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All Group Reviews

  • New York City BIM

     networking and exposure 

    Mark J. on Feb 14, 2013.

  • New York City BIM

     I have been loking for a meetup dealing with building technologies and only one I could find in the NY-NJ-CT area is NYC BIM. It is exact;ly the kind of group that can be very beneficial to me both professionally and business wise. 

    Tom F. on Jul 20, 2012.

  • New York City BIM

     It is amazing. It is tough to get information about certain topics online and the people who have been pioneering BIM are few and far between. That being said it is tough to learn from experience because in many cases there is none. But the meet up group brings you in contact with those people. 

    Gerald F. M. on Mar 9, 2012.

  • New York City BIM

     It is expanding. 

    Jon on Jan 18, 2012.

  • New York City BIM

     Very well organized, professional and informative 

    Ron P. on Jan 18, 2012.

  • New York City BIM

     This is a good group. 

    Bud on Oct 13, 2011.

  • New York City BIM

     Excellent place to learn and share 

    Snigdha M. on Oct 14, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     Excellent knowledge base in the group. 

    Andrew B. on Oct 14, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     As being a sponsor for BSA I liked how Steve was trying to lead the group to a common thought about inter-operability even though that discussion did not close off that way. 

    David C. B. on Oct 14, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     Great place to exchange ideas and learn. This is the default entry but I agree hundred percent. 

    Abhi B. on Jul 21, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     Surperb! 

    william j. on Jul 21, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     This group is a great way to meet people that are tech savvy and BIM oriented. Many people here have a lot of experience and are willing to share their ups and downs through the BIM process. 

    Michael C. on Feb 18, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     Hosney is ontop of what is happening in the industry and it is always a pleasure and a worthwhile investment in time energy and expanded awareness of how rapidly the products are being adopted to assist in the process. One note. With all this "Value Added to the Client" marketing, very little if anyting is said about the individuals who actually impliment the process into our organization. To be practicle it must be a TEAM APPROACH and be supported both by partnership and SALARIES to warrent the investment. I have been part of this iniative since 1986, 23 yrs. This is not "CAD" of any variety, and all enterprise participants shoudl realize that to be effective you must invest in the Brightest and Best as: I. you aren't just buying it from abroad, or by cheap wages. 2. It pays off in extradinary intelligent ways yet to be truely understood, by all the would be's. 3. It is not easy to get people to invest in this despite the Marketing Hubris. 

    George Steckler A. on Jan 28, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     Expand your knowledge base to help differentiate yourself or your company. Great networking opportunities. Help save the planet. Where else in NY can you find complimantary food and drinks:) 

    Sam S. on Jan 27, 2010.

  • New York City BIM

     If you have anything to do with the construction industry, this is definitely the place for you. People are a little less environmentally oriented than I expected but I did not have much of a problem with that. 

    Eli C. on Nov 11, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     This group is a probably one of the best local resources for timely information on BIM. 

    Tom M. on Oct 14, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     very supportive, organized and friendly professional group 

    Zaza on Oct 7, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     Good content; and great people. 

    Elly H. on Oct 6, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     This particular product will help everyone save amense amounts of time sheduling, labor,(cadd operator costs) costs seem like they could be virtually cut by 3/4 of what current amount is. 

    Jason G. on Jun 10, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     TImely, useful information and an excellent networking opportunity. 

    Lawrence C. on Jun 3, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     Understanding the technologies available to grow and support business help firms change with the market. This group provides an opportunity to learn about the most current developments. 

    Andis Woodlief, LEED A. on Jun 3, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     To understand the difficulties when you implemenmt BIM. 

    john P. on Jun 2, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     As technology evolves, these types of meetings will become even more important to share knowledge, successes and best practices with industry peers. 

    Keith H. on Jun 2, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     it is usually a great way of finding out what 's coming down the pipe ahead of time 

    Jesper R. on Mar 31, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     This group provides an excellent opportunity to meet others who are struggling with the same challenges you may be--and to learn something about BIM, too! 

    Kathryn B. on Mar 31, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     Well organised, large number of participant, possible to get new synergy. 

    Andrea Mr. M. on Mar 19, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     This will be useful to all architects who see the potentials in BIM those who do not will be left behind - struggling. 

    Irena Skoda , A. on Mar 17, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     To learn more and to share their ideas too. 

    Don on Jan 21, 2009.

  • New York City BIM

     It would be beneficial to inform as many individuals in the industry, so that standardization and acceptance can help BIM to improve its multi-faceted elements into a more powerful and thorough design/analysis/construction/archival tool that would serve the owner from the very beginning of the design to the end of construction, and then later for the management and operations of their facilities. 

    Damien on Jun 19, 2008.

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