WoodSolutions creates and distributes case studies, blogs, and podcasts for architects, building designers, engineers, interior designers and decorators and developers, in the building and construction industries. Their large library of content across various channels is developed with the intent to provide these professionals with non-proprietary information regarding wood and timber products.
This week’s Timber Talks podcast focused on minimizing digital waste amidst the built industry’s digital revolution. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is at the forefront of realizing the full impact of the collaboration and efficiency benefits that digitalization has held for the industry. The complexity of the industry’s digital workflows has led way to a whole network of Revit add-ins that serve to advance BIM implementation and utilization. The WoodSolutions Timber Talks podcast team invited UNIFI’s own COO, Virginia Senf, to discuss.
Virginia is the COO at UNIFI Labs, the software company behind the second most adopted Revit add-in and industry leading BIM content management platform that helps designers deliver healthier, higher quality models faster, while saving an hour a day. With more than half a decade on the front lines of the BIM revolution under her belt, Virginia brought a unique firsthand perspective on the building industry’s digital transformation.
Tune in to hear host Adam Jones and Virginia dive into some of the most exciting opportunities being enabled by BIM today, from digital twins, to how to improve project workflows, to realizing efficiencies in the operations phase of the building lifecycle. You’ll come away with understanding how UNIFI helps reduce digital waste today and its vision to enable fluid data collaboration across the built lifecycle in the future.
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