CAMEE sponsors activities for ASHRAE Summer Meeting in June
The Council of American Mechanical/Electrical Engineers, a coalition of members within the American Council of Engineering Companies, is planning several events in conjunction with the ASHRAE Summer Meeting in June in Salt Lake City.
The Council of American Mechanical/Electrical Engineers , a coalition of members within the American Council of Engineering Companies , is planning several events in conjunction with the ASHRAE Summer Meeting,
ACEC/CAMEE will conduct an educational course on building information modeling (BIM) for MEP engineers on June 20.
The one-day educational course will present industry innovators who are pioneering BIM project planning and integrated project delivery in the marketplace. The course will examine the concept of BIM and demonstrate how it is being put into practice by the collaborative professional teams. Discussion will cover state-of-the-art BIM software levels and features, useful contract models, benefits, and more.
In addition, CAMEE has two sessions on ASHRAE Technical Program for Salt Lake City. The first will be an ASHRAE Forum to discuss business and risk management issues facing MEP engineers, and the other session will be an ASHRAE Seminar entitled “Do M/Es Need to Worry About Risk Management.”
To register for the BIM course, click here .
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