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Building information modeling (BIM) is a data-led process that allows project teams to manage information from the design stage and throughout the construction lifecycle. Get the skills you need to become an integral part of a design team as a BIM Coordinator.
Apply an understanding of BIM principles to projects.
Understand the role current software like Revit and Navisworks play in the process.
Practice using cutting edge technology in your workflow.
Discover how BIM (building information modeling) can deliver business benefits to AEC professionals designing houses or reimagining the infrastructure of entire cities.
1h 18m • COURSE
BIM Management: Careers with Brian Myers
Prepare yourself for a career in the fast-growing field of building information modeling (BIM).
2h 8m • COURSE
Creating a BIM Execution Plan with Brian Myers
Explore the essential content you'll need in a BIM Execution Plan (BEP), and review the process of developing your own BEP.
1h 6m • COURSE
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standards with Eric Wing
Discover what actually goes into a successful CAD standards implementation, and why these standards are important to your firm.
55m 33s • COURSE
BIM Manager: Managing BIM 360 with Eric Wing
Explore the features of BIM 360. Learn how to create projects, add users, put users in A360 teams, use A350 Drive, install 360 for Revit (C4R), create a shared 360 model, and more.
36m 29s • COURSE
BIM Manager: Managing Revit with Eric Wing
Gain insight on how building information modeling (BIM) managers use Revit, and how you can align this software with your company's standards and workflow.
2h 41m • COURSE
You'll learn BIM skills with these experts
Fanny Angeles is a consultant who specializes in BIM management and training on BIM and Revit.
Fanny makes it her mission to be balanced in her specialty—ensuring her knowledge of BIM goes beyond theory—by engaging in real-word cases on the field to stay well-informed. This focus naturally led to becoming a principal partner at SXD Group USA, a company with the objective to make BIM practices, technologies, and tools accessible to the core users, including architects, owners, engineers, and contractors. The rise of BIM usage in France led to the need for many companies to learn BIM and Revit in a very short time. As a BIM consultant, she has supported projects in France and abroad. Overseas, she manages teams and coordinates programs to help companies achieve their BIM goals.
Brian Myers's industry experience spans the architecture, engineering, and construction trades.
Brian's experience includes a variety of duties, such as project planning, staff mentoring, technology and process development, and a diverse background in the various design disciplines. He has performed BIM management on an extensive variety of project types and led BIM and VDC adoption in multiple offices and firms.
Brian also runs the largest Revit and BIM LinkedIn group, Revit Users, which is quickly growing and currently has over 150,000 members. Additionally, he enjoys public speaking, mentoring, and in-person teaching opportunities for those interested in the AEC industry.
Eric Wing is the director of BIM services at C&S Companies. He is a popular speaker at events around the country, speaking on many BIM-related topics.
Eric has authored several books, including the official Autodesk training guide for their BIM solution, Revit, called Revit for Architecture No Experience Required. He has been a leader in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry since the conception of BIM and 3D design, and is skilled in BIM coordination, training, and development of technical staff, along with daily application of these tools on multidisciplinary projects.
Eric is also currently an adjunct professor at Syracuse University, teaching BIM and advanced BIM at the School of Architecture and the School of Engineering. Eric has also taught courses at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Clarkson University.