BIM for ecology and archaeology to be studied at upcoming event

Stock Ecology Image. Credit: Stockvault
Stock Ecology Image. Credit: Stockvault

The compatibility between Building Information Modelling and ecology and archaeology for large construction projects is to be spotlighted in an upcoming event.

Wessex Archaeology are to team with Thomson Ecology to host ‘BIM for Construction: Heritage and Ecology‘ on April 30th, 2015 in Leeds, United Kingdom.

According to the event’s listing on the Wessex Archaeology official website, representatives from both organiser companies will “speak about the ways in which archaeology and ecology can be integrated to benefit both the historic and natural environment and aid the [BIM] project process”.

One of the Guest Speakers announced so far is Tekla‘s Duncan Reed, who is also the Chairman of thinkBIM.

To book a place for the event and to find out more information, follow this link.

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