Green Vision and thinkBIM will once again be joining forces on 1st July 2015 to present the third and final GreenBIM conference exploring the theme of sustainability within digital workflows for the Operations and In-Use phase of an asset. This will be the last GreenBIM for a while as we return to separate BIM and Green Vision events in Autumn 2015 so don’t miss your opportunity to have your say! Here is what we are up to,
For our UK keynote you will hear from Nitesh Magdani, Director of Sustainability at BAM Construct UK Ltd. Nitesh will present on the themes of BIM, the links to sustainability and the whole life cycle of projects.
Our international keynote address will come from Bill East, the owner of Prairie Sky Consulting and one of the foremost authorities on COBie, who will present on this game-changing schema for exchanging data that is a fundamental plank of the UK Government Level 2 BIM strategy.
Round Table Discussions
Nitesh Magdani, Director of Sustainability, BAM Construct UK Ltd
“BIM, sustainability and the circular economy”
Mark Whittaker, Business Development Manager, Integral UK Limited
“What tangible cost benefits can BIM bring to the Facilities Management Industry”
Steve Owen, Senior FM Consultant, FM180 Ltd
“How to BIM 4 FM”
Tom Oulton, BIM Manager, Turner & Townsend Project Management
“BIM and the role of the client”
Get those pet peeves banished to room 101 in our new conference segment
What irks you about BIM & sustainability? Let it all out in our new interactive Room 101 conference session.
This is your opportunity to get your frustrations & pet peeves out about any aspect of green building or building information modelling (or both) that irks you.
What would you like to see banished to room 101 to move our industry forward?
Our Room 101 section is modelled on the infamous TV show based on George Orwell’s 1984 and is designed to be a light hearted look at some of the key challenges our industry faces in a lively and engaging way.
How does it work?
Participants will have two minutes with just one background slide to describe their pet peeve. Your pitch needs to convince the audience that your topic, subject or building is worthy, or unworthy enough, to be put into room 101. After listening to all the presentations, the audience will decide by a show of hands which “peeve” wins. There is only space for one so make those pitches count!
Send your pitches to Liz Schofield via email@example.com
Your topic will be kept a secret, only the organisers will know. We just have one rule “No slide – no pitch”. We want to see your case, creativity and humour all on one slide! Please note, you must be a registered delegate to take part.