Building Information Modeling (BIM)

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Certificate of Achi​eve​ment

In an industry that has been traditionally slow to adapt to change, BIM is rapidly becoming accepted and embraced by architects, builders, structural engineers, contractors, developers, and virtually everyone in the construction and building industries. BIM specialists now bridge the gap between the design studio and the construction site. Average annual salary for a Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager is $70,469, based on U.S. statistics as of 2013. The highest salary recorded was $100,465. 

The lowest reported salary was $45,028. Skilled BIM practitioners not only use computer models, and manage graphics, but also crucial information — data that helps generate drawings, reports, design analysis, schedule simulation, facilities management, and a host of other functions that enable the building team to make better decisions and a more productive overall project. ​

Course Descriptions (links to information from the College Catalog)

CONTACT INFO:

Dr. Maniphone Dickerson
Dean, Business and Workforce Dev​elopment​

Kim Steele
Interim Sr. Administrative Assistant
(408) 270-6434

Library Building, Room LE- 220​​​

Forest Peterson
Adjunct Faculty

Chris Jones
Academic Counselor
(408) 270-6539
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Average annual salary for a Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager is $70,469, based on statistics in the U.S. as of 2013. The highest salary recorded was $100,465. The lowest reported salary was $45,028.

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