Did you Miss our Webinar on the BIM Software Analysis Report?

July 3, 2016
This second Construction Technology Initiative Research Report by JBKLabs evaluates BIM Software.

JBKnowledge’s latest research report in the MCAA Construction Technology Research Series – BIM Software Analysis – was featured in a webinar on June 23.

Josh Bone, the report’s principal author, led the webinar and offered insights into the study findings, explained the differences in the software tested and answered questions about BIM and virtual design and construction processes and systems.

If you missed this chance to learn more about the software available for these technologies and how they can help improve your business operations and projects, and you’re an MCAA or MSCA member, you can listen to the archived webinar as a benefit of membership.

You can listen to the webinar here and download the BIM Software Analysis Report here in our Resource Center. Questions about the study? Contact Sean McGuire.

Great way to kick off the @TrimbleMEP Base camp. Lynn Allen starting off the program talking about constructability.

Good @VICE article sent to me from @NickAEsp about how Generation Z is choosing Trade Schools instead of college. Easy argument to make - a @UAPipeTrades apprentice gets free tuition and paid to train on the job instead of an avg. $40,000 debt for college.

Generation Z Is Choosing Trade School over College

With the job market in flux, younger Americans are trying to avoid an education that comes with a massive amount of debt.


Learn how CCI Mechanical gained a 50% time savings in system design creation using Bluebeam Revu. https://t.co/blyCdymhUj

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