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Talking about BIM

Some of those involved in the development and roll-out of BIM level two are taking part in an event hosted by BSRIA

Posted by Dave Higgitt | April 02, 2015 | Technology

As the government refines its BIM level two requirements, BSRIA is hosting an event to explain how to comply, through a number of documents and tools available now and in the near future. The event takes place at BSRIA’s Bracknell offices on 21 April and will include presentations, demonstrations and a Q&A session with BIM stakeholders.

Rob Manning from the government’s BIM task group and the client’s project manager for the work will set the scene, explaining the background to the level two BIM tools and how to comply.

Tina Pringle will explain the project from their perspective and demonstrate the outputs: he’s head of technical content and one of the senior managers on the project team of RIBA Enterprises, who were awarded the contract to develop a digital plan of work, classification structure and digital interface.

Discussion will also focus on the key elements companies need to understand, not only BIM practitioners but also anyone involved in level two BIM projects including those who will need to implement BIM in operational buildings.

Speakers will be on hand for the Q&A session, providing delegates with an opportunity to quiz some of the people involved in UK BIM development and its roll-out.

www.bsria.co.uk/goto/L2BIM

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