Keeping You Updated With Our
Industry News Roundup: July 26July 26, 2013
This week’s news resources:
The Washington Blvd. Bridge recently celebrated its 100th birthday! It's downtown Chicago's oldest movable bridge. Read about it on Modern Steel Construction.
BIM is being used in more than just the building process, but also to support ongoing facility management. "The health system first turned to BIM to solve common issues that creep up on any capital improvement project, such as questionable communication between team members, difficult visualization of end results, and false user expectations." Read the article on Healthcare Design Magazine.
Birmingham City University's campus just got a major new addition, and it was constructed using BIM! The building will also be employing BIM in its facilities management. Read more on SurveyEquipment.com.
In case you missed our latest blog post:
New Tech Tip: Project Transfer — SDS/2 version 7.3 has made it much easier to transfer projects with an easy to use interface from the Main Menu. Project Transfer will zip and unzip all the necessary files for transferring a project to another office or location.
Coming up at Design Data:
Registration is now open for the 2013 SDS/2 Users Group Conference on Sept. 18-20! The conference will be held in Omaha for the first time this year, and the earlybird rate is available until August 2.
Our next New/2 v7.3 Support Webinar, "Using Member and Material Isolate, and Cutting Section Views" is scheduled for August 20. Register now!