The Building Information Modeling (BIM) Education Program is designed to educate construction professionals at all experience levels in BIM concepts and processes. The program prepares construction industry professionals at all levels to take advantage of the benefits of BIM.
After participants complete all four courses in the program, they become eligible to sit for an exam to earn the Certificate of Management – Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM).
These four courses, listed below, build on each other to combine the latest information on BIM processes and technologies, step-by-step procedures for integrating BIM into the project delivery process, real-life case studies of successful BIM implementation, and the practical issues all parties need to understand when using BIM on a construction project.
- Unit 1 – An Introduction to Building Information Modeling (3rd Edition)
- Unit 2 – BIM Technology
- Unit 3 – BIM Project Execution Planning
- Unit 4 – BIM Adoption, Implementation, and ROI
Meet your program instructor:
Corey Bell | BuildingPoint Mid-America (BPMA) Chief Executive Officer
Corey is responsible for managing the overall business operations of BuildingPoint, as well as scoping appropriate software and hardware solutions for clients. Prior to joining BPMA, Corey has served as a Director of Preconstruction and as a BIM Manager. He has over 20 years of experience in construction ranging from working in the field as a carpenter and superintendent as well as roles in the office as a project manager and estimator for large general contracting firms.
COST: $1450 for Members | $2000 for Nonmembers (Includes all course participant material)
WHEN: Jan. 23-26, 2023 | 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
WHERE: The Builders, 720 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO 64106
TO REGISTER: Sign in and select "Register Myself," choose the appropriate "Registration Option," then click "Proceed to Checkout" and "Submit Order."
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