BIM Today: 2016 & Beyond enjoys seismic impact on Twitter

BIM Today speakers Anne Kemp, Arto Kiviniemi, David Philp, Greg Bentley, Malcolm Taylor and Mark Bew. Credit: The Sunday Times, UBM, Bentley Systems, BIM Forum
BIM Today speakers Anne Kemp, Arto Kiviniemi, David Philp, Greg Bentley, Malcolm Taylor and Mark Bew. Credit: The Sunday Times, UBM, Bentley Systems, BIM Forum

Arguably the biggest Building Information Modelling event since BIM Show Live 2015, GovToday‘s BIM Today: 2016 & Beyond sent shockwaves through the #UKBIMCrew Twittersphere as top industry experts gathered to discuss the Level 2 BIM mandate as well as the difficult future inspiring the construction industry to embrace Level 3 BIM.

The speaker line-up was phenomenal to say the least, with the likes of Anne Kemp, Arto Kiviniemi, David Philp, Greg Bentley, Malcolm Taylor and Mark Bew presenting to a massive crowd of 500 people, as confirmed on Twitter.

Cultural issues were named as the main roadblock towards widespread collaboration on projects, regardless of BIM level. It was interesting to note that Mark Bew admitted that the BIM Task Group have been vague on what Level 3 will entail as they want to focus the industry’s efforts on BIM Level 2.

View tweets from a plethora of attendees below. #SocialBIM will definitely out in force yesterday!

https://twitter.com/iBIM_uk/status/610737519571914752

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