Announcing the New BIM Workshops, hosted by U.S. CAD

U.S. CAD is pleased to announce a new format for our popular conference series, the BIM Workshops. We’ve gathered a lot of feedback during the last few years about how we can improve the events. That’s why we’ve decided to make a big change to the BIM Workshops in 2017. Starting February 2017, the BIM Workshops will no longer be a single-day user conference. Instead, the Workshops will transition into a series of smaller monthly events focused specifically on improving a software user’s technical knowledge.

The first series introduced as part of the new BIM Workshops is the BIM Workshops Crash Courses, hosted by U.S. CAD.

BIM Workshops Crash Course, hosted by U.S. CAD

The BIM Workshops Crash Courses are free monthly, half-day overviews of key BIM solutions, such as Revit Architecture, Revit MEP, Civil 3D, and drones. This series is designed for the BIM professional who wants a general intro to features, functions, and workflows. So, you shouldn’t expect to become a Revit expert after attending a Crash Course. But you should walk away with a better idea of the technology’s capabilities and how to get started with it. Most importantly, during the Crash Courses, you’ll also learn from a live Technical Expert instructor who can answer questions and recommend resources.

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The BIM Workshops Crash Courses roll out to our customers in Arizona and Nevada in February 2017. Please check either the U.S. CAD events page or for Crash Course dates and descriptions.

U.S. CAD is excited about this new change to one of our most popular event series. Let us know your thoughts in the comments, and don’t forget to check the U.S. CAD blog for more updates or subscribe to our newsletter!


U.S. CAD hosts many events throughout the year. View our event listing to find one in your area or online!

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