Virtual 3D Design Charrettes are Here Now!
Imagine a time when you can go to an online virtual tradeshow anytime to learn about the latest in green/sustainable products and technologies, innovative construction materials, clean energy systems and more.
An online virtual tradeshow environment where you can visit booths to learn about the services, products and technologies that you are interested in for your residential or commercial project.
Product information, brochures, web links and business cards you want to retain can be placed into your virtual tradeshow bag and you can come back to review them anytime, 24 hours a day. No more losing business cards or product specification sheets because you always know where they are.
An online meeting place where you can find the professionals that you would like to have on your Integrated Design Team.
You don't have to imagine anymore because the EGM Connect 3d Virtual Tradeshows go live on October 28, 2016 and will remain available for your use on an ongoing basis.
Please take a look and register for FREE now. Just click on the logo above or HERE to visit.
First of all you may ask: What is a "Design Charrette"?
Put simply, a Design Charrette or 'charrette' is a meeting or group session where interested parties and accredited professionals can gather to focus on a project or defined set of projects. Origins of the term 'charrette' can be found online from several reliable sources. (Note: Charrette is sometimes spelled 'Charette' or Charrete')
Here are two reference links:
As you can see, the origins of the term 'charrette' go back into ancient history and yet the viability of charrettes used in today's projects cannot be denied. It is a fact that architectural and engineering firms have long utilized Design Charrettes to help describe and define the attributes of a project by forming "Integrated Design Teams". These teams typically consist of a lead architect or engineer, the project owner and others authorized to formulate strategies and guide decisions toward a better final product.
In other words, design charrettes have been utilized successfully for many decades to help create and construct some of the most beautiful and sustainable/green projects in the world including buildings, cities, bridges, homes, lodges, etc. The list could go on forever because the use of charrettes can benefit any project in achieving a better outcome, no matter how big or small.
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