RICS Building Information Modelling Conference 2012 (RICS BIM Conference )

Venue: RICS Parliament Square

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Feb 09, 2012 End Date/Time: Feb 09, 2012
Registration Date: Feb 09, 2012
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Building Information Modelling (BIM) is already being adopted across the construction industry.

Pioneered by cutting edge professionals this collaborative, integrated working process is set to revolutionise the construction sector redefining the relationships between construction professionals.

This conference aims to dispel the myth that BIM is simply a technology
issue and explains how the adoption of BIM will require changes in workflow, practices and procedures. Specifications, regulations, costs and products will have to be standardised.

With a keynote address from Paul Morrell, the Government’s Chief Construction Adviser, the day will open with a review of the Government’s expectations of BIM followed by an exciting programme that examines the changing roles of quantity surveyors and project mangers, legal and contractual implications and importantly the clients’ perspective on BIM.

Sessions on the practical implications on cost planning and collaborative working and the impact of BIM on infrastructure projects make this a must attend event for construction professionals.

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from industry experts understanding how BIM will impact you and how it can benefit your business.

Why you should attend:

* Hear the Government’s expectations of BIM to achieve efficiency and reform

*Consider how surveyors and project managers should integrate collaboration through BIM

*Explore the legal and contractual implications in BIM projects

*Evaluate how to an elemental cost plan can be prepared and in what format

*Gain an insight on BIM adoption in 2011 compared with 2010

*Understand the client’s perspective on the benefits of BIM based projects

Who should attend:

Executives, managers, RICS members and consultants involved in:

*Cost management and construction
*Project management
*Building engineering services
*Facilities and built asset management
*Civil and structural engineers


Additional Information

Delegate Fees RICS members - Price £195, VAT £39, Total £234 Non RICS members - Price £234, VAT £46.80, Total £280.80 Book your place online today at www.rics.org/bimconference