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AUGI members worldwide write articles, papers, tutorials all the time. Here we host that material on our site in a manner that allows readers to find what they are interested in. We have sections in a number of areas, some related to products and others management and organizational issues.

Building Information Modeling Articles

  • BIM is a Tool

    by Damon Socha,Jennifer Lanzett

    July 5th, 2012

    Seasoned construction and BIM specialists outline the pitfalls of substituting BIM for good ol' fashioned communication in project management.
  • AUGI Home Page Poll: First Version of Revit

    by Wanderer

    May 3rd, 2012

    We asked our Reviteers what release they used first and found that any given Revit user you meet on our site has about six years of experience with this particular tool. Of course, 22% of AUGI’s Revit users have even more familiarity with it. That is a whole lot of BIMming going on.
  • BUILT: Wicked Solutions

    by James Salmo

    April 16th, 2012

    Wicked problems call for Wicked Solutions. But it's a process. Here, James Salmon helps you get started.
  • The Domino Effect

    by Walt Sparlin

    February 6th, 2012

    When times get tough and budgets are cut, one of the first things to go is training. Unfortunately, this is one of the key factors creating the domino effect.
  • BUILT: Wicked Problems in Construction

    by James Salmo

    February 2nd, 2012

    Wicked problems encountered by stakeholders operating in a BUILT environment
  • An Easy Hand-Off from Engineering to the BIM Group

    by William Campbel

    November 16th, 2011

    Tips, pointers, and a procedure for delegating correct tasks to the correct people.
  • How to “BIM-enable IPD”

    by Laura Handle

    March 15th, 2009

    Most recently, I finished working on the first IPD project on the east coast (how’s that for a superlative), Autodesk ’s AEC Head- quarters in Waltham, MA. Tocci was awarded the project with KlingStubbins in May of 2008 and obtained the Certificate of Occupancy on January 15, 2009.
  • A TRAINER’S PERSPECTIVE: Key Requirements for a Successful BIM Implementation

    by Cyril Verley

    March 15th, 2009

    Moving to BIM is a “business decision”. It’s less about a simple “CAD upgrade” and more about a deliberate business decision made by owners who know that BIM will impact their firm at all levels. Once the owners have made this decision, the first aspect of this venture is for the owners to support their staff.

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