Who are we?
BIMnet brings together key players in the market, facilitating learning through our speakers and helping individuals and companies generate mutual opportunities. BIM is changing the landscape of the construction industry at an ever increasing rate, its adoption involves change with inherently different ways of working and conceptualising of projects by all those involved in the process. We are ever more seeing BIM being used across all phases of a project: from conception, the production of the design and management of construction information, through to end-user facilities management and operation. As adoption has increased, so has the perceived scope of what can be achieved in what sometimes is a confusing environment; BIMnet was conceived to track direction, tools, legislation and most importantly real world achievements.
BIMnet is hosting a series of events that will focus on topics which aim to bring together thoughts and requirements that look past the mandate and will try to focus on real word BIM implementation, lessons learnt and examples where real benefit has been achieved.
2016 has seen the arrival of the Government BIM Mandate... So what does that mean!? What have we achieved? How far have we gone? All this before we get excited or possibly scared about BIM Level 3!... what have we achieved with respect to delivering BIM Level 2? Early adopters are using new software tools and PAS control documents to produce ever more collaborated models with ever increasing Levels of Detail and Information in accordance with Employers Information Requirements. What is the reality of this step change currently happening around us? How are the changes to our workflows and outputs impacting our AEC industry? Is BIM delivering the time and cost savings? Are we reducing carbon and are assets delivering better for end users? BIMnet hopes to explore and challenge progress, support Design, Build, Construct and Operate professionals by providing a series of sessions designed to inform and allow insights into real world BIM implementation on real world projects.
Who should attend?
BIMnet is aimed at Architects, Engineers, Project and Information Managers, Civil and Structural Engineers, Contractors, Manufacturers, Company Directors, End Users, Facilities Managers, and anyone interested in BIM, its impact and issues within the construction arena.
Suppliers are invited to attend as event sponsors. If you are interested in learning more about our exclusive sponsorship package, please contact us
- Exclusive sponsorship
- Exposure to 40+ relevant BIM focussed attendees
- Presentation at the networking event (10 min)
- Prime location for your banners or stands
- Your company logo and sponsor website link to appear on the front page of BIMnet website pre-event and 2 weeks post event
- Your company logo and sponsor website link on BIMnet email/registration correspondence pre/post event
- Your company logo to appear on BIMnet collateral relating to sponsored event
- Link to your presentation content from BIMnet website
- Opportunity to distribute your own branded material to delegates at your event
Shortlisted for BIM Initiative of the Year
The latest BIMnet event took place on the 18th July at Bespoke Careers . A copy of the presentation can be accesses via the link below.
Registration to the next BIMnet will be open as soon as the date is confirmed.
PREVIOUS PRESENTATION LINKS
BIM Task Group Update
David Philp, BIM Task Group
MassMotion: Pedestrian Simulation for BIM Environments
Peter Debney, Oasys
BIM2050: Update and Progress - A year later
Rebecca De Cicco
Mobilising BIM - Improving delivery processes on the construction site with mobile solutions
Lee Mullin - North Europe Technical Specialist, Autodesk.
Relating 2D documentation to the model on your mobile device
Ben Wallbank, SmartBIM Solutions and Rob Kalocay, Graphisoft.
Trimble BIM and Build and GC Project overview for BIMnet
David Evans, Business Development Manager of Tekla
Leveraging the value in BIM to Engage, Inspire and Win
Scott Grant, Soluis
BIM: The UK Government Task Update
David Philp, Head of BIM Implementation, Cabinet Office
"The Government mandate will help drive adoption
However, this 'pull' is being equally met by an industry 'push'. We have the perfect storm for BIM in the UK and I am confident that we will not miss this opportunity for reform and to reset our construction default."
Global BIM/IM Consultancy Director, AECOM and Head of BIM Implementation at the Cabinet Office