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April Webinars: Building Delivery, Multi-user Environments, & Lighting a Billie Eilish Tour

Continue your education and earn accreditation with Vectorworks’ monthly webinars. Whether you are a beginner or experienced designer, you can gain new skills, fine-tune workflows, and discover all you can do with Vectorworks. The more you know, the more you can create with Vectorworks.

Architecture: Improving Building Delivery with BIM

Tuesday, April 20 @ 2 PM ET

 Deliver better buildings faster and for less money with BIM. The biggest advantage of BIM capabilities lies with the owner. Our industry needs to continue to develop our delivery methods through the use of BIM, which provides the ability to serve our clients better by establishing budgets much earlier in the process, reducing risk to the owner and virtually eliminating the “VE Stage” of a project. In this webinar, learn how to use BIM to accelerate schedules by involving sub-consultants earlier into our process and to reduce the cost through the elimination of the constant “round up” that takes place through the current system.

Attendees are eligible for 1 AIA LU and 1 Core Learning Credit via AANB, ALBNL, NSAA, and AIBC.


Visualized engineering systems in a 3D architectural model.

Entertainment Webinar: Powering Billie Eilish’s World Tour with GDTF/MVR

Wednesday, April 21 @ 2 PM ET

So, you’ve heard of MVR and GDTF, but what exactly can they do for your workflow? Join Tony Caporale, lighting designer at Infinitus Vox, to see how MVR and GDTF helped him create the award-winning lighting design for Billie Eilish’s Where Do We Go World Tour. Discover how using a combination of MVR and GDTF allowed Caporale to create a more unified workflow while keeping his focus on his design, not the tedious task of adapting new fixtures and devices in the lighting industry.


Live shot of a suspended walkway at a Billie Eilish concert.

Landscape Webinar: Productive Remote Work Through BIM for Landscape

Thursday, April 22 @ 2 PM ET

At a time when more site design firms are working remotely, keeping separated team members productive is not only possible, it is more easily managed than ever. Join Eric Gilbey, PLA as he shares how a multi-user environment is a key benefit to working in BIM software. Gilbey will explore how it enables a more holistic approach to project management, and how proper file and team organization enables more seamless incorporation of site project updates.

Attendees are eligible for 1 LA CES PDH and 1 APLD CEU.


A landscape architecture project in design software that involves multiple users in the same file.