Monday, July 29, 2013

First STLRUG Meeting in the Books!!!

On July 18th the St. Louis Revit Users Group hosted our first "official" meeting.  By "official", I mean a learning event meeting instead of a social event like the first Happy Hour event. The meeting featured a series of videos covering alot of the new features in Revit 2014. We had a great turnout for the first meeting, with approximately 35 in attendance.  We heard good responses from everyone we talked to after the meeting.  I would to thank all of you who attended, and a huge thank you to everyone on the STLRUG Steering Committee for their contributions and sacrifices to make this first meeting happen!  I would not have even known where to begin without your help!  I would also like to give a big shout out to Seiler who was gracious enough to host this first event.

For those who missed the meeting, or those who want to dig a little deeper into the new features of Revit 2014, we have posted all of our videos to the St. Louis Revit Users Group YouTube Channel for you to view and share.

Also if you are not a member of AUGI, we encourage you to join. (it is still an incredible resource that can be accessed for free)  If you join make sure you join our local user group page.  Here we will be sharing resources from our meetings, and it also contains a forum for users to ask questions specific to our group.

A couple of other big upcoming events that are upcoming that you should attend if possible:

AGC St. Louis 2013 Regional BIM Conference
August 8th and 9th, Washington University, Lopata Hall

Central States Revit Workshop
August 15th and 16th, Scott Conference Center, Omaha, NE
This is a great conference that I attended last year and will also be attending this year.
See our previous post from last year.  Registration is still open!!

A couple other "SAVE THE DATE" notes:

Next STLRUG Happy Hour Event
Tuesday, September 17th
Place: TBD
More details coming soon!!!

Next STLRUG Learning Event
Thursday, November 13th
Place: TBD
Topic: Revit Multi-discipline Coordination
More details to follow