Central States Revit Workshop Rebrands and Expands to the BIM Workshops

The Central States event expands to three BIM Workshops in 2014 and kicks off with an April event in Anaheim, California.

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Newport Beach, California (PRWEB) March 06, 2014

The Central States Revit Workshop, previously hosted in Omaha, NE, has now been rebranded to the BIM Workshops and will expand to include three events in 2014. Each year, the BIM Workshops will move to different host cities in various regions; the host regions for 2014 include the Pacific Coast and the Central States.

The event’s website has also been recently renovated to reflect the new brand and mission. The goal of the BIM Workshops is to bring National, Regional, and Local speakers and sessions to a region’s users while providing an opportunity for users to share, learn, and network. Currently, six National Speakers are on board to speak at all three 2014 events and Lynn Allen, Autodesk® Technical Evangelist, has been confirmed as the Special Guest MC.

“We are very excited about promoting the Workshops to a national stage while still keeping the intimate scale that our past attendees are familiar with,” states Carla Edwards, event founder. “With many recognized speakers and sessions, the BIM Workshops will continue to provide high quality training opportunities to users who may otherwise never get the chance to attend a training conference.”

The first BIM Workshop this year will be hosted in the Pacific Coast (Anaheim, CA) from April 24-25, 2014. Registration for the event will be opened on March 12, with a special early bird rate available to a limited number of registrations.

For more about the BIM Workshops, please visit http://www.bim-workshops.com.

About the BIM Workshops
The BIM Workshops events started with the Central States Revit Workshop two years ago. The continued success of the Central States Revit Workshop along with the technical community’s positive feedback prompted an expansion to three events in 2014 and a re-branding to the name BIM Workshops. The Workshops were created originally to connect local users with national, regional, and local industry speakers and leaders. For many users, the Workshops were the only opportunity they would have to learn from and network with their industry leaders and peers. For more information, please visit http://www.bim-workshops.com.


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