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Jerry Marselle

IT21064: Small Firms in the Big BIM World

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover the importance of information in the BIM process
  • Discover the time and money involved in migrating to Revit
  • Learn how to work in the larger collaborative world, not just in your drawings
  • Learn how to provide larger firms with the high-quality models they need, while still being profitable

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Description

Description

We've heard all about the successes that companies have had jumping into Building Information Modeling (BIM) using Revit software. But more often than not, these experiences come from the big players—large companies with hundreds of employees and multiple offices worldwide. But what about the little guy? Firms of 15 to 20 people, or even fewer. Can Revit software benefit them? We will dive into the special challenges that are faced by smaller firms wanting to take the leap to Revit software, and we’ll look at how living in the BIM world can help them to not just play, but also thrive, alongside the larger companies. This session features Revit. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Anyone working in a small size A/E/C firm that is making the transition from CAD to BIM for the their production.

Speakers

Speakers

Jerry Marselle

Jerry Marselle has been with SMBH since 1997. He started at SMBH while still in high school, and he has held multiple responsibilities over the years, such as drafter and CAD manager. Marselle is currently the director of technology. He has unique expertise in Revit software, Building Information Modeling (BIM) model creation and management, development and implementation of BIM standards and processes, and the creation and maintenance of custom/reusable Revit software content. His leadership role also includes training, supervision, and technical support for SMBH’s Revit operations, as well as being responsible for all technology aspects of the firm. Marselle has devoted much time to cross-firm collaboration and working with clients to refine the BIM process. He has participated in and led several roundtable discussions, as well as developed multiple presentations on Revit software and BIM that have been presented to multiple architectural firms, professional organizations, owners, and large conference audiences.

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Published

  • 2016
  • IT21064
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit

Industries

  • Buildings
  • Architecture Services
  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT
  • Architecture