Introducing PIM: Precast Information Modeling
We’ve all heard of BIM. But did you know that information modeling can be specially tailored for the precast industry? In this webinar we will show you what we mean by PIM and how precasters can leverage this new concept.
One of the most meaningful ways a company can reduce overhead and increase margins is by implementing new technology. The frontline designers and drafters can save a lot of tedious time with the right tools. Let us show you how easy it can be to implement BIM, save time while still producing high quality production drawings and making PIM a reality for your company.
This webinar will explore the following topics:
- Precast panel elementation
- Automatic drawings and 3D reinforcing
- Creating and working with fixtures
Brandon Botts, Senior Technical Consultant, Allplan, Inc.
Brandon Botts is responsible for advocating BIM and Allplan to the construction community and ensuring customers are successful in their use of the software.
Brandon is a certified Design Build Professional with over 13 years of experience in the construction/design industry with 11 of those years focusing mainly on precast products and structures. Brandon has worked hands on many precast projects from inception to completion.
Monica Rennick, Technical Manager, Allplan, Inc.
Monica Rennick is responsible for advocating BIM and Allplan to the construction community and ensuring customers are successful in their use of the software.
Monica has a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering with over 12 years of structural engineering experience. For the last several years she’s focused on engineering analysis and design software. Monica has presented both online and in person on a variety of engineering topics including lateral design, managing and interpreting 3D models and improved workflows.