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Speak, BIM: Connected Construction Classes at AU

Stephanie Wells
November 3, 2017

BIM is changing how we build, how we communicate, and how we evaluate what we’ve built. Check out these hidden gems of AU 2017—sessions that can help you create more connected construction sites and more efficient, collaborative teams.

The Digital Future of Design to Shop to Field by DEWALT

Learn how DEWALT is automating not only construction, but also design and every step in between to create fully connected job sites. Better workflows, better project intelligence, and better, more efficient outcomes—sound good? We thought so.


BIM Plan to Execute—Adding Tunnel/Road Capacity to Existing Thimble Shoal Tunnel

A 2-lane tunnel that connects to an existing highway and tunnel, but can’t disturb traffic during construction? That was the challenge with the Thimble Shoal Channel in Virginia. Learn how the team overcame these challenges in style using a combination of Civil 3D, Revit, and Navisworks, just for starters.


Make the Strategic Shift Toward Connected BIM with the Latest Autodesk Technologies

From preconception through detailed design, planning, and fabrication, hear firsthand from industry leaders how they’re deploying BIM in construction. They’ll put particular focus on how BIM supports collaboration among stakeholders. And because it’s a roundtable, you can make your voice heard, too!


Revizto—Reducing RFI by 50% with Better Virtual Construction

Cool new technology or a serious boost to ROI? Sometimes it can be hard to tell. Take a deep dive into how a leading company integrated Revizto into a complex workflow to improve project coordination, collaboration, and virtual construction. Get the nitty-gritty details from teams making more possible with BIM.


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Stephanie Wells

Social Media and Program Manager for Autodesk University.