The Construction Innovation BIM workshops provide the building and construction industry: owners, designers, constructors and building operators/managers, the chance for input into the National BIM Guidelines and Case Studies Project which will conclude in December 2008.
The two-year Business Drivers for BIM research project investigated the nature of economic, process and industry constraints to BIM adoption and identified business strategies and models that may support adoption of BIM in the architecture, engineering, construction and facility management sectors.
The workshops will focus on the latest draft of the National BIM Guidelines. This will be the final open forum for industry consultation and feedback. Attendees are requested to register to obtain a copy of the draft Guidelines to critique, and come with comments and questions.
The Guidelines aim to address the whole building life cycle and the way project information is created, shared, used and amended by all project participants through Building Models.
Brief introduction by Tom Fussell Project Team Leader
Workshop of draft Guidelines in specialist small groups
Summary and feedback from groups
Dates (venues to be advised):
5:00 – 8:00pm
Oct 13 Sydney
Oct 14 Melbourne
Oct 15 Brisbane
Nov 05 Perth
Tom Fussell– Project Team Leader
Scott Beazley – BIM Guidelines Project Manager
Robin Drogemuller – QUT Professor of Digital Design
John Mitchell – CQR Pty Ltd
Queensland University of Technology, Bovis Lend Lease, Qld Dept of Public Works, Brisbane City Council, Woods Bagot, Qld Dept of Main Roads, RMIT University, Arup, Building Commission (Victoria), Mirvac, Sydney Opera House, Davis Langdon, Laing O’Rourke.
Register for a place and to obtain the latest draft of the guidelines that will the basis of the workshop, and for inquiries contact email@example.com
by COB Friday 3 October 2008 for Sydney, Melbourne, & Brisbane workshops, and COB Friday 24 October 2008 for the Perth workshop.