thinkBIM returns for our 6th year, yes 6 – we’ve been going as long at the Government BIM Strategy itself! To celebrate, we are pleased to offer two really great and innovative events.
Not just 4D, Digital Logistics & Planning too
(Twilight Seminar) Wednesday 1st November 2017, 17:30 registration & refreshments, 18:00 to 19:30
Rose Bowl, RB538 Lecture Theatre D, Leeds
For a long time the basic idea of 4D BIM has been well understood by the construction industry but other than running an animation of the construction sequence what can you really do when you add time to a model?
Three very different views will be presented on the broader benefits of digital planning and logistics processes, a tool for helping the rail industry to validate possessions programmes and how the demolition industry is embracing BIM.
Professor Terrence Fernando, ThinkLab, University of Salford
Lee Mullin, Autodesk
Kiran Rai, The Coleman Group
£25 per ticket
The best of UK BIM – the UK BIM Alliance
(Half Day Conference) Wednesday 6th December 2017
12:00 lunch and registration, 13:00 to 17:30
Squire Patton Boggs, 6 Wellington Pl, Leeds
thinkBIM – the home of the Yorkshire and Humberside BIM Region, the UK BIM Alliance and the BIM4Communities come together to give you the widest overview of UK digital adoption you could ever wish to hear about.
With keynote presentations from the UK BIM Alliance, the Government Task Group and roundtables hosted by the BIM4Communities delegates will get a fantastic opportunity to understand what best-in-class looks like, the challenges these interest groups are facing and the support that is available to you from your peers.
+ representatives from BIM 4 Communities groups
Willmott Dixon will also present on the National High Speed Rail College project in Doncaster, the winner of 2017 Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber Digital Construction Award
£80 per ticket
Book for either or both events via our online store
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