Due to the success of our recent BIM (Building Information Modelling) workshop, we are again joining our archaeology partner, Wessex Archaeology, to host another workshop to explore the BIM compatibility of ecology and archaeology for large construction projects.
This workshop will feature guest presentations by thinkBIM Ambassadors, including the Chair of thinkBIM Duncan Reed, exploring the future role of BIM in infrastructure. Chris Brayne from Wessex Archaeology and Tim Donoyou from Thomson Ecology will also speak about the ways in which archaeology and ecology can be integrated to benefit both the historic and natural environment to aid the project process.
There will also be plenty of time for questions and discussion, as well as opportunities throughout the day to network with other attendees.
This free of charge event is being held at the Royal Armouries in Leeds on Thursday 30th April. A buffet lunch will be provided.
If you are a BIM project manager and would like to attend please email us. Places are limited!