Only two weeks to go until the May 2018 BIM AK Event!
Make sure you are registered!
This months event will be focused on BIM during the design stage, with some excellent infrastructure project case studies - showing that BIM isn't just for vertical construction! Attendance is FREE, drinks and food will be provided but pre-event registration is essential. All attendees are required to register prior to the day of the event via the registration link below.
Whether you’re a BIM Manager, Architect, Engineer, Contractor, Facility Manager, Manufacturer, Project Manager or anyone else wanting to learn and share information about BIM, BIM AK events plan to have something for everyone.
Thursday 17th May, 5.30-8.00pm, Freemans Bay, Auckland
The NZ Autodesk reseller community is a small world. It, strangely, just got both smaller and bigger as the combined businesses make for a powerful sizeable all NZ owned team. I’ve been a (personal) customer of Salesoft for many years, but the CADPRO folks have always been welcoming.
In fact I was there last week for the inaugural Fusion 360 meetup. The meeting, and pizza, was great so I’ll forgive CADPRO M.D. Hans for not giving me a scoop on this huge news… : )
Management, organization, getting your ducks in a row… Whatever you want to call it, spending some time to think through the process of implementation before you take it on means no wasted steps, less frustration, and ensures a streamlined process.
In “Revit Implementation: Workflow Tricks,” Aaron Maller lets his experience do the talking when it comes to Revit implementation and standardization.
AutoCAD Architecture pro Melinda Heavrin provides a blueprint for managing CAD Standards in her article “CAD Standards Management.”
Curt Moreno discusses a common sense approach to CAD Management in his article “CAD Management: Managing More than CAD.”
Visit the issue page to download the latest issue! - Click here
* I might be a little biased. The cover is a photo I took, of a Range Rover Evoque Promotion in Sydney, on the way to Autodesk University 2010
AUGI is currently running the 2009 Annual Salary Survey!
COMPLETE THE SURVEY BY JUNE THE 30th.
Which means that your peers need YOU to log in and report your views. We call this a survey because that's precisely what we're doing. We're collecting information from the members to compile and share back with the members. What a great idea!
But, unfortunately, only about 10% of our membership takes part each year, which limits the amount of meaningful data that I've got to work with. Remember, every little bit helps. Speak for your industry!
It’s time to help out AUGI and give The Mistress, who compiles it all, something to do by contributing to their annual salary survey*. Only takes a few minutes and it’s confidential as detailed in the post linked below. The results may you some ammunition for that next salary review or, maybe not, depending how your current salary ranks!