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LOD Specification Revealed!

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After two years of work, the AGC BIMForum and AIA have published the first industry specification for the reliability of building information modeling data - the Level of Development (LOD) Specification 2013.

James Vandezande served as the chair of the Exterior Enclosure sub-group for the LOD Spec. James will introduce the document and share some insight behind the robust deliberations conducted in the work group.

About the Speaker:

James is a registered architect and Principal at HOK in New York. He is a firm-wide BIM leader and member of HOK’s Project Delivery Board. He is an active participant in the buildingSMART alliance including development of the National BIM Standard-US and has participated in the development of the LOD Specification with the AGC BIMForum and AIA. James founded the NYC Revit Users Group and is the author of the Mastering Revit Architecture series of technical books.

Blogs: allthingsbim.com (http://www.allthingsbim.com/) and hokbimsolutions.com (http://hokbimsolutions.com/)

Twitter: @jvandezande @HOKbuildSMART

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/JamesVanAIA

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Food and beverages will be provided by group sponsor Microsol Resources.

AIA Continuing Education credits are provided by Bradford Construction and organized by NYC RUG VP Aaron Gonzales of JBB.

GotoWebinar & Meetup.com service is provided by SOM (http://www.som.com/).

The meeting space is provided by Pratt Institute Center for Continuing & Professional Studies (http://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing_education_and_professional).

High Performance Cloud Computing Workstation provided by Adam Glass of Advance2000 (http://www.advance2000.com/).

Liability insurance funding provided by Case (http://www.case-inc.com.com/).

Administrative support provided by Array Architects (http://www.array-architects.com/).