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BIM - Level 2 and Beyond

This is an inclusive event. Student members, incorporated members, certified members and fellows do not pay a charge to attend this event. Affiliate and retired members pay a discounted member fee.

About the event

This would be of interest to all those who are delivering a CDM compliance role, particularly as a Principal Designer/Client. BIM is a tool than can effectively be used to give the Client a feel of what the delivered project would look like. This would be particularly important if the Client was aiming for something like a “hub” feel. 

More importantly it provides the Design Team with a quick view of where there is potential clash of construction components. As a clash detection “tool” it highlights optimum “runs” for the laying of services in the same space as steelwork – an absolute benefit to those who are working in buildings requiring refurbishment and we are working around existing service layouts etc.

It is used to reduce design risk, highlight possible solutions and should be used to “house” the design risk register so that as it is updated it is in everybody’s view; and it can be used as an FM tool by the Client and or End User. This digital innovation tool has brought new life to design teams that are geographical challenged and need to hold design review meetings by skype. 

About the speaker

Max Callaghan, of Ridge and Partners, is an experienced BIM co-ordinator and manager who has been involved in some significant major projects, working in a diverse range of sectors including residential, manufacturing, defence and commercial, pushing digital innovation in construction. 

Times
5.30pm: Registration and buffet
6.00pm: Presentation start

Prices
Inclusive members: no charge
Affiliate and Retired members: £10
Non members: £12

Location:
Faithful+Gould office, The Axis, 10th Floor, 10 Holiday St, BIRMINGHAM B1 1TF

Date:
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 - 17:30

Price:
£10.00
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£12.00
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CPD Points:
4

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