Many feel that larger architecture, engineering, and construction firms are more capable of implementing a Building Information Modeling (BIM) solution, but the truth is, smaller firms are just as fit, if not more apt, to convert their processes and social environments to benefit the implementation of a BIM environment. The flexibility smaller firms have—and their options for additional services, opportunities, and established close relationships—give them a high probability for a successful BIM implementation.
- Hear from a smaller engineering firm who created a roadmap for its BIM environment implementation, and its experience with Revit
- Discover the benefits of creating a strategy for a BIM-environment implementation before your first Revit project
- Learn the best practices for decreasing the learning curve and accelerating a BIM environment implementation
- Discover how a firm changes when implementing a BIM environment, from both a technological and social perspective
Adrianna Schneider is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) integration specialist with Advanced Solutions, Inc. A dedicated technical expert with more than 10 years of experience using Autodesk, Inc., software, Adrianna specializes in developing and executing implementation strategies using BIM tools and the integrated project delivery process within the architecture, engineering, and construction community to improve and enhance their business practices. Adrianna has a degree in architectural engineering, with specialties in environmental and structural design from Milwaukee School of Engineering. She has several certifications and specialties, including, but not limited to, being LEED AP certified, as well as being an Autodesk Certified Instructor, an Autodesk Revit Certified Implementation Expert, and holding an Autodesk CFD Bronze Certification.