Hungry, Denver? The BIM 360 Food Truck is on the Way!

July 15, 2016 Adam Higgins

BIM 360 Food Truck Feed My Crew Denver

The BIM 360 Food Truck Heads for Denver

Hungry? Well, you will be when you hear what we’ve got on the menu for our Denver tour. Local-fave, Bao Chica Bao Bao is whipping up a tasty, mouth-watering menu for the week of July 25th. How about a Korean-marinated beef breakfast burrito, with peppers, onions, eggs, and sweet chili crema? Or how about miso-ginger black bean and roasted corn tacos with sesame ginger slaw and sweet chili aioli for lunch? YUM, YES PLEASE!

Feed My Crew

Get free food for your entire construction site by nominating your project at The Top 10 sites on the leaderboard will be selected. But hurry, voting ends July 20th!



Nominate a Construction Project

Do you work on a construction project full of hungry workers? Then nominate your project at! Here’s how the process works:

BIM 360 Food Truck How It Works

Get your nominations in now, before time runs out.  The sooner the better, because you want as much time as possible to share your nomination. The more votes you get, the higher you climb on the leaderboard. Since we only have 5 days to visit as many sites as possible, we can only guarantee that we’ll visit the leaderboard Top 10. Tell your friends, colleagues and neighbors to Vote! Vote! Vote!

We Love Construction

We are bringing the BIM 360 Food Truck to construction sites all around the country.  We want to get to know you better and see you work on every day.  We want to make your on-the-job lives a little easier (and a whole lot more productive) with our construction software tools. If you want to find out more about those tools, visit — and if you are hungry…

Any questions about the BIM 360 Food Truck tour?

Let us know in the comments below!

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