Join us on September 25th for our BIM Perspectives seminar in Philadelphia

By Anna Liza Montenegro | Event

Have you adopted BIM in your firm yet? Do you need BIM standards? Whatever your level of experience or inexperience, join us at BIM Perspectives as we explore the new technology innovations and integrations in design and construction. Learn the latest from industry leaders and hear about the advanced modeling and production techniques.

  • Hear the industry perspective and highlights from McGraw-Hill Construction’s 2013 SmartMarket Report on The Business Value of BIM in North America
  • Understand how critical new advancements in standards for modeling and emerging trends in multi-party, international workflow management for architects, engineers, fabricators and contractors are re-engineering the digital workflows of the future.
  • Learn from the industry experts on how digital modeling provides unprecedented opportunities for leveraging modular components and prefabricated assemblies to enhance design, reduce cost and increase speed and safety of overall project delivery.


Stephen Jones Senior Director McGraw Hill Construction


Craig Barbieri National Design Technology Manager Pennoni Associates
David Blanchette BIM 360 Manager Autodesk
Joe Castner Managing Director Kling Stubbins
Jason Dougherty Associate Director – Construction Navigant Consulting
Marc Purcell Director IMC Construction

When:     8:00am – 12:00pm, Wednesday September 25, 2013
Where:   The Racquet Club of Philadelphia, 215 South 16th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Note:       There is no cost to attend the event though you have to register to participate. Hot breakfast will be served.
Credit:    Microsol Resources is an Approved Provider through the AIA/CES and will provide Certificate of Completion for 3.5 AIA LUs and PDH for this seminar.


Published on September 16, 2013 in Event.

About the Author

Marketing Director in New York via San Francisco and Manila. Anna Liza is a trained architect and inspired by technology. A fan of traveling, slow food movement, and summers in Maine with her kids. She has been with Microsol since 2004.