Path to Certainty: A Bim Chronology

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4Site Press, Feb 1, 2008 - 44 pages
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"Path to Certainty," describes an architect's path from tradition to a more efficient and sustainable future. Understand the milestones and critical issues that led to the award winning book, "BIG BIM little bim" and learn how to leverage your resources, compete in a time of uncertainty, and become more efficient and productive in the world of tomorrow.
 

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Finith Jernigan, is an internationally recognized architect, educator, author and publisher who was born in Texas, raised in England, Colorado and Germany and now resides in Maryland. An expert in integrated practice using BIM technology and business practices, he has received unprecedented press recognition for teaching professionals how to use BIM tools, including Google Earth(r), in new ways that help save money...and help make money. His award winning book, "BIG BIM little bim - The Practical Approach to Building Information Modeling - Integrated Practice Done the Right Way!" is recognized as a clearly written and highly beneficial guide to making money from easy-to-use BIM software and the dramatic business processes improvements BIM allows. Jernigan is president of Design Atlantic Ltd, one of the first firms to use BIM for integrated architecture, planning and management. He uses proven systems and technology in new ways to help architects, engineers, contractors, owners, and other building industry professionals move toward a more sustainable and integrated world. He teaches how to adopt and use a more integrated mode of practice that streamlines processes, improves project visualization, and achieves superior results during design, construction and beyond.

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