BIM Academy and BKAsiaPacific partner to deliver an interactive conference

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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BIM Academy partners with BuildingLive 2017

Building Live on 29 November promises to deliver a range of engaging seminars designed across four sessions, each addressing major themes for the sector including BIM Level 3 – a vision of a Digital Built Britain, optimising BIM Level 2, operational benefits – delivering value and a vision of the future.

As content partners, BIM Academy and Ryder Architecture have been working with the Building Live team to ensure the content is relevant,

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AIS FPDC Conference 2014

Last week saw the annual conference of the Association of Interior Specialists conference, however now they have merged with the FPDC (Federation of Plastering and Dry-lining Contractors) it is the AIS FPDC conference……  Apparently they are now working on a new organisation name.

I first spoke at an AIS conference back in 2012, my talk then – “BIM,  better ways to count”. Since then the AIS has been one of the few trade associations to really push BIM awareness to their members and should be applauded.

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