ICE BIM 2013 will be held on 16 October at Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London with a host of speakers and attendees gathering to discuss BIM.
ICE BIM 2013 will focus on how to close the common gap between the reality and the expectation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) deliverables.
Mid-way through adoption, many in the built environment are feeling the need for clarity on the direction and end destination of BIM. Regardless of the level of BIM you’ve reached – or even if you’ve yet to begin – in the absence of established common industry practices and standards; how do you know if you are on the right track?
This conference will explore how BIM technology and methods can be purposefully streamlined and selected against the yardstick of creating better value for your client and improved commercial competitiveness for you. It will bring together asset owners with the whole supply chain to share best practice.
In this video for the third event in the Institution of Civil Engineers’ flagship BIM conference series, the Project Manager Emma Shaw explains the editorial decisions behind the programme. A key challenge for 2013/2014 is handover and operational use, even companies who’ve improved during construction can find it hard to transfer value to the client and asset during use. Emma explains the evolution of ICE BIM, and how this month’s event responds to market needs to drive progress forward.
The video can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/75294772.
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