Royal College of Physicians
Wednesday, 22nd March
03:30 - 06:30 EDT -0400
In an interview available in full in the latest issue of Irish building magazine, Dr Alan Hore told us what CitA has planned for 2017. “We will be working more with the regions and getting more SMEs involved on the industry’s BIM Journey. We hope to encourage all of the shortlisted projects at the Irish BIM Innovation Awards to speak during 2017 CitA Smarter Building Series. We intend to build on and deepen the relationship with the CIC constituent groups in 2017 and include them in the design of the 2017 programme. Reaching out to the clients and facility managers will also be important. Building on the idea of the High Speed 2 event (addressing the supply chain) we hope to hear from some signature Irish project teams reiterating the importance of BIM in the delivery of their projects.” He went on to say, “2017 will also see the return of the CitA BIM Gathering in November, which will focus on Building Capability and Knowledge Sharing. We are currently looking at the idea of hosting an IT showcase as part of the 2017 Gathering.”
BIM Case Study Presentations given during the Series will include:
- National Children’s Hospital
- Grangegorman Development Agency
- 1 Windmill Lane
CitA’s 2017 Programme also includes:
- BIM Sub-Committee Updates from each of the Construction Industry Council Professional Institutes;
- Updates from the BIM Innovation Capability Programme;
- Events in all nine of the CitA BIM Regions;
- The Third CitA BIM Gathering in November 2017.
CITA was established as a research project in DIT Bolton St. in association with Waterford IT in May 2001, with the vision of harnessing the potential of ICT in the ...