Join us for the second BIM.well meeting, in association with the BIM Acceleration Committee, an initiative to see an increase in the uptake and depth of use of BIM in New Zealand. Our motto is do.BIM.well and that pretty much sums up the vision for this group.

Come along from 5:30 for a 6pm start at the BECA offices at 85 Molesworth St, Thorndon, Wellington. Three snappy presentations, some news and then a chance to catch-up (or meet up) over drinks.

First Presentation:

NZ BIM Handbook & Construction Industry Council (CIC) Guidelines

Presented by: Jon Williams – Business Director (BECA)

Jon will fill us in on the impending updates to the NZ BIM Handbook & NZCIC Guidelines (now incorporating BIM). These important documents that define how we deliver projects together are in their final draft stages. This is your opportunity to provide feedback before the final documents are released.

We will be unpacking these documents in more detail at future events.

Second Presentation:

Co-ordination and Collaboration

Presented by: Jon Williams (BECA)

These are buzz words that are fundamental to many conversations about BIM. We tend to do a lot of one but not the other. What do they actually mean now and what could they mean on future projects.

Third Presentation:

BIM Pocket Case Studies – The good, the bad and the ugly

Presented by: Kevin Thickett, Michael Warwick, Grant Taylor

A quick format presentation of aspects of BIM used in real (but anonymous) projects that have been successful, or not, and most importantly, why.

Many thanks to our host and sponsor of refreshments for this event, BECA

 

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