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.
BIM Academy, a company that advocates digital transformation in the construction industry, is partnering with BKAsiaPacific to deliver a conference that will adopt an interactive discussion group format with experienced facilitators. This format will enable delegates to get engaged, and both contribute and learn in expert led round table discussion groups. The conference will be opened by Ms. Ada Fung Yin Suen, BBS, JP, Deputy Director of Housing (Development & Construction), Hong Kong Housing Authority.
“BIM Academy have been working in the region since 2013 and we have developed this conference and workshop format to engage and help support BIM adoption,” noted Peter Barker, Managing Director, BIM Academy.
Peter will talk about achieving higher performing environments through sensor technologies in the good data and building performance session, as well as facilitating the subsequent strategic workshops in Hong Kong.
Building Intelligence ‘17 is a conference for leaders, decision makers and industry executives.
About Building Intelligence: Building Intelligence is an international annual conference aimed at senior decision makers within the construction sector that inspires digital innovation and collaborative processes in construction. Held in a different location each year, conferences will take place in Canada, Australia, UK. The next one will be held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Nov 6-9, 2017.
Find out more and register for the conference here.