Providing access to transformational professional software through the Assemble Academic Program will give aspiring architects, engineers and construction managers the tools they need to differentiate their resume and BIM knowledge.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) June 11, 2015
Assemble Systems, the leading provider of model, data and management solutions for the construction industry, announced today a new academic program that will transform the future of BIM in the classroom. Assemble will offer free software licenses to qualifying students and instructors to help bridge the gap between classroom lectures and real-life implementation in the field.
With this program, aspiring AEC students will get a head start with understanding how the Assemble software helps manage model data from BIM authoring software. This allows project teams to easily analyze, access and share the model-based information. Instructors can develop a more engaging curriculum leveraging professional development resources to better equip students for postgraduate careers.
“We recognize that the students of today are the innovative leaders of the future, and we are committed to promoting the latest technology throughout higher education programs,” said Howard Davis, CEO, Assemble Systems. “Providing access to transformational professional software through the Assemble Academic Program will give aspiring architects, engineers and construction managers the tools they need to differentiate their resume and BIM knowledge.”
Assemble allows users to manipulate crucial model-based data in order to improve design review, estimating and AEC workflows. It’s advanced technology provides the ability to:
- View any Revit model in a web-browser
- Create a complete data inventory of design models within minutes
- Open and access project information from anywhere
- Easily access, condition and sync data to leverage BIM software investments
- Improve project controls, project margins and project outcomes that save time and win more jobs
- Share BIM data with a multitude of individuals
To learn more or enroll in Assemble’s Academic Program, visit http://www.assemblesystems.com/education.