Brian Bruggeman Serving as Moderator for Bluegrass BIM Virtual Event

10.23.20
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Brian Bruggeman, Chief Client Officer at Kohrs Lonnemann Heil Engineers, Inc. (KLH Engineers), will be serving as the moderator of a Bluegrass BIM virtual event titled “What’s in a Model?” on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. The diverse panel—with representatives from Berea College, Lord Aeck Sargent, Staggs & Fisher, Turner Construction and Yeiser Structural—will discuss information that should be stored within a Revit model to support design, cost estimating, supply chain coordination, construction, cost control and the owner’s ability to operate and maintain the building long term.

Based in Lexington, Bluegrass BIM is for anyone interested in learning the latest trends, workflows and technologies in building information modeling. Architects, engineers, contractors, building owners and students at all levels are encouraged to attend.

Panelists: 

Richard Dodd, Director of Project Management

Berea College

 

Elisabeth Hunt, AIA, NCARB, Senior Associate

Lord Aeck Sargent

 

Jenny Kruer, PE, Partner, Electrical Engineer

Staggs & Fisher

 

Dave Opalka, Senior Project Executive

Turner Construction

 

Jordan Yeiser, PE, Owner, Structural Engineer

Yeiser Structural

 

Registration:

https://www.meetup.com/Bluegrass-BIM/events/273982553/

 

About KLH:

KLH Engineers is nationally ranked among the top mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technology engineering firms. As a leader in the AEC industry, KLH leverages building information modeling (BIM) and advanced in-house technology to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions. KLH has experience in all 50 states and serves the civic, education, healthcare, hospitality, lifestyle, industrial, retail and workplace markets.

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