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BIM 101 Scheduled at AGC Chapters Across the Country
On April 6, 2009, AGC of America launched its newest educational resource, BIM 101: An Introduction to Building Information Modeling, the first part of AGC's BIM Education Program. BIM 101 is a full-day course designed specifically for construction professionals eager to learn the essential concepts of BIM and will provide participants with a comprehensive overview to prepare them for future BIM Education Program courses.
This high-quality, content-rich program gives construction professionals, building developers, owners, designers, construction product manufacturers and others in the AEC building community a compelling new resource to position themselves to proactively move forward with BIM adoption.
The BIM Education Program brochure outlines the course details. BIM 101 is offered at many of AGC's 95 chapters, in addition to a range of construction firms and educational institutions. Course offerings are scheduled frequently. May 2009 dates include:
AGC of America AGC BIMForum, Dallas, TX - May 27
AGC of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT - May 6
San Antonio Chapter, San Antonio, TX - May 7
AGC of Connecticut, Wethersfield, CT - May 15 and 16
Contact Amy Fields, Senior Director, Curriculum and Program Development, for additional information on BIM 101 at (703) 837-5360 or email@example.com.
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