This two-day workshop provides attendees with a robust fundamental knowledge of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in New Zealand.
It introduces the best practice use of BIM in New Zealand by exploring established BIM industry standards, methods and procedures. This includes emerging international information management standards, buildingSMART International standards, internationally recognised good practice, and other local and international developments, such as the openBIM initiatives formed to facilitate interoperability. The workshop also focuses on the information delivery cycle and information management as the processes that enable successful BIM Level 2 delivery.
By completing this workshop, attendees will be able to define key BIM terminology, understand the context of the BIM maturity levels, the requirement of BIM Level 2, the advantages and barriers of BIM adoption, as well as navigate the key documents, responsibilities, processes, and deliverables required to successfully implement BIM within companies and projects.
Four Best practice BIM in New Zealand workshops will be delivered across Aukland, Wellington and Christchurch from 4 – 14 August 2015.
Supported by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE), the BIM Acceleration Committee, the Building and Construction Productivity Partnership, and BRANZ.
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