Profile: Phil Bernstein

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Profile: Phil Bernstein

The Structural Engineer
Profile: Phil Bernstein
Date published

27 November 2014

Author

J. Whitelaw

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Free

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J. Whitelaw

BIM is presenting daily opportunities and challenges to structural engineers, rather like the architects they work with. So it should be no surprise to find that one of the key people behind the BIM revolution is, himself, an architect. Jackie Whitelaw talks to Autodesk Vice President, Phil Bernstein, who helped introduce BIM to the world.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Career Profiles Opinion Issue 12

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