Success of the inaugural Phoenix BIM Workshop prompts event’s return to Arizona in 2016

Newport Beach, California, October 28, 2015 – The Phoenix BIM Workshop, a one-day user and technology conference, concluded on October 15th with overwhelmingly positive reactions from the first-time attendees.

Hosted by U.S. CAD, a BIM consultant and Autodesk Platinum Partner, the Workshop kicked off with the ever-popular Lynn Allen, Autodesk Technical Evangelist, as emcee and John Kizior, Corporate Director for Delivery Solutions at AECOM, as the keynote speaker. Similar to the its sister events, the Phoenix BIM Workshop speaker line-up included familiar names like Robert Bell, Steven Shell, Steve Stafford, and Paul Aubin presenting a schedule of 16 different session options. The breakout sessions encouraged interaction and discussions around strategies for effective software utilization and BIM process improvements. Attendees also benefited from unique hands-on lab sessions, offering an opportunity to practice what they learn.

“I have participated in the BIM Workshops since the very first Central States event in Omaha. I love presenting at these events and enjoy the enthusiasm of the attendees. With the top notch collection of speakers from all corners of the BIM universe, I always come away learning something new,” states Paul Aubin, popular speaker and author known for his Aubin Academy titles. “In addition to a full schedule of classes, there is a real emphasis on networking with your peers, which is a very nice complement to the classroom learning. Overall, it is hard to find a better way to spend a day or two out of the office.”

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The event concluded with the exciting announcement that the BIM Workshop will be returning to Phoenix, Arizona again in 2016. Dates and further event details will be announced soon on the BIM Workshops website at

About the BIM Workshops

The BIM Workshops events started with the Central States Revit Workshop in 2012. The continued success of the Workshop, along with the technical community’s positive feedback, prompted a multi-event expansion and a re-branding to the name BIM Workshops. Hosted by U.S. CAD, 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 upcoming events in your area or to learn more about the event, visit

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