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Meet with local Revit users to discuss and share the platform's use for BIM implementation. Our group will cover Architecture, Structure and MEP, and related technology, practices, and issues.

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IN PERSON!!! Thornton Tomasetti: Show & Tell -- Save the Date

Hafele America Co

IN-PERSON meetings are back!!! Including some drinks and the opportunity to meet long-lost friends.

SPONSORED BY: Microsol Resources

Our favorite topic: Thornton Tomasetti's Core Studio
Nick Mundell will enlighten us on What is new and good in the Core Studio and Tech Symposium?

  • CORE studio Revit Toolbox – Lessening clicks since 2017, we’ll talk about what our most popular automation buttons are.
  • AECTech 2022 – We’ll review some of the best projects from our recent Hackathon & Symposium.
  • Rhino.inside.Revit at Thornton Tomasetti – How we’re using it at TT and where it’s going.
  • Ellipse – CORE studio’s latest bet on the future…bring together data, models, and drawings in a lightweight digital twin. We’ll show a brief demo of Ellipse in action.

Our favorite venue: Hafele
20 West 22nd Street, Suite 201 (between 5th & 6th Ave)

Save the date: Feb 7th, 6:00 PM.
Webcast will be available as it's always been for those who cannot make it

Nicholas Mundell graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of New Zealand 2006, with a thesis focusing on Digital Fabrication and its application to modern construction methods. After a period spent backpacking Europe, he arrived in New York, taking positions in architectural restoration, furniture fabrication and eventually architectural model making, working with the like of Richard Serra, Daniel Liebskind, OMA and The Guggenheim Museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright: From Within Outward exhibition in 2009.
Nicholas then completed his graduate degree in 2011, (MEng) at the Hoboken NJ, Stevens Institute of Technology ‘Product Architecture Lab’, a forward-looking program that focused on digital AEC processes/ software and their practical applications. His first position post-graduation was as Construction Manager for the Stevens/Parsons New School Solar Decathlon ‘Empowerhouse’ entry for 2011. Nicholas then joined Thornton Tomasetti’s recently formed Advanced Computation Modeling group in late 2012 (now known as COREstudio) joining a number of Steven’s graduates lead by Jonatan Schumacher with a goal of bringing parametric and automation concepts to modern Structural Engineering practice. In his time at TT, Nicholas has worked on all manner of complex geometries and large scale BIM projects across Thornton Tomasetti’s various practice sectors as well as creating and implementing learning materials for the firm as a whole.

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