Information Management – the fundamentals for implementing BIM
BIM is happening whether you like it or not. The Regional BIM Hubs are here to support anyone who wants to understand what BIM means and the implications this will have on the entire industry. The London and SE Regional Hub in association with the University of Westminster have designed a series of events develop a learner's capability to adopt and implement BIM within their organisation and projects.
Seven events are scheduled, one per month from October through to April, and while each event can be attended in isolation, maximum benefit will be derived from signing up to attend all events. Each event incorporates activities geared to developing the learner's capability and includes additional voluntary pre-event reading material and post event exercises.
Why you should attend
Develop confidence and capability to implement BIM within your organisation and projects.
Designed to incorporate the BIM Task Group Learning Outcomes.
Opportunity to enrol on the University of Westminster Postgraduate Certificate in Building Information Management.
Who should attend
The events are geared towards people within any discipline of the Built Environment with no or limited understanding of BIM.
What to do next
The seven events
All events will take place between 6pm and 8pm at the Marylebone Campus, University of Westminster.
The format for each event will involve a variety of experts with different perspectives of BIM, who will make a brief presentations, filmed by The B1M, and a subsequent Q&A Session.
- 14 October 2015: What is BIM?
- 11 November 2015: Why Adopt BIM?
- 9 December 2015: How to Implement BIM
- 20 January 2016: Utilising BIM Technology
- 10 February 2016: What good data looks like
- 2 March 2016: BIM and Contracts
- 23 March 2016: Level 3 BIM, Digital Built Britain
Who is involved?
London & SE BIM Hub in association with University of Westminster.
London & SE BIM Hub chaired by John Eynon and Rob Garvey.