We partner with leading industry organizations and host events so we can interact with the community, share knowledge and ideas, and facilitate discussion. See the latest schedule below.
Looking for ways to more easily coordinate with others who aren’t in your network or working on the same network? With Collaboration for Revit (C4R) it’s easy to work with and collaborate with others from just about anywhere, regardless of their location or if they work for the same company. It also comes with many benefits for those who manage and review projects.
Join us and learn more about the benefits and workflow of Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team, and connect your project teams for better communication, access and results.
With each passing year, we see our industry growing and evolving with the technology and trends that are becoming more widely available. This growth challenges us to keep up with advancements and understanding their implications. It can seem like with each new ability, there’s another abbreviation or “D” added to a number that we need to learn, but with Connected BIM that’s not really the case. In many ways that we may not realize, we are already using some of the abilities that we associate with it.
If you are looking to see where BIM is going and how you can leverage the cloud to do more and make your teams more efficient, please join us as we go over the next phase in BIM: Connected BIM.
A Stanford University Center for Integrated Facilities Engineering (CIFE) study reports significant cost savings in 32 major projects using Building Information Modeling. As a result, owners increasingly require the development of a BIM model for new construction and major renovation projects. However, the benefits of BIM are not limited to design and construction. In this webinar, we will discuss which pieces of BIM information contribute to cost savings in Operations and Maintenance, how to use ModelStream® to enable your organization to migrate data from your BIM Models to your IBM Maximo CMMS, and the basics of how ModelStream® maps data and creates a bi-directional information flow between the systems.
The workflow, adoption, and tools available for BIM processes have grown each year within all disciplines in AECO. Though much of the focus for BIM implementations tends to be on Revit, it's important to realize that BIM is not one particular tool but a workflow that focuses on the information in our models and designs, enabling us to do more, faster and better.
Join us to discover what moving to BIM means to the management of your projects, and how it can enable you to do more, faster and better, and from anywhere.
Philadelphia's Dynamo User Group strives to create a collaborative community for all computation designers in the Philadelphia area interested in the intersections between computation, BIM, and design. Come learn a little, meet fellow Dynamo users, and enjoy the dinner provided by proud sponsor, Microdesk. Feel free to bring your own laptop (with Revit and Dynamo installed) along with your Dynamo hopes and dreams. No prior experience in writing code or Dynamo is necessary.
Constructech’s Technology Day 2017 will identify how to leverage the endless opportunities being provided by data in the office, at the job site, and throughout the building lifecycle of a project. Attendees are welcome to stop by Microdesk’s table in the exhibit hall as well as hear our West Coast Director of Consulting Services, Leo Salce, present on “IoT in BIM for Operations.”
We are a proud exhibiting sponsor of Design DC: Rooted in Resilience. Join us for Lunchtime Learning: Age of New Design - How New Tools Enable Connectivity, Flexibility, and Feedback, hosted by Microdesk's own Peter Marchese. Afterwards, stop by booth 304 to chat and learn more! Design DC is the premier regional conference focused on the unique challenges posed by working as architects, interior designers, engineers, contractors, planners, landscape architects, and developers in the DC Metropolitan area.