15th January 2015 at Gosforth Park Hotel, Newcastle upon Tyne
Welcome and introduction to the ‘benefits matrix’
– Andrew Carpenter, Chairman, BIM4Housing
BIM: from the sell to substance
Challenges, opportunities and return on investment
Telford Homes case study
– Mark Duffield , Technical Director, Telford Homes
Redefined responsibilities and ownership?
– Alan Tate, Trowers & Hamlin LLP
BIM and the supply chain challenge
– Andrew Orris, Head of Business Development, SIG360
The revolution of BIM to FM data transfer covering techniques and management of this process
– Gary Ross, Principal Consultant, Excitech TBC
The BIM process and what to look out for
– Bobby Chakravarthy, Arcus
– Richard Whittaker, Nottingham City Homes
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Presentation: ‘BuildingPoint UK – Collaboration Up Close’
How collaboration has added value on live projects and how the integration of the Trimble solutions portfolio, which uniquely includes software and hardware, can further drive design, cost, risk, programme and operational efficiencies. By Laura Brown, Principal BIM Consultant, Buildingpoint UK
Presentation: ‘Developing a BIM Strategy’
Lewis shares his experiences and progress to date in developing a BIM Strategy for a tier 1 infrastructure contractor. By Lewis Wenman, Murphy Group
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1. BSI’s BIM Conference
This engaging and interactive event will provide you with a unique opportunity to hear from industry experts about the increasingly important role of BIM in all areas of the construction and civil engineering industry. Learn how standards could help your organization in the adoption of BIM… click here to register
2. BIM through the Plan of Work
With the 2016 deadline for the adoption of Level 2 BIM for public projects rapidly approaching, this conference will aim to simplify the way BIM can be used, showing how it can be incorporated into every stage of the design and build process. It will guide you through the RIBA Plan of Work, detailing how to implement and execute a BIM strategy, from the beginning of a project through to its completion… click here to register
The construction sector is a major part of the UK economy. It represents some 7% of GDP or £11bn per annum of expenditure – 40% of this being in the public sector, with central Government the industry’s biggest consumer. Now any centrally procured project will require Building Information Modelling (BIM) compliance… read full article
How Government Soft Landings, In-Use data and models can support the 2025 Industrial Strategy.
Our super-informative half day conference rounds off the summer series with the opportunity to hear key government and industry leading figures presenting on GSL, how industry is adopting BIM and what the future of BIM – Level 3 – might look like.
This not-to-be-missed event will offer presentations, workshops, quick fire Pecha Kuchas and the opportunity to network over a BBQ and a pint of Yorkshire real ale.
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VENUE – The Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell Close, London EC1R 0EA
18.00hrs Event opens/networking
18.40hrs “‘Tired of BIM rhetoric? A back to basics review of achieving more for less in your BIM project deliverables.” – Paul Daynes, Sales Director, Cadventure
An evolutionary approach to using 2D and 3D content to support BIM processes and client defined deliverables. This refreshing presentation by Cadventure, Bentley’s UK reseller, outlines some pointers for evolving established working practices. The presentation will show by workflow examples improved methods of communication and delivery of BIM deliverables to the client, at reduced cost to the design team.
What is BIMnet?
BIMnet brings together key players in the industry in an informal environment, facilitating learning through knowledge-sharing and helping establish a coherent, industry-wide response to the adoption and development of BIM. Our informal BIMnet events are FREE to attend and create the ideal opportunity for Senior Executives from the best organisations to meet and network with decision makers and influencers within the BIM environment.
The Geospatial World Forum took place in Geneva at the beginning of May 2014. This is a major event in the GIS calendar, attracting more than 1,000 high level delegates. It also hosts major hardware and software providers including Trimble, ESRI, Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping, Airbus Defence and Space, Thomson Reuters, Oracle and national land agencies including those of India and Abu Dhabi… Read full article