The 3rd Annual BIM Summit returns to provide the latest case studies examining the benefits and challenges to BIM implementation, how BIM effects project delivery, costs and the return-on-investment.
The 3rd Annual Building Information Modelling Summit is your chance to discuss the use of BIM throughout the entire life cycle of the building; provide international case studies from leading projects; consider the role of manufacturers, contractors and projects managers in utilising and implementing BIM into the workplace.
What will you discuss this year? Project management of BIM, BIM Excellence, Construction – BIM in the workplace and in project implementation, Facility Management and BIM, BIM research and Innovation, Policies and BIM libraries
The agenda is currently being developed in conjunction with BIM industry experts.Request more information to receive the final agenda as soon as released.
BIM EXCELLENCE WORKSHOP -28 August 2013 ? Morning sessions: Understanding BIM performance and how to measure it ? Afternoon sessions: Performance analysis and action planning Workshop facilitated by Bilal Succar, ChangeAgents NEW THIS YEAR! The 3rd Annual Building Information Modelling Summit will feature its first ever BIM Awards whereby architectural firms, BIM Managers, Project Manager, Construction and Engineering firms are invited to submit their work for a chance to win. These awards are open for the entire industry (from architects, construction, engineers, facility managers to clients and developers). The submissions will be evaluated by 2 different groups: a panel of judges and the attendees at the event by the following categories: Categories: ? Innovation - new ideas, visual art performance ? Collaboration - amongst various the various teams ? Sustainability - sustainable BIM design
Timing: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
BIM Awards Only (26 August 2013): $ 165.00 AUD
Workshop only (28 August 2013): $ 1650.00 AUD
Two day conference + Workshop (26-28 August 2013): $ 3514.50 AUD
Two day conference : $ 2414.50 AUD
Artists / Speakers: Draftech Developments, Change Agents + BIM Excellence Karl De Wet, Mitchell Brandman • Bilal Succar, Probuild David Mitchell, Design Manager, John Holland Aleks Baltovski, Design Leader, Curtin University Don Cameron, Australasian Joint Research Center for Building Information Modelling (BIM), Co-Director, UK Professor Xiangyu Wang, Cabinet Office, Head of BIM Implementation, Professor David Philp, Director, partner
From: August 26, 2013 00:00
To: August 27, 2013 23:59
Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel, 30 Pitt Street, 2000, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia