2015 Central States BIM Workshop concludes successfully
Newport Beach, California, August 27, 2015 – The Central States BIM Workshop, a two-day user conference, successfully concluded its fourth year in Omaha, NE. Hosted by U.S. CAD, a BIM consultant and Autodesk Platinum Partner, the event had more than 120 attendees from over 50 companies joining industry-leading speakers and experts on August 6th and 7th for 38 different sessions covering BIM, Architecture, Structural Engineering, Construction, and more.
“The BIM Workshops was first started in Omaha, NE and we’re always happy to bring this training and networking event back to this enthusiastic group of users,” states Carla Edwards, Senior Technical Specialist for U.S. CAD, and part of the management team behind the BIM Workshops. “For many users, the BIM Workshops is a cost-effective way of gaining high-level training with nationally-recognized speakers, which provides them an opportunity to learn how to be more productive in the software they use most and bring that learning back to their organization.”
The 2015 Central States BIM Workshop included technical presentations and hands-on training labs. The event kicked off with a special keynote from Charles Mies, who is part of the Ecosystem Business Development Team at Autodesk, Inc., and was emceed by Lynn Allen, Autodesk Technical Evangelist.
“Thanks to our event sponsors, speakers, and staff, this year’s event was very successful and highlighted our commitment to the education and professional development of our clients, users, and partners,” states Daniel J. Counts, CEO of U.S. CAD.
The BIM Workshops are a series of events located in various U.S. regions. Each event features a dedicated Exhibit Area showcasing complementary BIM and CAD solutions. For upcoming events in your area or to learn more about the event, visit http://www.bim-workshops.com.
About the BIM Workshops
The BIM Workshops events started with the Central States Revit Workshop in 2012. The continued success of the Central States Revit Workshop along with the technical community’s positive feedback prompted a multi-event expansion and a re-branding to the name BIM Workshops. The Workshops were created originally to connect local users with national, regional, and local industry speakers and leaders. For many users, the Workshops continue to be the most cost-effective opportunity to get training in Autodesk software and to learn from and network with their industry leaders and peers. For more information, please visit www.bim-workshops.com.
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