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The Fifth Annual BIM and LEAN Construction Conference

15-03-2017
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Building on the well-attended first four conferences, in particular last year’s conference on BIM and Lean, this year’s conference will showcase successful applications of BIM by many disciplines in all the lifecycle phases. As in previous years, the speakers will speak from personal experience in applying BIM beneficially and quantify the costs and benefits of BIM use as much as possible. They will present examples of using BIM on a wide range of types of projects and in support of many roles, disciplines, and life cycle phases from project idea to facility management.

About the conference
The last 12 months have brought many advancements in the breadth and depth of BIM use. Tougher market conditions and client requirements and more and more powerful communication, mobile, cloud, collaboration, 3D positioning, and other technologies underscore the importance of well-structured information to design, build, and manage successful construction projects. BIM is the best technology available today to structure project information well and make it useful for people and a wide range of computing systems. 

Building on the well-attended first four conferences, in particular last year’s conference on BIM and Lean, this year’s conference will showcase successful applications of BIM by many disciplines in all the lifecycle phases. As in previous years, the speakers will speak from personal experience in applying BIM beneficially and quantify the costs and benefits of BIM use as much as possible. They will present examples of using BIM on a wide range of types of projects and in support of many roles, disciplines, and life cycle phases from project idea to facility management.

 The value added by the construction industry is defined by designing, building, and then operating the right building, plant, or infrastructure system efficiently. This puts the building (or product) squarely in the center of attention for all parties involved in a construction project. BIM is the best technology available on the market to represent and share the information about the product and therefore support the value-adding activities of all members of a project team. Maintaining and communicating a common information basis, or single source of truth, has always been a challenge given changing market conditions that shape the structure to be built as well as how it is designed, built, and operated. 

Since the combination of the technologies listed above combined with BIM has great potential for addressing these challenges, we selected the theme of the 5th BIM Conference as “BIM anywhere all the time for everyone”. We hope you will join us for this insightful and strategic event!

Dr. Martin Fischer
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
Director, Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE)

Target audience
The material presented is relevant for public and private owners and operators, developers, designers, general contractors, and trade contractors of industrial, oil and gas, commercial, infrastructure, institutional, and residential projects. Project leaders and key management personnel will use their gained knowledge from the conference in order to improve their organization’s BIM and Lean Construction strategy.

What will you learn?
New Participants

  • How to deploy BIM-based practices across a company.
  • How to connect a construction site to the design and vice versa frequently and efficiently (Lean Construction focus).
  • How to leverage Lean Construction management methods for better control of material flows and construction work.
  • How to focus on the key value-adding BIM applications.
  • Application and value of BIM for complex projects like infrastructure, research facilities and hospitals.
  • Common applications of BIM and Lean principles for diverse types of projects.

BIM Experience

  • How to think about the strategy of a company considering the power of BIM and Leanrelated technologies and methodologies.
  • Learn how to minimize waste of materials, time, and effort using the latest Lean Construction principles.
  • How to instrument BIM-based design, planning, coordination and construction processes to learn about work progression and detect major problems.
  • How BIM and project controls help us ensure that every job is done right the first time.
  • How to connect BIM-based information with daily construction work and planning.

Provided tools and attendance certificates
All delegates completing both the conference and workshop will be given a “Certificate of Attendance” endorsed by Stanford CIFE. Attendees registering only for the exclusive course will also be given a “Certificate of Attendance”. Presentations, photos and conference videos will be available to download from the website shortly after the conference ends. Attendees will be emailed once all materials are ready for download. This year as well, delegates will be provided with a “Special Gift”!

 

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Details

Start: May 23, 2017 9:00 am 

End: May 24, 2017 5:00 pm 

Executive Course: May 25, 2017 

Website: http://bimconference.me/

  

Venue

Habtoor Grand Resort

Al Falea Street, Jumeirah Beach Dubai, UAE.

 

 

Contacts 

For Media:
Robertina Kidjekouchian
CCT International
T: +961 1 819500
E: Rkidjekouchian@cctintl.com

  

 

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