Are you a legal professional wanting to know more about the implications of Building Information Modelling in the UK? Or perhaps you’re in the construction industry and want to hear from clients who have sought legal help relating to a BIM project? Whichever of those scenarios you fall under, an early 2016 series of events will answer those very questions and more.
Palmers Solicitors have joined forces with Crown Office Chambers, building consultancy Ingleton Wood and a trio of local authorities within Essex to host BIMfest, a trifecta of breakfast events taking place in January, February and March 2016.
Each seminar will focus on one of the partnering local authorities’ stance as a client in the BIM environment, highlighting key legal implications of BIM compliancy.
The exact dates and locations for the sessions are as follows:
• 28 January 2016 at The Hive Enterprise Centre in Southend (SS2 6EX)
• 25 February 2016 at Wat Tyler Country Park in Basildon (SS16 4UH)
• 24 March 2016 at High House Production Park in Thurrock (RM19 1RJ)
If you wish to sign-up, you can get in touch with Jack Swadling at JSwadling@palmerslaw.co.uk. You can also get in touch with the company via Twitter.