CSUEB develops new Building Information Modeling (BIM) Boot Camp certificate program

  • October 26, 2010 5:19am

The Building Information Modeling Boot Camp (BIM) offered by California State University, East Bay allows students to enhance their firm’s ability to manage the building design and construction lifecycle, streamline work processes, and deliver projects on time and on budget. This one day program helps students to design and build faster, smarter, and more efficient solutions in the architectural design, engineering, and construction industries.

BIM also provides students with the knowledge to develop a customized process, implementation plan, schedule, and task list addressing the specific needs of their firm regardless of size, type, and industry–from one man operation to national firm, design, architecture, engineer, construction management, or contractor.

For more information on this program visit: www.ce.csueastbay.edu/certificate/bim or contact Program Coordinator Celeste Agana-Carlos at 510-885-4921 or celeste.agana-carlos@csueastbay.edu.

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