PlanGrid Labs now offers accredited AIA sessions focusing on the tools architects use most: RFI’s, punchlists, and design comments. Choose from a full day (4 learning units) or half day (1.5 learning units). Sessions are capped at 25 participants.
PlanGrid Labs is the perfect way to get your design and building team using PlanGrid, working faster and more efficiently, and earning education credits — all at the same time.
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How does it work?
PlanGrid Labs for Architects is delivered on your jobsite by a seasoned PlanGrid trainer. Space is limited and we schedule trainings on a first come, first served basis. Upon completion of the course, each participant is eligible to receive AIA learning units (not HSW). After the session, our trainer will be available to review your PlanGrid workflows and offer personalized project setup advice.
What else is included?
Along with training, your team will receive PlanGrid’s OCR Best Practices guide to help you format your drawings and callouts to streamline uploads to PlanGrid. At the end of the session, our trainer can work with your team to discuss company standards using PlanGrid and help build a custom document for company-wide use.
What does it cost?
A full day of Plangrid Labs for Architects costs $2,500. Reach out to your local or regional sales manager to see if you qualify for a discounted rate.
Monthly, live AE webinars
We’re pleased to offer a new webinar: PlanGrid Essentials for A/E. This session is great for architects and engineers, and is an overview of issue tracking, cloud-based collaboration, and document control. It’s live, free, and worth one hour of continuing education! Sign up here.
About the author: Drew Moncada
Originally from Brownsville, Drew studied Art/Design at University of Brownsville, Texas. Now stationed in Austin, Drew is the professional services manager for the area, helping large teams/companies get up and running with PlanGrid. Drew has over 10 years of construction experience, including architectural design, BIM coordination, and project management, working with general contractors and architects.