do different.

Come and join the discussion:

• What was the biggest challenge about implementing Revit?
• What has been the biggest reward in the move to Building Information Management (BIM)?
• What is the one thing you would do over in implementing BIM?
• What is your advice to firms starting out?

The format of this user group will be a panel discussion (2-3 firms) with a moderator.

Who Should Attend
Beginner and experienced Revit users and Architects in small to medium size firms.

About the Moderator
David Haynes – Ideate Director of Services - is a Registered Architect and a LEED accredited professional who previously had his own practice and was President of a commercial design-build construction company for 15 years. A graduate of University of Arizona, he has worked as an Architect, contractor, developer, educator and as a national construction manager for a national retailer. David currently develops and implements targeted AEC business solutions – including Revit Architecture, Revit Structure, AutoCAD Architecture, and Navisworks – for clients across the United States involved in the design and building process.

San Francisco Revit User Group
130 Sutter Street
Suite 600
San Francisco, CA 94104

11:30am to noon: networking + lunch
Noon to 1:30pm: presentation

**Registration required. We’ll have your seat reserved and lunch ready.**

For more information Email Moe Kress or call 888.662.7238 x4151
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