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2019 October | Plumbing Revit MEP: Drop and Go—Let the Information Flow | 505 BIM User's Group

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2019 October | Plumbing Revit MEP: Drop and Go—Let the Information Flow  | 505 BIM User's Group

Time: October 10, 2019 from 11:30am to 1pm
Location: CNM Community College, Advanced Technology Center, room 132
Street: 4700 Alameda Blvd. NE
City/Town: Albuquerque, NM 87113
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: 505.224.4000 ext 50009
Event Type: revit, mep, plumbing, code
Organized By: Bruce Gunderson
Latest Activity: Oct 10, 2019

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Event Description

Hello 505 BIMer’s!

Please join us for our,

505 BIM User’s Group October 2019 Monthly Meeting

Thursday October 10th at 11:30 at CNM's Advanced Technology Center room 132. (THIS IS A NEW CLASSROOM!)

(Please park on south side of building off of Jefferson.  Enter West building near lobby, room 108 at end of hall. Remember to pick up parking pass so you are not towed or ticketed.)

This month’s feature presentation is:

Plumbing Revit MEP: Drop and Go—Let the Information Flow

This month B&P will be presenting their Autodesk University topics. Though the presentation is geared to Revit MEP, Architects and General Contractors will also learn a great deal. I highly encourage all to attend.

Attendees will see how they can use out-of-the box Revit MEP categories, connectors, and plumbing families to provide “What Revit Wants” to “Let the Information Flow” through plumbing systems to schedules. This session will include a demonstration of improved plumbing Revit MEP design workflows that use software features to automate information flow. We’ll discuss lessons learned during content development, and we’ll review processes. And we’ll demonstrate strategies for addressing International Plumbing Code (IPC) and Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) to build a foundation for calculation and design of plumbing fixture demands.

Presenters:

  • Setah Burford, Plumbing Designer, CPD, GPD
    • Setah Burford is a Plumbing Designer with 13 years of CAD / Revit / BIM experience at Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers.  He has designed Plumbing systems for government, medical, laboratory, K-12, university, fire station, dormitory, parking structure, zoo and brewery facilities.  He is the B&P BIM Committee member responsible for Plumbing Content, Process and Training integration.  Setah’s professional certifications and affiliations include: Certified Plumbing Designer (CPD), Certified Green Plumbing Designer (GPD), American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) membership and Autodesk Professional Certifications for AutoCAD (2013), Revit Architecture (2015) and Revit MEP Mechanical (2015 and 2017).
  • Ron Balmer, BIM Manager, LEED AP, Revit Certified Professional
    • Ron Balmer has twenty six years of combined experience in MEP, Education, Architecture, Facilities Management and Industrial Engineering.  He has been an AutoCAD user since version 11, and a Revit user since 2009. His career began in drafting and design, then progressed through engineering and project management to BIM Management.  He is an Autodesk Certified Professional for AutoCAD, Revit Architecture and Revit MEP Mechanical and combines his software expertise with his training in Industrial Engineering and Lean Manufacturing to develop content and processes that are efficient and practical.  As a BIM Manager, he focuses on managing BIM Coordinators in regard to project setup, model management and Revit support while leading and directing all corporate BIM activities.  Being a long time AU attendee, he felt it was time to get in front of the audience and provide some insight into lessons he has learned as an AEC BIM professional.


Hope to see you all there and remember to RSVP!

As always Lunch will be provided!

Also please forward this email to others you think would love to learn about BIM!

See you all there!

Thanks,

Bruce Gunderson

505 BIM User’s Group President

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