Pacific Coast BIM Workshop Rescheduled to September; Central States Opens Registration on June 2nd

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The BIM Workshops’ Anaheim event is rescheduled to September 25 – 26 while the Omaha event continues as planned with special Early Bird registration rates.

The BIM Workshops announces the rescheduling of the Pacific Coast BIM Workshops in Anaheim, CA to September 25 – 26, 2014.

Recognizing that the BIM Workshops is a significant investment, the postponement of the Anaheim event is intended to give both Sponsors and Attendees more time for planning and resource allocation. Updated information about Call for Speakers, Schedules, and Registration will be available in the upcoming months.

The Central States BIM Workshop will take place as planned from August 21 – 22, 2014 in Omaha, NE. This year, the Omaha event will introduce new Early Bird rates as part of a three-tiered pricing structure. The tiered pricing structure is intended to offer Attendees significant price reductions the earlier they register and would also make the event more accessible to individuals and organizations with limited budgets. The Central States BIM Workshop’s rates and schedules are set as:

Early Bird rate of $249 opens June 2nd
Regular rate of $299 opens June 27th
Late rate of $349 opens August 7th

This new pricing structure will also be implemented for the Anaheim event; prices for the Anaheim event will be announced in June.

Lynn Allen, Autodesk Technical Evangelist, will be the Featured Guest MC for both the Omaha event from August 21 – 22 and the Anaheim event from September 25 – 26. Nationally recognized speakers such as Andy Jizba, Paul Aubin, Brian Mackey, Doug Bowers, Steven Shell, Steve Stafford, and Tom Whitehead will also present on various topics during the two-day events, including BIM, Revit, Navisworks, Bluebeam, and more. To learn more, watch this introductory video from BIM Workshops founder Carla Edwards.

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 two 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 continue to be the most cost-effective opportunity to get training in Autodesk software and to learn from and network with their industry leaders and peers. For more information, please visit

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