BIMStorm recognized in another Fiatech AwardGreetings from the BIM Education Co-op. We are very happy to learn that ONUMA, Inc. and CaliforniaCommunity Colleges won a Fiatech Award for Celebration of Engineering & Technology Innovation.Below is an edited release from Fiatech about technology award winning projects including the CaliforniaCommunity College system, which created a Building Information Model for all 71 million square feet of space inits portfolio and gained multiple benefits.Many of the processes and software used in the award winning project are demonstrated in the ongoingBIMStorm BIG BIM Bang, which is being presented in a free AIA webinar on Friday April 13 at 1 pm Eastern. AIAChicago and AIA Columbus are showing webinar at their chapter conference spaces where a BIMStormparticipant will provide in-person demonstrations.This is the second time BIMStorm processes have been given a CETI Award from Fiatech. In 2007 BIMStormRotterdam was granted a CETI Award.John Roach (center) Foundation for California Community Colleges technology director was a key driver of the award-winning project. Roachis shown in the BIMStorm booth at Ecobuild 2011where CCC projects were used to demonstrate web-based business processes. Fiatech Honors Significant Advancements in Engineering and TechnologyMiami, FL, April 3, 2012 — Some of the best and the brightest in the capital projects industry were recognizedhere tonight at the 2012 Fiatech Technology Conference & Showcase for their achievements in the engineeringand technology fields. The Marriott Doral Golf Resort and Spa is the site of the three-day event.Fiatech, an international community of global leadership organizations focused on innovation in the capitalprojects industry, handed out its 2011 Celebration of Engineering & Technology Innovation, or CETI, Awards torecognize significant achievements in technology research, development, and implementation.Category: Real-Time Project and Facility Management, Coordination, and ControlOnuma & The California Community Colleges FUSION+CCCGIS+ONUMA:Pasadena, California-based ONUMA, Inc. brought two separately operating database systems together to createthe worlds largest cloud computing Building Information Model (BIM) and Geographic Information System (GIS)platform. California Community Colleges and the Foundation for California Community Colleges had ONUMA,Inc. combine Models of 5,000 buildings (71 million square feet) with GIS data in a centralized online platform.Information can now be visualized as two or three-dimensional building models. Real-time data are accessibleon multiple devices, including iPhones and iPads. Several solution providers of classroom scheduling areevaluating how to link to the system.