EIR Template for 4D BIM - What is it & how to use IT - BIM4LEgal
Good time management in important for project success and other benefits, such as improving health and safety. It is something that should be done as a team. It's something that should be done right, and early; to reduce risk, improve safety and give projects the best chance of success.
An infrastructure virtual conference - UKBIMA communities
On May 25th the UK BIM Alliance Communities are taking a deeper look into the work of infrastructure. With a keynote from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) kicking of the event followed by case studies from Tideway, Transport for London and Kier Highways.
A panel discussion providing the Data Perspective from the Water industry will be chaired by BIM4Water with representatives from Anglian Water, Arup, Irish Water, Scottish Water, Skanska and @One. Concluding the event will be a presentation from the Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction giving us their perspective.
Speakers include: Peter Vale - Engineering Information Manager (Tideway) Clare Kovacs - Vice Chair (BIM4Water) Mark Hedges - Asset Data & Information Manager (Anglian Water) Diarmaid OCulain - Asset Management Development Manager (Arup/Irish Water) Jacqualine Ingram - Senior Commissioning Manager (Scottish Water/MWH) Mark Whitnell - Construction Manager (Anglian Water/MWH) Mike Roberts - Procurement Manager (@One/Skanska) Mathew Brett - BIM Manager (Transport for London) James Daniel - Head of Digital (Kier Highways) Dr Jennifer Schooling - Director (Centre for Smart Infrastructure and Construction) Chaired and hosted by Craig Hardingham and Mike Turpin - UKBIMA Communities Leadership Team
The return of green BIM - THINKBIM - UKBIMA yorkshire & humberside
Its been 6 years since we looked at all things digital through the lens of sustainability and a lot has changed. Join us for GreenBIM, an extended event with an agenda packed full of a diverse set of presentations
An openbim casestudy - a research & development project delivered using BS EN ISO 19650 - UKBIMA East
The implementation of ISO 19650 to define & manage information is at the heart of this project and includes the use of 4 authoring tools Autodesk Revit, Bentley OpenBuildlings Designer, Nemetschek Vectorworks and Graphisoft Archicad