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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

IPD vs DPI

Cindy and Randy, this one's for you.

Integrated Project Delivery. It sounds so sexy and futuristic. Come
on guys. All it means is that the architect and engineer are using
Revit, freely giving the model to the GC early in the process and
bringing in the construction team to make the building work and have
the project go smoothly.

It's about 3P not 3D. That's people, planning and process. This is
nothing new.

Since I love playing with words and have fun poking you in the I T,
what's the opposite of IPD, meaning what does an AutoCAD using
architect give you?

Well it's called DPI. It stands for Delays, Problems and Incomplete.

So, thank you reading another episode of CAD VS BIM, the game where
one side wins every single time.

1 comments:

randydeutsch November 23, 2011 at 8:29 AM  

Hey Gregory,

You know I love it when blogs speak directly to me!

IPD, DPI...what about IDP? The interminable Intern Development Program (IDP) so many recent grads need to go through to get through the licensing process? I wrote more about it here http://architects2zebras.com/2011/11/21/why-didnt-you-teach-me-how-to-practice/

Thanks for your great posts - among the many things we have to be thankful for. Have a great holiday!

Randy

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