How to Select a Building Documentation Professional

There are two important announcements from the USIBD this week. The first is the availability of a free white paper with advice on how to select a building documentation professional. The second is you need to register now to save $250 off the registration fee for the USIBD Symposium this September in St. Louis, MO.

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How to Select a Building Documentation Pro White Paper

The U.S. Institute of Building Documentation (USIBD) is pleased to publish its first white paper entitled, Building Better Within Existing Conditions. This paper’s purpose is to help determine whether it makes sense to hire a Building Documentation Professional and, if so, how to go about selecting them.

Because it can be challenging keeping up with the latest technologies coming to the construction technology market that tout making point clouds easier to work with, we want to help you make sense of what’s out there, and offer suggestions on how to choose the right professional for your project. This document will help provide guidance in specifying a method for procuring point cloud data, depending on your use case. This paper will share some common workflows many people in the industry have come to rely on for processing 3D point cloud data.

For the white paper click here.

The second item from USIBD is that they are hosting their Annual Symposium in partnership with the BIMForum, September 16 – 18, 2019 in St. Louis, MO. You can save $250 by registering now. Click here to register.

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