(Denver) – SHP Leading Design, Denver, a recognized national leader in Integrated Design, construction and facilities management, and Building Information Modeling (BIM), will be conducting a lecture series for Colorado State University on the use of a BIM process for integrated design, construction and facilities operation cycles.
The lecture series will focus on the current and future software trends in the architectural and construction industries and teach students how to leverage that understanding as they move into practice.
The goal for SHP Leading Design is to train students on the principles and skills necessary to construct models with the database driven parametrics. Additionally, he training will teach specific skills associated with:
- Accessing data in support of estimating and/or cost verification tasks
- Building systems access and the study for purpose of developing construction, coordination and sequencing studies
- Spatial visualization
- Integration, extraction, and placement of Revit and other data sources inside a Navisworks environment
- Construction of scope of work applications for use in areas including owner’s meetings, design team meetings, and construction team meetings
“We are honored to be providing our expertise to students who will be entering our industry and to be able to do it at such a fine institution like Colorado State University is a great opportunity to become more involved in the local community,” commented Rob Stieg, principal at SHP Leading Design.