Speakers Announced for USIBD’s 2018 Symposium, in conjunction with BIMForum

September 24 – 24 2018
The Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, NV

Tustin, CA, August 09, 2018: The U.S. Institute of Building Documentation is pleased to announce the initial presentations for USIBD’s sessions at the combined Symposium/BIMForum in September.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Afternoon Sessions:

“Building Documentation in Use: Measuring the impact of BIM as an FM solution”
– George Broadbent, Autodesk
“Engaging your team: promoting a productive workforce in an unproductive industry”
– Connor Butler, Relevate
“Millennials are here! And they want more from their building documentation”
– John Cribbs, Wentworth Institute of Technology
“Documentation that Lasts: Intent Driven BIM Execution Planning“
– Jesse Huyn, VIATechnik
“Reading between the lines of USIBD’s Cornerstone Reports – what 5 years of trends are telling us”
– Josh deStefano*, DPR Construction & Kelly Cone*, Clearedge3D

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Morning Sessions:

“Looking forward in USIBD“
– John M. Russo, AIA*, President, USIBD
“COBie Certification Coming Soon via USIBD”
– William East*, Prairie Sky Consulting
“New Imagery Specification”
– Ken VanBree*, Owner, e-Builts
“The magical combination of LOA and LOD”
– Clive Jordan*, CEO, LOD Planners

* USIBD members

Registration is now open! https://www.eiseverywhere.com/ereg/index.php?eventid=332041&discountcode=USIBDLV

USIBD’s member early bird rate is good through September 2nd, $150 .00 off the full registration price.

As an organization with members all across North America as well as internationally, the SYMPOSIUM provides a forum to learn from the specialists and network with other professionals within the industry. The USIBD SYMPOSIUM fits the definition to a tee!

@usibd, #usibdsymposium, #bldgdocs, #loalod, #levelofaccuracy, #realitycapture, #builtenvironment, #bim #realitycapture


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