Reid Addis, an AEC BIM Specialist and Autodesk Certified Instructor at Microsol Resources in Philadelphia can now add Bluebeam Certified Consultant to his resume. After completing his training, he has established expert knowledge of Bluebeam’s customization options, enterprise-level deployment and technical support, and is proven to be a trusted services resource for any Bluebeam customers.
Reid is a Registered Architect and studied Architecture at Cornell University; he also has a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Reid provides technical support and CAD Manager Consultation, specializing in Autodesk AutoCAD, AutoCAD Architecture, Revit Architecture, and Revit Structure at Microsol Resources.
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Join Microsol Resources for our annual What’s new with Autodesk Webinar Series
Interested in seeing what the new Autodesk 2018 features can do for you? Intrigued by the use of building information modeling (BIM) in your firm?
See it first with Microsol Resources as we host our annual What’s New with Autodesk 2018 Webinar Series; an hour-long webinar happening every Tuesday where we highlight the newest features, as well as show you tips and tricks for the different Autodesk products. For our full list of upcoming events, click here. Register today and earn AIA LUs!
|May 2 at 11 am||What’s New with AutoCAD 2018?||WATCH THE RECORDING
|May 9 at 11 am||What’s New with Revit 2018?||WATCH THE RECORDING|
|May 16 at 11 am||What’s New with AutoCAD Civil 3D & InfraWorks 2018?||WATCH THE RECORDING|
|May 25 at 11 am||What’s New in the Geotechnical Module for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2018?||WATCH THE RECORDING|
|June 6 at 11 am||What’s New with Autodesk Account?||WATCH THE RECORDING|
|June 13 at 11 am||Accelerate the 2030 Challenge using Autodesk Insight||WATCH THE RECORDING|
|June 20 at 11 am||What’s New with Navisworks 2018?|
|June 27 at 11 am||What’s New with Collaboration for Revit & BIM 360?||WATCH THE RECORDING|
|July 18 at 12 pm||BIM in the Era of Connection with Lynn Allen from Autodesk||REGISTER|
To view the recordings from last year’s series on What’s New with Autodesk 2017, click here; for What’s New with Autodesk 2016, click here. For all other recent webinar recordings, you can head to our Knowledge Center!
Interested in 3D modeling, animation and rendering? Microsol Resources invites you to join us at V-Ray Architecture Days in New York and Boston presented by Chaos Group and our New York and Boston architectural clients. During these free live events, Chaos Group’s experts will show you how a comprehensive rendering solution can validate and sell designs before they are built. You’ll learn how to iterate quickly with high-impact visuals and animations, and we’ll explore how to avoid big challenges when you work with big data.
V-Ray Architecture Day in New York will be held on Thursday, June 8, 2017, starting at 8:30 AM EST at the Center of Architecture in New York City. The session will finish with a presentation from Scott DeWoody, Associate Director of Visualization at Gensler, Houston. You can register here.
V-Ray Architecture Day in Boston will be held on Wednesday, June 14, 2017, starting at 8:30 AM EST at the Boston Society of Architects in Boston. The session will finish with a presentation from Seunghyun Kim, Project Designer at Moshe Safdie and Associates. You can register here.
During both sessions, you will learn about the powerful features packed in new releases of V-Ray, including huge advances in GPU performance. We’ll cover:
Both events are also eligible for 3.5 LUs/PDH! If you are unable to join us in New York or Boston, we encourage you to review our previously recorded webinars on V-Ray for Revit, V-Ray 3.5 for 3ds Max, V-Ray for Rhino, and V-Ray for Sketchup here: knowledge.microsolresources.com/vlp/pages/V-Ray-Webinar-Series-2017
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