Mid-way through adoption, many in the built environment are feeling the need for clarity on the direction and destination of Building Information Modelling (BIM).
BIM has the potential to improve efficiency, performance and sustainability – both during and post-construction. Whilst also reducing cost and waste, and adding value to the client. Come to ICE BIM 2013 to find out how from engineers and projects actually doing it.
To close the common gap between the reality and potential of BIM deliverables, ICE BIM 2013 will bring together asset owners with the whole supply chain and feature best practice case studies from the coal face.
The third annual ICE BIM conference at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel in London, will provide a guide on what to aim for and how to get there.
- Starting with the end user: aligning BIM to business goals
- Improving collaboration, efficiency and performance during construction
- Post-build savings: on-going operational management and intelligent infrastructure
- Overcoming the barriers to adoption: desiloeing the industry and fostering collaboration
For further information and to book click here.