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This Year’s Mid U Features:

  • Keynote Speeches By Industry Leaders such as Ken Manoff, Senior Director of North America Channel Sales, Autodesk
  • 96 Innovative Classes Spanning the Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Civil Infrastructure Fields
  • Autodesk Certification Exams

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Revit Essentials in Fargo Tuesday-Thursday!

Designed with the new Revit user in mind, this class is dedicated to familiarizing the new user with Revit basic commands. Architects and individuals in the architectural field will find this class an essential tool for understanding the core concepts of Revit Architecture.

When: Tuesday and Wednesday, February 21st and 22nd, from 8am-5pm, and February 23rd, 8am-12pm.

Where: 3300 Fiechtner Drive, Fargo, ND 58103 (map)
Phone: 701-281-1884

E-mail us today to reserve your spot

Two Mini-Trainings on Friday!

On Friday morning at 10am, we’ll be starting our new Mini-Training series, Revit Family Creation: Advanced Formulas. This is the first of two sessions, and will include tips and tricks for navigating the more obscure formula capabilities.

Later that afternoon at 2pm, we go back to the basics in working with fluid systems in Revit MEP. This Mini-Training is focused on how to work with hydronic piping, plumbing and associated fixtures and equipment. Find more information and register here

Midwest University 2017 Registration Now Open!

Sign Up Today for CTC’s Annual Midwest University!

Reasons to Attend:

95 Educational Sessions!

Great Keynote Speakers from Autodesk, Mortenson, HKS, ISG, and HOK

Early Bird Discount – Registration is only $695 until February 10, 2017

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Midwest University is a professional development conference for Autodesk users seeking opportunities to learn, connect and explore the building and infrastructure industries they influence. Explore the latest Autodesk software, network with peers and learn from industry experts. Take advantage of the special promotional discounts while they last!

WEBCAST TODAY: Hardware Requirements for Software

This webinar will give you an idea of where your baseline should be in regards to hardware specifications for most commonly used Autodesk programs like Revit, Civil 3D, Navisworks, Plant 3D, VR, along with visualization programs like Enscape, Fuzor and, Lumion. However, you should keep in mind that project/file size also plays a large role and you should compensate accordingly.

1. Determine what processors will work the best – Xeon or i7? How many cores? 2. RAM and what RAM speeds really mean to you
3. Video cards – Visualization vs production

12:15 p.m. CT, free. Register here

CTC Starts 2017 With Two New Events This Week!

Webinar: Latest and Greatest of Infraworks

We will be discussing the latest and greatest of features in Infraworks, from road or site layout, to presentation and visualization features. If you are new to Infraworks or just want a better understanding of it, we highly recommend you check out this great overview.
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Mini-Training: Revit Family Creation: Detail Level and Graphics

This mini-training session will dig deep into the abilities and best practices of detail level and visibility control.
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TODAY: AutoCAD Tools Mini-Training and UAV Webcast

We have two exciting online events today!

Mini-Training: AutoCAD Tool Palettes: Tips and Tricks

We will discuss best practices for use, how to set up and maintenance of AutoCAD Tool Palettes. We will cover background files, proper source file management, distribution to others and network vs. local configuration.

Find more information and register here.

UAV Workflows for AEC with 3DR Site Scan

This webinar will discuss the power and ease of SiteScan. We will be demonstrating 3DR’s Site Scan app to show how to deliver a point cloud based upon photos taken from the Solo Drone.

Find more information and register here.

EXTENDED: Midwest University Class Proposal Deadline

Submit your class proposal for Midwest University 2017 by December 30, 2016. We will let you know if your proposal has been selected by January 11, 2017. Upon notice of an acceptance, final handouts, presentation files and applicable course materials need to be submitted by January 31, 2017.

To ensure a variety within the conference, we maintain a limit of three presentations per speaker. However, you are free to submit a greater number of abstracts for review.
For any questions, please contact: instructors@midwest-u.com.

For more information and to download materials for course submission, please visit our Midwest U 2017 Course Submission page.

Revit Arch Mini-Training and BIM 360 Webcast Today!

Check out Two Great Learning Sessions Today

Mini-Training: Revit Family Creation: Fundamentals – Part 3

This lesson will explore ways to tag and schedule information from families, create family type catalogs, and add 2D symbolic representations to custom Revit content. Find more info and register here.

Webcast: BIM 360 TEAM

Autodesk Technical Specialist AP Percowycz will be live as he presents BIM 360 Team, a centralized platform for communication, file sharing and design reviews for teams and their project stakeholders.Find more info and register here.

Midwest U 2017: Submit Your Class Proposal by Dec 16!

Time is running out to submit your class proposals for MU! All proposals are due by December 16th, 2016.

Top 5 Reasons to Teach a Class at Midwest University

• Be a part of one of North America’s largest professional development conferences for Autodesk users
• Stand out as an industry leader, boosting your individual and company
• Bring fresh ideas and new insights to your industry and your peers
• Two FREE Midwest-U passes: one for yourself, one for your guest (total value of $1600)
• $250 speaker honorarium

For more information and to download the proposal guide and template, visit: https://midwest-u.com/proposals