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Focused on providing members with resources and up-to-date information about the latest trends in building information modeling (BIM) and integrated project delivery (IPD)

 

George "Gep" Pond (Chair)
FWA Group
g.pond@fwagroup.com

  
TAPTalks Education Sessions

March TAPTalks - Automating Building Codes into BIM

 

TAP Annual Sponsorship Opportunities:

Silver Sponsorship: $650

·         Company logo on TAP Charlotte webpage

·         Company logo on TAP emails featuring TAP events

·         Company recognition at all TAPtalk programs 

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Gold Sponsorship: $1200

Same Silver opportunities plus:

·         One speaking opportunity at TAPtalks to share the companies role, successes and current   

          projects in the industry

·         Ability to provide company literature at events

·         One complimentary pass to the Charlotte TAP Symposium

·         Direct TAPtalk Event Sponsorship per of your choosing

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Platinum Sponsorship: $2000

Same Silver & Gold opportunities plus:

·         Company logo included in the Charlotte TAP Symposium brochure and webpage

·         Additional complimentary pass to the Charlotte TAP Symposium

·         Exhibit booth at the Charlotte TAP Symposium to showcase your company

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What is AIA Charlotte TAP?
The AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community (TAP) serves as a resource for AIA members, the profession, and the public in the deployment of technology in the practice of architecture. Technology in Architectural Practice monitors the development of technology and its impact on architecture practice and the entire building life cycle, including design, construction, facility management, and retirement or reuse.

Formed in 2012 the AIA Charlotte TAP brings this resource to the local level in Charlotte, where it aims to:

  • Push the field from representation to integration, simulation, automation and optimization
  • Promote collaborative integration in practice addressing both the human and technology side of that collaboration by providing a forum for open dialogue for AIA members, the profession and the public, paying particular attention to BIM and IPD issues.
  • Present case studies, best practices, legal & risk issues and perspectives from design, construction, commissioning, and owners will provide the Charlotte Building Community insight into all aspects of IPD and BIM.
  • Examine and present the use of technology and its influence in the practice of Architecture and building construction.

The committee meets once a month is comprised of an eclectic collection of like-minded professionals with Architects, Engineers, Contractors, Facilities Management and Owners represented.

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Thank you to our Annual Platinum Sponsors

                    

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