There are a million different things to discuss in the BIM and Energy Modeling world. Have you gotten through a tough modeling problem, done an awesome research paper or fought off LEED reviewers? We want to hear about it.
Are you a regular Bill Shakespeare, but by some series of events wound up in the building industry? Here is your chance to flex those writing muscles.
We don't have a particular format, as long as the content is good, unique and relevant to the industry. Posts that tell about how you worked through a problem or issue are great, but we also need posts with technical chops, so don't be afraid of doing something in-depth and throw around some R-Values or creative unmet hour solutions.
Here is an example from Colin Evans, one of our guest contributors:
Energy-Models.com is a site for energy modelers, building simulators, architects, and engineers who want learn the basics, to advanced concepts of energy modeling. We've got online training courses and tutorials for eQUEST, Trane TRACE 700, OpenStudio, and LEED for energy modeling. All our energy modeling courses are video based. What better way to learn energy modeling software than screen-casts of exactly how things are done?