Autodesk University Las Vegas 2015

Autodesk University Las Vegas — the world’s largest gathering of Autodesk software users — will host more than 10,000 design, engineering and manufacturing professionals from December 1 through 3 to uncover trends, explore the latest technologies, network with each other and find inspiration. Five CannonDesigners with extensive and varied BIM (building information modeling) expertise will be presenting in three different conference sessions, including:

  • Learning to Fly as You Jump Off the BIM Cliff
    Melissa Gorman, Courtney Howard and Scott Laoboonmi will examine best practices and insights into our healthcare group’s experience shifting from AutoCAD software to Autodesk’s Revit software, using large hospital projects as case studies and examining the use of BIM as a critical workflow.
  • Advancing From BIM Management to Digital Practice
    Nicholas Cameron, Courtney Howard and Brian Skripac will give an inside look at how we have enabled a diverse group of BIM leaders from across the country to reinvent BIM processes and evolve our firm into a holistic digital practice, improving project outcomes and exceeding client expectations through richer, more strategic use of technology.
  • So We Have a BIM Project Delivery Standard…Now What?
    Brian Skripac and Joe Porostosky, ‎director of facilities information and technology services at The Ohio State University, will present on how organizations can ensure the success of new workflows after incorporating BIM into their facilities management strategies by focusing on the “people aspect” of the BIM project delivery standard.

As an early adopter of BIM technology, we are excited to share our insight and knowledge with fellow conference attendees, and learn more about how other organizations are using Revit and other Autodesk software to drive innovation and results.

Learn more about the conference on Autodesk’s website >

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