Introduction

BIM SCOTLAND 2017

Adoption through Collaboration – Make it Digital

 

Welcome to the BIM Scotland 2017 conference to be hosted by FutureScot in Glasgow on Tuesday 17 January 2017.

This must attend BIM event will provide a platform for practitioners, academics, supplier and procurement professionals to exchange ideas on innovation, development and implementation.  Without doubt this will be the networking event of 2017

The overriding theme and timing of the event fits with Scottish public sector requirements to adopt BIM level 2 by April 2017, and will be the recurring theme throughout the day.

Digital transformation within the construction industry offers a new paradigm for efficiencies in project delivery and it is important that BIM technologies and processes are adopted if Scotland is to have a leading place in the world.

Join us at the BIM Scotland 2017 conference, as we bring together a host of BIM experts and digital built environment professionals to explore how you and your organisation can realise the benefits of BIM level 2.

 

Case studies and practical examples

Throughout the day, in plenary and workshop, you can learn from practical examples and best practice case studies of how technology can unlock more collaborative working including:

  • How to change the way we price and achieve savings
  • Driven Asset Procurement Common Data Environment, management and sharing
  • CS-IC Industry Support Programme
  • KPI’s, process and standards
  • New and evolving digital technologies
  • Built Asset Lifecycle Intelligence

It is vital that public sector organisations and built environment professionals understand the requirements of the Scottish BIM programme as they prepare for the adoption of BIM Level 2 by April 2017. This one day conference is ideal for professionals across the industry in both the private and public sectors:

Contractors, Consultants Architects, Structural Engineers, Academics, Training Organisations, Colleges, Universities, Trade Associations, Local and Central Government.

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