In this LPA Roundtable, I talk with Charlie Williams and Alejandro Lopez about BIM review and how we discovered the best ways to keep a model healthy from start to end.
Please share your comments of how your handle your model reviews in the comment section below.
- LPA careers
- Planifi Project Analyzer
- LPA’s BIM Health Check Please comment on your top three things to check.
Founded in 1965, LPA Inc. has more than 300 employees at offices in Irvine, Sacramento, San Diego, San Jose, and San Antonio. The firm provides services in architecture, sustainability, planning, interior design, landscape architecture, engineering, and graphics. What sets us apart? Our people. Of our employees, 70% are LEED Accredited Professionals (BD+C and ID+C). Certainly, we design stunning architecture, but it’s the relationships that make it easy for clients to keep coming back for more.
With extensive experience in public and private architecture, LPA designs a diversity of facilities that span from K-12 schools, colleges, and universities, to corporate and civic establishments.
Wal-Mart, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Disney, The Irvine Company, Toyota Motor Sales, Ford Motor Company, Western Digital, Blizzard Entertainment, Emulex, American Airlines, Wells Fargo Bank, Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, Unisys Corporation, Herman Miller, Cisco Systems, Verizon Wireless, Kodak, Amtrak, and the Irvine Ranch Water District plus more than 60 governmental agencies, cities and counties throughout California, and approximately 100 K-12 school districts, colleges and universities.
More than 600 major design awards attest to LPA’s commitment to design excellence. Of these, more than 200 awards have been received from the American Institute of Architects National, State, and Component Chapters, not to mention more than 40 years of continuous recognition from the AIA Orange County.
BIMThoughts is a podcast about BIM technology and techniques. We produce two different episode formats; panel discussions and interviews. In our panel discussions, we dive deep into a topic related to BIM, Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks or something different. During our interview episodes, we talk top BIM professionals. We learn what makes them tick and their views on BIM, Revit, and the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry. We hope you will join us for every episode of BIMThoughts.