**Suitable for clients, Facilities Managers, Estates Managers, Building Managers and anyone who wishes to know how to use digital to maximises building assets**
Wednesday 12th July 2017, 13.00 to 17.30 with registration and buffet lunch from 12.00
Squire Patton Boggs, 6 Wellington Place, Leeds, LS1 4AP
This year’s summer conference has keynote presentations about BIM and digital adoption from both a client’s perspective and the latest BIM guidance published by the British Institute of Facilities Management.
Mark Stogell of PCSG will present on how Sainsbury’s has developed its digital portfolio as well as appropriate BIM processes for their assets.
Paul Thomas from Turner and Townsend, the author of the British Institute of Facilities Management BIM Guide, will give an overview of how BIFM are adopting digital data in their own processes and from design and construction teams.
So not only some great keynotes but also our fantastic blend of round tables discussions led by Bond Bryan Digital, Stroma Certification, Solibri, and BIM Academy.
We look forward to seeing you at our hosts Squire Patton Boggs for another great afternoon’s learning.
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In February earlier this year we hosted a Responding to the FM Challenge constructing excellence breakfast event where we welcomed John O’Brien, Chair of the constructing excellence asset management theme group to Leeds to give an overview of the task group’s work on maximising operational excellence in buildings. At the seminar John outlined how built assets can be more effectively procured and operated to help organisations deliver their vision, strategy and objectives. John mentioned that 2015 will see the publication of a guide summarising lessons learnt through the theme group & it’s associates. & provide examples of case studies and best practice modules for FM that companies could take forward into their own organisations.
Following on from this session John published the following article for Constructing Excellence in May reflecting on that work so far. The full article, reproduced below, originally appeared on the Constructing Excellence website here
John O’Brien reflects on lessons from the Constructing Excellence Asset Group – Constructing Excellence