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Last edited 09 Oct 2017
Autodesk Building, Infrastructure & Construction User Conference
|Manchester – etc. venues – 17th October 2017
Cambridge – Imperial War Museum – 2nd November 2017
London – Etc. venues St Paul’s – 8th November 2017
Starting in October, Cadline’s FREE Autodesk conferences are being held in Manchester, Cambridge and London and will focus on delivering the latest design workflow techniques to support BIM level 2 project delivery. Delegates will explore how to get the best from design, data management and collaboration technologies that many already have on their desktops but have yet to implement fully on live projects.
BIM Managers and stakeholders will want to attend the BIM Leadership Breakfast Meeting where Cadline will explain the requirements placed on organisations participating in BIM projects at each level of the construction supply chain and preview their paths to achieving BIM Level 2 certification.
In the Building track - Integration of complementary technologies such as visualisation, sustainability calculation tools, delivering the “I” in BIM with COBIE in Revit and the adoption of a compliant data management environment to deliver the Common Data Environment.
In the Infrastructure track – delivering an integrated 3D workflow from concept through to detailed design documentation. Cadline will be using the next generation of modelling technology, including Autodesk InfraWorks and the OS Model builder, to demonstrate how a model centric approach can enhance the design cycle and drive down costs.
In the Construction track – Collaborative, cloud based technology is changing the way Cadline deliver construction projects through design and onto the site. Cadline will show how Autodesk’s BIM 360 suite of products significantly improves construction phase communication and reduces errors and rework.
Each Masterclass will be supported by a package of technical documentation and videos that delegates can download and utilise back in the workplace ensuring they get the very best from their technology in a project environment.
To find out more or Register please go to http://www.cadline.co.uk/Events/AutodeskUserConference2017
--Cadline 10:00, 06 Oct 2017 (BST)
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