Building & Construction Conferences

The Annual BIM Conference

 

Prince Philip House, 3 Carlton House Terrace, SW1Y 5DG
London, United Kingdom

Tuesday, 24th January 2017
04:00 - 12:45 EST -0500

Join us for The Annual BIM Conference, where high level speakers will build on the discussions of last year and explore what more can be done to achieve the widespread benefits that BIM has to offer. Topics covered will include the successes of BIM Level 2, how BIM Level 3 will benefit the industry  and  UK  as a whole, advancements in technology and the benefits and barriers of widespread BIM.

Hear from:

  • Professor Jason Underwood                
  • Dr Anne Kemp      
  • Graeme Forbes        
  • Lee Ramsey                    
  • Alan Muse      
  • Chris Jackson
  • Alasdair Hind        
  • Mitchell Gee        
  • Sarah Davidson
  • Tracy Saunders
  • Nicholas Nisbet
  • Richard Saxon 
  • Casey Rutland

Full details and agenda here.

The Annual BIM Conference: Multi-Disciplined Collaboration For Progress

The future has arrived, and it’s saving us money. Building Information Modelling (BIM) achieved a cost saving of £840 million on capital projects in 2013/14, through the Government’s BIM Level 2 initiative.

Initial estimations in the 2012 Building Information Modelling report, however, suggested  that  savings  of £2 billion per annum could be achieved through widespread use of BIM.

With levels of BIM uptake plateauing, according to the 2015 National BIM Survey, the potential benefits of BIM are not being fully exploited.

In addition to bolstering the economy, BIM provides the gateway to advancements  in  building  technology, the realisation of the ‘Internet of Things’ and improvements in the environmental sustainability of the construction industry.

Barriers such as lack of awareness and insufficient client demands must be overcome if these advantages are to be realised. 

 
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