If you are an architect or building design professional, Continuum is your online source of quality continuing professional development (CPD). Our wide range of audio-visual courses provide a convenient way to build your skills and meet your CPD requirements. Our courses are:
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This seminar will focus on the carbon modeling and sustainable design of the Institute's 41 Exhibition Street development in Melbourne. Through a detailed case study it will be shown how a very small CBD site can be transformed to deliver a high quality, highly sustainable, innovative commercial building. The project, concept and total carbon modeling of the building will be analysed in detail.
Architecturally Exposed Structural Steelwork (AESS) creates a dynamic and vital aesthetic for a building. This seminar illustrates a selection of internationally significant AESS outcomes and what is necessary to communicate the vision through specification and documentation to get the desired end result in fabrication, finish and completion.
This seminar will draw extensively on the information in the ‘BIM in Practice’ documents released in August after input from over 45 BIM in experts in Australia (www.bim.architecture.com.au). It will focus on three specific areas:
- Effects of BIM on the legal and procurement aspects of delivering projects - Proper management of BIM collaboration across disciplines - Involving clients and other stakeholders to communicate benefits and challenges of BIM