Brought to you by Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and Digital Guerrilla, this five part series of breakfast briefings contains all you need to know regarding how to plan for and implement BIM in your construction-related business.
Delivered in bite-sized chunks, you can book the entire series or individual sessions. Each session costs £25 per person:
BIM 101: Where do I start? (Wed 7 June)
BIM 103a: What standards do I need to know about? (Wed 30 August)
From the 6th April 2017, BIM was introduced into Scottish central government (Review of Scottish Public Sector Procurement in Construction, 22 October 2013) with a view to encouraging adoption across the public sector. The objective is that, where appropriate (Scottish Procurement Policy Note SPPN 01/2017, 8 March 2017), projects across the Scottish public sector adopt BIM level 2. As well as the Scottish central government requiring BIM, most private clients are also now demanding BIM.
So, what is BIM? What is BIM Level 2? Will this change the way we work? This breakfast briefing series will help to answer these questions for you.
Each presentation will outline the topic at hand and deliver a detailed step-by-step plan for you to take away and implement at your business. The topics are designed to as standalone chunks, allowing you to register only for the information which interests you. Each session will end with a 15 minute Q&A, with plenty of time for breakfast and networking scheduled in during the morning.
Situated just a 20 min drive from Glasgow, and five minutes by taxi from nearby Blantyre Railway Station, Construction Scotland Innovation Centre offers free parking on site for delegates who attend its events. Hot desks and lockers are also available for guests who wish to stay and work from the premises. Please contact the events team on 0141 212 5250 for more information.
Graham H Stewart, MSc EngTech MICE TIStructE
Digital Director at Digital Guerrilla
With nearly 30 years in the construction industry, Graham has always been interested in technology and software, from AutoCAD back in the early 90s to full 3d modelling in the 00s. Over his career, Graham has worked all over the world on some iconic projects ranging from loft conversions in Glasgow to multi-Billion dollar convention centres & 800ft high towers in the Middle East.
For the past 5 years Graham was UK Head of BIM at Ramboll, responsible for Integrated Business Technology and part of the management team streamline BIM across the global business. Sharing knowledge and experience has always been something Graham has been passionate about which resulted in him going back university to study the UK’s 1st Building Information Modelling Management MSc course at Middlesex University, with his final Thesis on how BIM can assist in the assessment of Project Complexity.
Now Graham is setting up Scotland’s 1st Digital Information Management Consultancy to help Scottish Clients understand what potential business outcomes and benefits can be gained through the use of BIM and Digital Technologies.
BIM Breakfast Briefings Continued
This briefing has been developed as a guide to each section of PAS1192-2:2013 relating to BIM.
This presentation will outline tools and reporting workflows which add real value to projects.