buildingSMART alliance National BIM Conference

National BIM Conference

MAY 20-22, 2008

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

W10 Introduction to BIM:People, Processes and Tools
Alan Edgar (PDF 4.1 MB)
W11 BIMStorm™ Los Angeles and Beyond
Kimon Onuma (PDF 13.2 MB)
W20 BIM Implementation Strategies: Changes in Your Office
Dennis Shelden
W21 buildingSMART alliance: Projects in Progress
Deke Smith (PPT 9.2 MB)

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

S100 Overview of the National BIM Standard
Alan Edgar (PDF 338 KB)
S101 Collaboration, Communication and Sustainability in Design BIM and other Enableers of Process Change
Dianne Davis (PPT 91 KB)
S200 NBIMS: Life Cycle Principles
Vladimer Bazjanac (PDF 707 KB)
S201 Second Generation BIM:Emerging Scenerios and Values
Dennis Sheldon (PPT 91.5 KB)
S202 SMARTcodes: Automating Code Compliance
Richard See (PPT 91 KB)
S300 NBIMS: Project Methodologies
Dianne Davis (PPT 91 KB), Roger Grant (PPT 91 KB), Kimon Onuma (PDF 4 MB) and Richard See (PPT 91 KB)
S301 BIM and Supply Chain Integration: Models, Specs, QTO, Estimating and Procurement
Jerry Laiserin (PPT 942 KB) and William J. O'Brian (PPT 3.7 MB) and Scott Bloss (PPT 5.3 MB)
S302 BIM and the Evolution of Specifications
Kerin Dodd-Hansen (PPT 91 KB)

Thursday, May 22, 2008

S400 NBIMS: Future Considerations
Tammy McCuen (PDF 3.1 MB)
S401 Applying BIM to Sustainable, Modular and Modern Design
Malcolm Davies (PPT 91 KB)
S410 Developing the High Performance Building Standard
Deke Smith Presentation A (PPT 3.2 MB) and John Goins Presentation B (PDF 2.1 MB)
S500 BIM Best Practices: Case Studies, Expert Advice
Michael Tardif (PPT 91 KB), Kurt Maldovan (PDF 5.9 MB), Frank J. Peters (PDF 2.6 MB) and John Mack (PDF 1.5 MB)
S501 Using BIM in Project Management and Cost Control
Stewart Carroll (PPT 91 KB)
Keynote Digital Cities: The Future of BIM and Sustainable Design at a Community and City Scale
Doug Eberhard (PPT 91 KB)
S600 BIM for Energy Modeling, Lifecycle Energy Usage and Cost Analysis
Christopher Rippingham (PPT 91 KB) moderated by Andy Fuhrman
S601 BIM for Life-Cycle Planning and Design
Kimon Onuma (PDF 6.5 MB)

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