Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Event: BIM in Modular and Prefab Construction

As the president of the New York City Revit Users Group (nyc-rug.com), I organize monthly meetings around various BIM-related topics. The January 2012 meeting featured guest speaker Ian Atkins who shared some of his real-world experience in applying BIM to modular and prefabricated construction.
UPDATE:
Unfortunately, Kullman has requested we remove the recording of Ian's presentation and we have complied. Please stay connected with the NYC RUG for upcoming meetings and feel free to browse previously recorded meetings at http://vimeo.com/groups/revitusers.

6 comments:

  1. Prefab materials are easier to construct. It depends on the intended assembly.

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  2. It's good to know that there are certain companies and organizations that use prefabricated material in constructing several building. Prefabricated constructions are usually Eco-friendly construction. In line with this, various electrical equipment are also being used to make the construction easier and organized.


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  3. Modular construction have several advantages. Choose the appropriate one for your needs.

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  4. This mode of construction has several advantages. It makes assembly of home office furniture even easier.

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  5. In this kind of construction, it is also imperative to install proper and excellent wiring system. You can always depend on electrician Garden City to do your emergency wiring needs.

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  6. I can't wait till they start their construction. Thank you very much.
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