Building Live on 29 November promises to deliver a range of engaging seminars designed across four sessions, each addressing major themes for the sector including BIM Level 3 – a vision of a Digital Built Britain, optimising BIM Level 2, operational benefits - delivering value and a vision of the future.
As content partners, BIM Academy and Ryder Architecture have been working with the Building Live team to ensure the content is relevant, practical, useful and of value to the delegates attending on the day. The morning session will be opened and facilitated by John Lorimer, chair of BIM Academy, where the focus will be on delivering the governments delivery strategy for Level 3 BIM. Associate, Graham Kelly will also be sharing his knowledge and experience of BIM for asset management in the operational benefits BIM debate, including BIM Academy’s experiences helping deliver the BIM for FM solution for Sydney Opera House.
Ryder partner, Richard Wise and director, Mark Clasper will be part of a panel discussing how to gain maximum business benefits by optimising BIM.
Mark Thompson, managing partner at Ryder said, “We’re delighted to be involved with the programme of events which will provide high level insight around the challenges facing the built environment.”
Peter Barker, managing director of BIM Academy and Ryder director added, “Since we founded BIM Academy six years ago we’ve gained some deep insights into the challenges and opportunities which the digital sector brings to our industry and it’s great to share these in this forum.”