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BIM for Architects: Practice Management and Project Delivery
Wed. 10 May 2017, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEST
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has been implemented to varying degrees across the Architectural Profession. With the Queensland Government’s recent release of ‘Building Information Modelling – Draft Policy and Principals for Queensland” document, now is the time to act. At this event you will hear from leading BIM practices on uses of BIM for Architects outside of just modelling for coordination.
What you BIM up to! : The current state of BIM from Government to Fees | Nathan Hildebrandt | Associate Director | BIM Manager, Fulton Trotter Architects
Nathan will provide an industry update on the current positions of Government and tackle some of the key questions people ask when they are investigating the implementation of BIM. Including the Queensland Government’s Draft BIM Policy, IP, Training, Fees and Standards.
Delivering Quality with BIM | Mark Cronin | Senior Executive – Design Systems & Technology, Peddle Thorp
When implemented properly, BIM can be used as part of a wider Quality Assurance solution to deliver better outcomes to clients and reduce risk to your business. Mark will present Peddle Thorp’s BIM journey with a focus on leveraging BIM for efficiency, consistency and transparency.
BIM ideology in computational design | Alex Leese | Associate, Cox Architecture
Computational design and BIM have a strong synergy in that structurally they leverage the advantages of single source data sets to control information. Computation design in architecture is a method of defining relationships between elements that can be associated multiple times, even across multiple projects. Alex will demonstrate the advantages of this workflow through a case study of the National Maritime Museum of China and the Anna Meares Velodrome.
This CPD is accredited for 2 Formal CPD points.