Event features technical masterclasses for deep dive into Building design and Infrastructure design practices
Starting in June, Cadline will host its annual Autodesk Building and Infrastructure User Conferences in Edinburgh, London and Manchester. The free one-day events will focus on delivering the latest design workflow techniques to support BIM Level 2 project delivery. Cadline says 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 are being invited to attend the BIM Leadership Breakfast Meeting to gain a real understanding of the steps a business needs to take to develop a BIM capable environment.
Autodesk users are also invited to attend a series of free technical masterclasses that are structured to take a deep dive into specific Building design and Infrastructure design practices.
The Building track will focus on the 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.
The Infrastructure track will concentrate on content creation in AutoCAD Civil 3D, getting the most from point cloud data, improving highway design project outcomes and sharing civil models.
Each Masterclass will be supported by a package of technical documentation, videos and tips and tricks that delegates can download and utilise back in the workplace ensuring they get the very best from their technology in a project environment.
Cadline’s Autodesk Building and Infrastructure User Conferences will take place in Edinburgh (Sheraton Grand) on 23rd June 2016; London (Etc. venues St Paul’s) on 29th June 2016 and Manchester (Radisson Blu) on 5th July 2016.
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