BIM4Civils – St Asaph
Constructing Excellence in Wales and ICE Wales Cymru are pleased to present the following event.
Responding to feedback from our previous successful run of Demystifying BIM, Intermediate BIM and Government Soft Landings sessions Constructing Excellence Wales are pleased to announce – BIM 4 Civils – in action.
This half day seminar will look at the drivers and practicalities of BIM and its application and adoption on Civil Engineering projects.
The seminar will equip delegates with a sound understanding of BIM, where it has come from and how it has been progressively adopted on projects within a capital programme administered through a framework. Delivered by Professor Andrew Thomas co-author of BIM strategy and recognised BIM presenter and facilitator.
There will be a live demonstration of creating an infrastructure based BIM model from first principles and web based data –through to using that model for take-off purposes and co-ordination of proposed project elements and existing services.
Mott MacDonald will tell their Utilities BIM story and be able to articulate the challenges and benefits of their BIM journey on Civils infrastructure projects in the water industry.
The session is populated with real case studies (Civils and Building), access to models, as well as considering compliance with BIM standards and a debate as to the future for BIM.
We have allocated time for open discussion to take questions and we look forward to your input and challenge.
About the speakers:
Alan Hymers, Divisional Director – Mott MacDonald Consulting Engineers – Alan is a Divisional Director at Mott MacDonald and is Framework Manager for Mott MacDonald’s Northumbrian Water work stream. With circa 50 projects live on this programme at any one time, a key part of Alan’s role is to drive innovation and efficiencies across the Mott Macdonald work; ensuring value for money is driven across all projects. Part of that initiative has been to implement Building Information Modelling on project work for NWL.
Alan is a Chartered Civil and Environmental Engineer and has many years of managing work for Water Industry clients. Alan is also Water Practice Leader and Infrastructure BIM Champion within the Buildings and Infrastructure part of Mott MacDonald’s business in the UK and a key part of that role is capture and facilitate best practice from within the BIM community and facilitate its use across all disciplines in the infrastructure sector.
Professor Andrew Thomas FICE MBA – co-author of BIM report and mandation, advisor to both Clients and Suppliers on BIM and its procurement and implementation in the real world. Having been involved with Constructing Excellence at every level for over 12 years he is utterly familiar with the challenges of improvement and change and delivered the earlier CEW BIM sessions. He and his team have been working with CEW and CLAW to create and implement their All Wales BIM toolkit for Clients – to be launched to suppliers with workshops in Oct and September, and an overview will be included in his presentation.
Keith Nicholson – modelling technician at Autodesk technical support team. Keith is a Civil Engineer by qualification and is technical support to users. He is neither commissioned nor responsible for sales in any way and is with us to explore and demonstrate what the technology can do for us.
How to Book: To reserve your place please email CEWales Events stating your full contact details and the names of all delegates wishing to attend. Substitution of delegates can be made at any time.
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