Monthly Archives: August 2012

Technological exuberance, or is it optimism or just sales talk?

I should be working on a bid, but because I was still reverberating from yesterday’s post I let myself be distracted by a link someone sent me to this article: ‘ BIM’s future up in the cloud The AEC industry is on … Continue reading

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Technology, Construction, Purchasing, Modeling

The Northwestern University Symposium on Technology for Design and Construction  (http://www.techforconstruction.com/) was 3 days well spent with a variety of speakers, and interesting people to meet with.  Most attendees are from the software side, the design side, or the construction side, not … Continue reading

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Technology, Construction, Interoperability

Today, tomorrow, and the next day I am attending the Northwestern University Symposium on Technology for Design and Construction. (http://www.techforconstruction.com). This i s a combination of exciting gee-whiz stuff, cheerleading, and slightly veiled sales pitches. What stood out for me in Day … Continue reading

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