INTEC will give a diploma on Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Brian C. Capt and Kevin R. Miller, both from Brigham Young University (BYU), Utah, will be facilitators.
Santo Domingo. El Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo INTEC, through the Innovation Group in Construction Management (GIGC) will hold a Diploma on Building Information Modeling (BIM), process of generating and managing data of a building during its life cycle, using dynamic 3D modeling software and thus reducing the loss of time and resources in design and construction.
The course that will be taught from 27 from April to 10 May this year, includes a theoretical-practical program and will be fully customized and Intensive of BIM (Revit, Navisworks, QTO), focusing on the creation, visualization, quantification and estimation of projects . The same will take place in the facilities of the Computation Laboratory, of the FD building of INTEC and will have a total of 60 hours of classes taught.
His facilitators will be Brian C. Capt, professor of Construction Management and BIM system management at Brigham Young University (BYU), Utah, where he did his degree in Construction Management, and a master's degree in Technology Management; and Kevin R. Miller, associate professor and director of the Construction Management Program at BYU, Utah. He received his Ph.D. in Design and Environmental Planning at the Arizona State University.
As a theoretical and introductory framework for the diploma course, the GIGC will be offering an informative talk about BIM, with the aim of introducing and presenting the system to the participants, as well as its advantages, disadvantages and how the construction will change in the Dominican Republic. use of it
This presentation will be offered on Wednesday 20 of March, at six o'clock in the afternoon in Auditorium Garcia de la Concha and will be aimed at students, engineers, architects, designers, project managers and construction companies.