Axis Design have adopted a full BIM strategy this year and all our future projects will be delivered using Graphisoft’s ArchiCAD. There are many aspects to how this will change the way we work and collaborate with others in 2012 and beyond.
As part of our ongoing to commitment to sharing best practice knowledge we have joined a new group of BIM experts organised by WMCCE and in January we will be helping to deliver the group’s first event. Rob Annable will be speaking about our experience with BIM so far and exploring its impact on smaller practices.
We hope you can join us. Here are the full details:
Breaking Down the Barriers to BIM Adoption
Date: 31 January 2012: 9:00am – 4.00pm
Venue: WMCCE, Faraday Wharf, Birmingham Science Park Aston, B7 4BB
Fee: £150 + VAT
David Philp – Head of BIM Implementation at the Cabinet Office and Director of Tech Services, Balfour Beatty
Would you like to learn how the transition to Building Information Modelling can make the Design, Construction and Management of your projects more efficient and cost effective?
Do you want to find out how the Government intends to drive the roll out of BIM throughout the Industry by 2016?
This is YOUR opportunity to listen to a keynote address from David Philp to hear the Government’s viewpoint and get ahead of the game. By 2016 all public sector construction projects will have to use BIM.
Bringing together leading practitioners this conference aims to showcase the benefits of using Building Information Modelling (BIM) and explain how its adoption will require changes in workflow, practices and procedures.
The event will also include case study presentations, workshops, Question and Answer session and opportunities to meet software providers.
Workshop session topics
1. Breaking down the barriers for SMEs – Diagnostic tool
2. Open BIM – Collaborative Working
3. Legal Considerations
4. Facilities Management
Who should attend?
• Design consultants
• Software solutions providers
• Project managers
• Facilities managers
To book your place, or for more information, please contact Frankie Yorke at [email protected] or follow us @WMCCE on Twitter.