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Sunday, October 25, 2009

There's a first time for everything

Personally, I've never come across a press release from an engineering firm about their acquisition and training of Revit. The one word that pops out at me is in the very first line, "invested". Mark this day where finally a firm comes out and acknowledges that purchasing Revit and paying for training is an investment in their firm, their people and their future. Now, I've invested a few moments of my time to congratulate them and hope that every firm out their right now reading this, makes their own press release about Revit. Use this as a strategic marketing method of getting developers to know they need to work with Revit firms only.

repost: http://www.usgnn.com/newsCurtainwall20091022.htm

Curtainwall Engineering Expert Implements BIM
October 22, 2009

Stow, Ohio-based Wheaton & Sprague Engineering Inc. has invested into software and training to incorporate AutoCad 3D and Revit Architecture into its practice.

"Our implementation of both of these strategic practices is a statement of our commitment to our building envelope expertise, and our desire to further our expertise for the benefit of our clients," says John L. Wheaton, P.E., LEED AP, president of Wheaton & Sprague Engineering Inc. "We believe that execution of both of these services will continue to improve our position us as a full-service building envelope firm, and will benefit both our building envelope consulting and our building envelope engineering clientele."

According to a company announcement, building information modeling (BIM) software facilitates a new way of working collaboratively between the architect, engineer and individual trades to create a model with consistent, reliable, design information, enabling faster decision-making and coordination, better documentation and the ability to evaluate sustainable building and infrastructure design alternatives using analysis to predict performance before breaking ground.

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Curtainwall Engineering Expert Implements BIM


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