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Staying Organized: The Iceberg Method
April 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
ALL MEMBERS – Multi-Unit Architecture can be a lucrative business model in the Hospitality, Residential, Health Care, and Senior Living Markets. Orcutt | Winslow has perfected what they call The Iceberg Method of staying organized during the design of these larger project types. BIM Manager, Chuck Kottka, AIA, will share:
- how to use Publishing and Hotlink Modules to multiply your work
- methods for managing Properties, Classifications and Phased Interactive Schedules to control data
- the “Iceberg Method” of file organization and the problems it solves
- the criteria for breaking up projects into multiple files when necessary.
Chuck Kottka, Architect, AIA, BIM Manager –
Chuck is not only a Registered Architect, but a Jack of All Trades, with interests in a variety of realms in the profession, from technology to construction, engineering to art, planning to visualization, management to modeling. He offers his time to teach the trade, encourage emerging professionals, and organize seminars, especially concerning design methods.
His interest in technology extends beyond the office. Finding new ways to develop new processes and leverage tools like Building Information Modeling is a constant preoccupation. However, he feels strongly that it should be applied where appropriate, and all methods should be considered. With the ultimate goal of improving the built environment, Chuck believes that sometimes a napkin sketch is the best genesis of genius.