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Industry News Roundup: October 5October 5, 2012
This week’s important resources:
Who's building the future? Civil engineers. "According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of civil engineers is expected to grow 19.4 percent between now and 2020." Read the story on the Houston Chronicle.
Countries requiring BIM tools are leading the pack. "As BIM tools and processes are adopted by more and more firms in the industry, and the advantages of these tools and processes will begin to be realized through higher quality and more reliable deliverables, BIM adoption will become a necessity for competing effectively in the market." Daily Finance has the story.
12-year old LEED system must keep evolving. "Hospitals, schools and universities are increasingly turning to LEED standards: The University of California has 100 LEED-certified facilities, followed by Harvard, which has 75. And leading companies increasingly see LEED-certified buildings as a way to recruit top talent." Read the full article on Mercury News.
Design Data partner FabTrol will present at the SDS/2 Users Group Conference next Thursday! "FabTrol Systems will also be exhibiting at the event (Booth No. 2) where event attendees can learn more about FabTrol Rev and FabTrol Pro, as well as the company's full line of steel fabrication management solutions." Read the press release here.
In case you missed our latest blog post:
See how SDS/2 partner and Users Group sponsor Burlington Automation solves automation needs with the PythonX Structural Fabrication System! Click here to read the blog post.