ASSA ABLOY UK Specification is hosting a new, RIBA-accredited CPD seminar on creating standards-based BIM Door Objects.
Enhancing the Efficiency of BIM Door Object Development can now be booked and contributes towards the Design, Construction and Technology core curriculum.
The aims are to assist architects fathom the requirements and web-based resources available on the market for creating pre-built standards-based BIM Door Objects, to substantially better the specification and scheduling process.
Eric Spooner, ASSA ABLOY BIM Manager, talked about his experience in BIM and how it is changing the building landscape.
“After working solely on BIM Door Objects for almost five years in the Americas, I’ve seen the majority of challenges faced by BIM practitioners in both architect and contractor practices,” he said.
“With this CPD, ASSA ABLOY UK Specification aims to help architects and specifiers understand how to enhance the efficiency of their BIM Object development via a number of web-based solutions.
“One such solution is Openings Studio, a Revit plugin and cloud-based scheduling software for doors and ironmongery that streamlines the specification process, as well as reduces costs throughout the project lifecycle.”
Tel: +44 (0)845 071 0882
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