Future BIM Implementation KSA appoint BIMcrunch as official Media Partner

Credit: Future BIM Implementation KSA
Credit: Future BIM Implentation KSA

The Middle East is home to a thriving construction climate, with various exciting projects utilising Building Information Modelling taking place in the likes of Egypt, Jordan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates to name a few.

Another nation making waves are Saudi Arabia, and we can today announce our status as Media Partner to Future BIM Implementation KSA, a conference scheduled for November 2nd and 3rd in Riyadh.

“We are pleased to announce our new media partner – BIMcrunch – to Future BIM Implementation KSA Seminar,” announced Nisrine Aboulhosn, Head of Marketing and Communication at the event’s organisers Advanced Conferences & Meetings. “Being a specialized leading resource for Building Information Modelling news and views, we are delighted with our partnership, as such partnerships help us deliver on our promise to run first class learning and networking events.”

BIMcrunch’s Editor Jack White also commented: “The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is home to companies working on some majorly exciting BIM projects that BIMcrunch are really proud to help spotlight by promoting the discussion that will take place at #FBIK15.

“BIMcrunch readers can expect to here a lot more about the fantastic content that this conference will host and hear from the speakers involved.”

On the subject of speakers, those taking to the stage include Abdulaziz Alshaikh, Vice President for Planning and Studies for the Arriyadh Development Authority ADA and Anthony Lapierre, BIM Transformation Manager at Atkins to name just a few. The entire list of speakers thus far confirmed can be found here.

Discussion themes listed on the agenda include BIM implementation on mega projects, BIM deployment across Riyadh Municipality’s major projects, BIM for facilities management, BIM case studies and more. The whole agenda can be viewed at this link.

For more on the conference, visit the official website and the ACM Events Twitter account. Follow Twitter discussion using the #FBIK15 hashtag.

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