20:20 Series: the impact of the Government Construction Strategy
11 January 2013
The BECi (Built Environment Collaboration & Integration) 20:20 Series of presentations will look at these developments, including the aim to reduce the costs of public sector construction projects by 15 to 20 per cent, as well as BIM and carbon reduction.
You can find out more about BECi and the 20:20 Series on the BECi blog.
Book a place at one, or all, of the presentations in the series on the 20:20 Series page on the blog.
|24 January||(week 2)||Building Information Modeling - it's more than just 3D, isn't it?||Martin Ball|
|7 February||(week 4)||Intelligent client: an oxymoron?||Adam Clemens|
|21 February||(week 6)||Low carbon: is it a price worth paying?||Rob Garvey|
|7 March||(week 8)||Education: are we fit for purpose?||Tony Burke|
|21 March||(week 10)||Building Information Modelling - design input||Peter Silver|
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