Breakfast workshop, 2nd December 2014.
This short meeting has been organised to explore the BIM compatibility of ecology, archaeology and other data, external to buildings.
The programme starts at 8am with breakfast, followed by talks from David Philp, Head of BIM UK task group, Chris Brayne, MD of Wessex Archaeology, Tim Donoyou, Head of Geospatial at Thomson Ecology, and Matt Blackwell, Head of BIM at Costain Ltd. Following questions and discussion, the meeting will draw to a close at 11am.
This is a free event.
Places are limited and are going fast, so to book your place please email us as soon as possible.
Hosted by Thomson Ecology and Wessex Archaeology
08.00 Registration, coffee, bacon rolls, pastries etc
08.30 David Philp, Head of BIM UK task group
09.00 Chris Brayne, MD, Wessex Archaeology
10.00 Tim Donoyou, Head of Geospatial, Thomson Ecology
10.30 Matt Blackwell, Head of BIM, Costain Ltd
11.00 Coffee, networking
CIWEM offices, 106 – 109 Saffron Hill
London EC1N 8QS
“Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a collaborative way of working, underpinned by the digital technologies which unlock more efficient methods of designing, creating and maintaining our assets. BIM embeds key product and asset data and a 3 dimensional computer model that can be used for effective management of information throughout a project lifecycle – from earliest concept through to operation. It has been described as a game-changing ICT and cultural process for the construction sector.