You know what time its is? Its time to quit procrastinating!
ABSTRACTS for RTC ASIA 2017 are DUE WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31st!!!!
No more time to waste!
If you have an idea for a class, SUBMIT IT!!
If you have some cool modelling tips and tricks in ANY PLATFORM that you would like to share, SUBMIT IT!!
If you are doing something interesting with BIM and Technology and want to present it to a global audience, SUBMIT IT!!
SPEAKING ABOUT REVIT IS NOT REQUIRED!
We are looking for speakers to talk about BIM in Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Infrastructure, Management, and Implementation. We welcome discussions related to all platforms, building types, disciplines and workflows.
Do you know about RTC? Next September, an epic BIM event is being planned to gather Revit heads & BIM-Geeks in Singapore for 3 days of focused training. 75 classes taught by global Reviteers from all disciplines. If you live, breathe, eat and sleep BIM, this is the place for you....more info to come.
If you have been in this business for as long as I have, that statement sounds less like business reality and more like an admission of laziness and avoidance of a changing marketplace.
Occasionally, I am lucky enough to find artifacts which backup my (pointed) opinion. This weekend at a thrift store I found a stack of old issues of National Geographic. This one from June 1989 caught my eye...
Who wouldn't want to walk down memory lane and see the hot & sexy computer graphics of yester-year! I got an eyeful.
"Intergraph now sells workstations with graphics software packages for as little as $20,000!"
"A few keystrokes and you can see the building structure glowing through transparent walls..."
"Designers are using these workstations to minimize tedious work, freeing up time for the creative side of design..."
Do you mean to tell me that NASA had VR goggles before the fellows who invented Oculus Rift were even born????
Have some Autodesk Software: "After the customers wishes have all been satisfied, the computer will generate blueprints and calculate costs"
This troublemaker is a licensed American architect who currently lives in Singapore.
He has spent the duration of his career working on BIG Buildings with an emphasis on sports and convention facilities.
He has used BIM for design, documentation, coordination and construction.
His goal in life is to make a western salary while living on the beach in South-East Asia, screwing around on the computer all day........ ...everybody has to have a dream!