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Miami Dade College North Campus to Host Lecture on Architecture and Smart Building Feb. 2

Miami, FL – The New World Symphony Concert Hall’s concept and design will be the topic of choice when Miami Dade College’s renowned School of Architecture and Interior Design presents a free lecture on architecture, smart building, and the current changes within the construction industry, at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2, at the North Campus.

The lecture will be taught by MDC professor Hector Camps, who is also the founder and CEO of PHI Cubed, a building information management company that promotes the idea of the building industry working together as a globally interconnected enterprise. Camps teaches Virtual Design and Construction at MDC. He is also the founder of the Digital Design Lab, a research project funded by Miami-Dade County Public Schools that provides an access point to high school students and adult learners.

The lecture is also being hosted by the National Institute of Building Sciences’ buildingSMARTalliance program, which is an industry organization formed to address the profound changes coming to the field of construction in North America.

Designed by renowned architect Frank O. Gehry, the New World Symphony Concert Hall is one of the few local facilities built using the Building Information Model (BIM), the digital tool that is increasingly being used by industry professionals to share highly accurate information throughout a facility’s life cycle. MDC has always been at the cutting edge and teaching these and many other techniques to its students along with the very latest technology.

For more information about the lecture and to RSVP, call 305-200-8877 or info@phicubed.com.

WHAT: MDC and buildingSMARTalliance Presents Free Lecture on Architecture and Smart Building

WHEN: Wednesday, Feb. 2
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

WHERE: Miami Dade College North Campus
11380 N.W. 27th Ave.



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