Assemble Systems Webinars on Project Controls in Design and Construction

Efficient project controls enable AEC to deliver improved project results.

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Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 10, 2014

Assemble Systems, the leading provider of BIM data management solutions for the AEC industry, today announced it will host part two of the complimentary two-part webinar series on how project teams are using Assemble throughout design and construction for more efficient project control.

In Part I, Matthew Sulhoff, Implementation Manager, shared with attendees best practices for managing design-to–budget. Matthew illustrated how project teams are using Assemble to facilitate shorter, and more efficient, design review cycles resulting in fewer change orders during construction. A recorded version of the webinar is available here.

In Part II, Nancy Clark Brown, Client Relationship Manager, will review how Assemble is being used to track progress during construction. Using Assemble to organize and manage information from BIM and the field, project teams are delivering significant project efficiencies for their clients.

This webinar will be held on Thursday, February 20th at 11:00 am PST/2:00 pm EST and will be a repeat of Nancy’s guest lecture at the University of Washington on February 13th.

Those interested in the webinars can register here.

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About Assemble Systems

Headquartered in Houston, TX, Assemble Systems is a provider of BIM data management software. Its flagship product Assemble is a cloud-based platform allowing AEC firms to leverage BIM data for increased project insight, advanced project collaboration and data-driven decision making. Assemble is used today to manage over 1,000 projects. The Assemble Systems team includes technology experts and experienced architecture, engineering, and construction industry professionals who are addressing BIM interoperability for design, construction and operation. For more information, please visit http://www.assemblesystems.com.


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