Delegates will hear real life case studies and plan out their own BIM roadmaps at this annual conference and workshop
In the 2017 Policy Address the Hong Kong government explicitly requested that consultants and contractors use Building Information Modelling (BIM) when undertaking the design and delivery of major capital works projects from 2018 onward. This combined with the growing international impetus towards a global digital built environment are clear signs that now is the time to consider how to embark on a BIM implementation strategy for your organisation.
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Since April 2016, the use of BIM has been mandated on centrally funded government projects throughout the UK, and the latest NBS survey showed that a majority (54%) of those surveyed are now integrating BIM into their own work. Elsewhere, the trajectory is similar, with government mandates in place across the likes of Singapore, Dubai, Spain and Norway.
As Peter Barker explains, “The appetite has changed. It has become non negotiable that in order to realise increasingly complex buildings against very demanding budgets and schedules,
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An innovative feasibility study using sensor data to establish feedback loops to help improve building performance and wellbeing
Interest in Building Information Modelling (BIM) has seen a considerable rise in consistent data sharing practices, streamlining the design and construction processes. However, owners and occupants still do not know if their building is performing as ordered. Therefore, there remains an opportunity for work to improve the utilisation of information once a building is in use.
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