Engineering Firms - How to leverage your content to better design and increase coordination ?
This Webinar explains how to better manage, organize and collaborate on your BIM content library, as well as how to better design, increase coordination and facilitate the delivery of as built models.
The BIM&CO team will address some of the many issues that you may encounter in your BIM content management:
- How to search faster for the right family in design phase;
- How to collaborate with experts, engineers and non Revit users on equipment specification;
- How to enrich your model with data; • How to ensure that content is consistent with its parameters in your library;
- How to capitalize on individual projects to maintain an updated library and speed up the design of future projects;
BIM&CO experts will show you the tools you need to respond quickly to these challenges for smooth and efficient management of your personal BIM content library for streamlined processes. No matter the size of the company you work for, whether a small engineering office, or an international consulting engineering firm, BIM&CO puts you in total control of your content and data.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th
From 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM EST
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