Monthly Archives: January 2011

Welcome to Frostbite Falls

For the readers who thought I might be exaggerating about Minnesota winters, I post the following photographic evidence: Two things to note: 1)  There is a minus sign in front of the Outside Temperature (as in, -31F). 2)  The really … Continue reading

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BIM Ready Newsletter – January 2011

Ready, Aim, EXECUTE! Q:  “What do you think about your team’s execution?” A:  “I’m all for it!” – Tampa Bay Buccaneer Coach John McKay There was a lot of buzz at Autodesk University 2010 over BIM Execution Plans.  It’s good … Continue reading

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Pillar of Salt to Salt on the Roads

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Bet I’m not the only one who’s glad to put 2010 in the rear view mirror.  Oh, sure, there were good moments, but it was a tough year in the A/E/C Industry.  A year filled with uncertainty … Continue reading

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