Bradley BIM | 2012 Convention Schedule for Design-Construction-Facility Management

National BIM Conference 2012 | Washington DC

The Bradley Architectural\BIM Team is attending seven (7) 2012 conferences this year that focus on the leading trends & processes for facility design, construction and facility management. They include;

We’ve found these events to be a great investment of our resources by obtaining booth space and networking with attendees in the educational classes & presentations.

Save the Dates. Plan to Attend. Watch for Future  Booth Number Postings

2012 Federal Sector Conference

8/23/2012 | DBIA Federal Sector Conference – Arlington VA

NACS | National Association of Convenient Stores | 2012

10/10/2102 | National Association of Convenience Stores – Las Vegas NV

ASPE Convention & Expo 2012

10/29/2012 | ASPE Convention & Expo – Charlotte NC

Design Build Conference & Expo 2012

11/7-9/2012 | Design – Build National Convention & Expo – New Orleans LA

11/16/2012 | GreenBuild International Conference\Expo – San Francisco CA

ecobuild america conference

12/3-7/2012 | Eco Build America \ National BIM Convention – Washington DC

About Daniel Hughes

Daniel Hughes is an Expert Revit-BIM Consultant and Author of BradleyBIM.com Here's a short list of his industry credentials: * Classroom & Onsite Revit Training to more than 700 professionals since 2002. * Senior Revit Technical Project Manager on more than $5 Billion of Client Projects * Senior Revit Implementation Manager to more than 130 national design, engineering and construction firms since 2002. * Expert Onsite-Online Revit Trainer-Implementation Consultant * Master Family Modeler * National Educational Author, Speaker & Blogger * Corporate owner for 15 years; serving national & international clients.
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