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This question is more tailored towards the BIM Managers for Contractors. Have you ever received models from a design team where things are modeled very sloppy and building components are used for other purposes rather than intended?
There is an increasing awareness of the need to provide building owners with a BIM model that instructs and reinforces the operations and management of laboratories and high-technology facilities, especially in achieving sustainable performance.
As BIM becomes more mainstream in the building industry its use meets new technologies, delivery methods and business models head-on, creating a heady mix of possibilities for the future. This talk will examine the future of BIM in the globalized world of broad adoption, emerging cloud and reality capture technologies, innovative delivery approaches and opportunities for industry professionals to deliver more value to clients and collaborators.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: •Understand the current state of BIM technologies for representation and analysis. •Understand how emerging technologies like cloud computing, social networking, mobile platforms and reality capture will affect BIM process and outcomes. •Learn about how project delivery models and the roles and responsibilities of architects, engineers and builders will change as new technologies change the face of BIM. •Explore new business opportunities offered by BIM-based processes.
The greater adoption of building information modelling – software which creates a three-dimensional (3D) model that different professionals can work on simultaneously – is drastically changing the face of construction work.
U.S. Zero Energy Buildings (ZEB) were scarce five years ago, but the list is growing rapidly as the industry proves it can be done at lower upfront cost than most would guess.
Who this is for: Building industry stakeholders interested in the emerging landscape of zero energy buildings in the United States, and the drivers behind it. Architects in particular will find the suggested AIA resources helpful in understanding how their role on projects will evolve as high performance building requirements become the norm......
Ready….Steady…..JAM!! You are invited to join Autodesk and Mind Candy, at their stunning Central London HQ, for an evening of presentations and demonstrations with the Industry's most exciting technology companies!
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“You are only as good as the people that work for you.” This quote rings true for all managers, especially ones that manage a technology-driven field such as BIM or VDC as it relates to Preconstruction Management. This is because not only do you, as BIM Manager, oversee a group of professionals, you also lean heavily on each Subject Matter Expert, or “SME.” You reach for their intellectual input on crucial matters, and you gather all of the intel and assemble it all into one respective bowl to then execute—whatever it is that you are executing.....
BIM: Practically Standard and Coming to a Contract Near You?
As I participate in standards development initiatives specifically those regarding process and workflows, and as I consult with teams, industry partners and owners alike, there is one question that I continue to wrestle with:
Who should be setting the standards?
Frankly, I believe whatever the answer, it should align with this credo:
Anyone who defines a standard should be willing to live by it themselves....
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