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BSRIA launches BIM implementation course

BSRIA are launching a new training course on designed to help clients develop a BIM implementation plan.

In a statement, BSRIA said: “Companies are increasingly looking at how BIM can help them achieve their business objectives. BIM can be a mechanism for making high quality information about an asset available from inception, through design, construction and operation to disposal. It enables bet ter decisions to be made during procurement, and provides an improved level of data to the FM team.

Efficiency can be improved by keeping accurate information on the installed asset and informing key decisions around strategic development plans.

This one day course will give clients a good understanding of the principles of BIM, and will then demonstrate how to develop a BIM implementation plan.”

Material to be covered includes the Government’s perspective on BIM, the BIM implementation ‘roadmap, identifying stakeholders and projects, process and commercial considerations, governance and risk.

The course will be presented by John Sands and Graeme Tappenham. John is a principal consultant and BIM lead at BSRIA. Graeme is an independent consultant and member of the UK Cabinet Office BIM Task Group.

This one day course on 23rd April will be run at BSRIA’s Bracknell office but can also be brought to your office at a time to suit you. For more information about the course please contact David Bleicher on 01344 465 589

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