As a shared knowledge resource, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is meant to cross physical and industry boundaries in order to bring professionals the information they need to work together. However, in an industry constantly growing in best practices and technology, and as competitive as it is creative, creating standardizations to make these resources work isn’t always simple.
Topics: Architecture, Building Information Modeling, Jeffrey Ouellette, National BIM Standard - United States, Vectorworks, BIM, BuildingSMART, Uncategorized, BIM World Implementation Strategies Global Online, Barcelona, BIM Freelance, BIMCommunity, Zigurat
What happens to your project files and data after you complete a project? Are they copied to durable media? Sent to the cloud? And how do you confirm long-term access to your firm’s project and client history?
The worldwide rollout of Vectorworks 2015 software has hit Japan, with A&A Co., the local Vectorworks distributor, hosting launch events in six major cities across the country to introduce designers to this year’s new features.
Last month, one of our architect product specialists, Jeffrey Ouellette, was invited by the China Institute of Building Standard Design & Research to speak at the Second China BIM Forum and the Foundation Ceremony of buildingSMART China in Beijing. Ouellette serves as deputy chair of the buildingSMART International Implementation Support Group, and at this event he gave a presentation on the content and development of the National BIM Standard – U.S.™.
Topics: buildingSMART International, China Survey and Design Association, Education, Jeffrey Ouellette, Second China BIM Forum, Beijing Jianyi Investment Development (Group) Co., BIM, buildingSMART China, China Energy Conservation Association, China Institute of Building Standard Design &, China Real Estate Research Residential Facilities, Huasiwei Technology Co.
Sunny Los Angeles will host two events this month at which Building Information Modeling (BIM) experts from Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. will be speaking.
Topics: Education, Jeffrey Ouellette, Open BIM, Practical BIM: The Sixth Annual USC BIM Symposium, University of Southern California School of Archit, BIM, BIM and Process Change: Tested Techniques and New, BuildingSMART, Jeff Server, USC School of Architecture Executive Education Sum
Last week, members of the Vectorworks team traveled to Washington, D.C., for the AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Expo. We gave demonstrations at our booth of Vectorworks Architect, as well as some great new offerings: CadFaster, SimTread, Vectorworks Cloud Services, and AR-works.
Topics: AIA 2012 National Convention and Design Expo, Ali Reza Honarkar, Architecture, buildingSMART alliance, François Lévy, Jeffrey Ouellette, Nemetschek Scia, Open BIM, SimTread, The M Group, Vectorworks Architect, AR-works, BIM, CadFaster, Cloud, Dan Monaghan, Deke Smith, Division1 Architects, Jeff Roberson, Michael Timcheck, third party partner, Tuomas Holma, Vectorworks Cloud Services
The buildingSMART International Implementation Support Group (ISG) meeting will be held this week in Washington, D.C. ISG meetings are held twice a year to discuss the use of Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) for the exchange and sharing of Building Information Models (BIM) among different software products.
Topics: buildingSMART International, ISG, Jeffrey Ouellette, openBIM, BIM, Community, Deke Smith, IFC, Implementation Support Group, Industry Foundation Classes, National Institute of Building Sciences
Topics: Education, Jeffrey Ouellette, Nemetschek Scia, Robert Anderson, Rubina Siddiqui, Scia Engineer, Specifiers' Properties information exchange, Vectorworks Architect, William East, BIM, EcoBuild America, SPie
Last week, members of the Vectorworks team traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana, for the 2011 American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention and Design Exposition.
Topics: 2011 AIA National Convention and Design Exposition, Architecture, buildingSMART alliance, François Lévy, Jeffrey Ouellette, Vectorworks Architect, AIA 2011 tweetup, BIM, David LaBarbera, Luis Ruiz, Wes Gardner