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July 21, 2009

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Is there some where else that I can get info on this event? I clicked the link and it told me that I have already taken the survey and doesn't allow me to go any further.

Dear readers, it appears as though the link provided to learn more about the conference is not currently working. If you are interested in attending the conference please feel free to contact Dave Quigley at EastCoast CAD via email: dquigley@eccadcam.com
We apologize for any inconvenience caused.

Hello readers - There's still time!

As a follow-on to this thread and with 11 days before the Chicago, EastCoast and Autodesk "Contractor's Guide to BIM 2009" one day workshop is presented, I wanted to let you know that there are a handful of seats remaining. If you would like additional information about the workshop or would like to register, please email me at the above address or call my office, (603) 672-7880.

If you are a contractor or someone engaged at any building services domain or level and are charged with the responsibility of implementing BIM in a real project this will be a great opportunity for you to acquire practical insight into how some of the most successful contractors in North America and Europe have implemented BIM. This open forum format is geared to make sure you leave with a good sense of all of the lessons learned - good and bad from professionals who have been implementing this evolutionary methodology and workflow over the past few years.

Best regards,
Dave Quigley
EastCoast CAD/CAM

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