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A happy belated Valentine’s Day to you.
Did you mess up? Got the flowers, but you forgot the Reeses – chocolate is required they say. The “chef” at the chain restaurant couldn’t actually deliver the gluten-free pasta your spouse needs?
We get to fail forward. Then again - the poem did rhyme.

“Pomegranates are red not purple
I’m hefty and sturdy like Yertle

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags project, Project Management, management, BIM, standards

The creation of Complex Corridors from Civil 3D Intersection Features is one of the most challenging and productive set of integrated tools inside AutoCAD Civil 3D.
At AU 2010 I did a well-attended and well received session on the topic. The AU session focus was looking at the Intersection Wizard interface in a new way. You can go AU Online…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags corridor, intersection, BIM

It's been a bit since I BIM posted. (There is no typo in the title.) That doesn't mean BIM is not important or I'm not very passionate about it. I didn't long ago and far, far away in another lifetime build a company monikered as "Visual Information Systems" without reason and design intent. It's a tell.

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags BIM, management, Project Management

“There is one “I” in BIM and two “I”s in CIVIL for a reason.

Information without applied intelligence is contrary to both polite discourse and the public well-being.

The Communication of Information that creates Vision for the Individual is the language of Life. ”

-TT…

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Posted by Tench Tilghman

Tags BIM, civil, management, performance, leadership