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BSRIA backs ICE BIM 2015 Conference

BSRIA has announced its support for the ICE BIM 2015 Conference – “Realising the Promise” - Wednesday 21st October at the Park Plaza Victoria Hotel, London.

ICE BIM 2015 will explore the benefits and challenges beyond the model, asking what can and can’t be achieved using BIM to operate and manage assets.

The conference will examine a more efficient, predictable and a better informed built environment integrating further BIM practices and maximising benefits for all.

Delegates will hear from experts who are maximising the potential of BIM in disciplines such as health and safety, security, procurement, contracts and sustainability.

The Institution’s BIM Action Group is conducting the annual BIM Heat map survey, results will be announced at the conference. 

Speakers announced so far include: Ivor Barbrook, Head of Design and BIM Implementation, BAM Nuttall Ltd; Mark Bew MBE, Head, UK Government Task Group for BIM; James Eaton, Group Head of Digital Engineering, Laing O’Rourke; Anne Kemp, Director, BIM Strategy and Implementation, Atkins and Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical Information, Crossrail.

Tim Page, Marketing Manager, said: “BSRIA is delighted to be supporting this conference. As BIM becomes fully realised it has the potential to transform industry and play a significant role in realising the objectives of Construction 2025.”

The conference will be held from 9:00 – 17:00 hrs at the Park Plaza Victoria London, 239 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, SW1V 1EQ. A reduced rate will be applied for BSRIA members wishing to attend. To book: http://www.ice-conferences.com/ice-bim-2015/registration/

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