Module A

Caroline Marshall

Caroline Marshall

Shaun

July 12th, 2013

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Carolyn Marshall is an architect, currently working for the Department of Finance, Building Management and Works (BMW) as an Assistant Director in the Planning and Practice Division. BIM policy and implementation is part of a building quality focus for the Department along with design reviews, […]

CPD Points at The BIM Day Out

CPD Points at The BIM Day Out

Shaun

July 4th, 2013

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CPD at the BIM day out What do you want to take with you after this conference? Maybe; networking opportunities, fresh eyes on the latest technologies, thought provoking ideas; practical skills or hands on experience? We hope these and more apply to you.  Or what […]

Introduction to Vico Office: One Slab Hand-on

Introduction to Vico Office: One Slab Hand-on

Michael

June 19th, 2013

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Presented by Christopher  Mouflard  BIM needs to be used beyond the design and trade coordination phases. This type of lifecycle approach to leveraging BIM data can really only work in an integrated solution. Vico Office is the market leading product in integrated 5D BIM construction management. […]

Implementing True 4D BIM: 4 Hospital Case Studies

Implementing True 4D BIM: 4 Hospital Case Studies

Michael

June 19th, 2013

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Presented by Christopher  Mouflard  You can’t estimate the project without understanding the schedule.  The same holds true on a BIM-based project: you need good 4D to do 5D!  True 4D BIM is comprised of 4 components: quantities by location, flowline scheduling, on-site production control, and 4D […]

Trimble Buildings

Trimble Buildings

Matt

June 17th, 2013

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Trimble Buildings has a unique combination of software, hardware, and services solutions for GCs and CMs. Incorporating Trimble’s advanced positioning and geospatial technologies, and spanning the brands of Meridian Systems, SketchUp, Tekla, Vico Software, and WinEst, the Trimble Buildings portfolio is designed specifically for builders […]

Are you Content

Are you Content

Shaun

June 11th, 2013

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Content Creator Panel Michael Ruehr, Chris Price,Ben Fox,Fergus Hohnen Pesenters will spend 10 Minutes each on their priorities and approach to good content creation Q&A session from the floor to round out Manufacturer content the big issues There are currently differences between what manufacturers want […]

Galvin Engineering

Galvin Engineering

Matt

June 10th, 2013

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With a proud design and manufacturing history spanning 80 years, Galvin Engineering vision is to be Australia’s most reliable supplier of specialised commercial taps and valves.  We aim for a 95% referral rate from specifiers in the health, education and correctional markets as we guarantee […]

Autodesk

Autodesk

Shaun

June 4th, 2013

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AUTODESK® is a world leader in 3D design software for entertainment, natural resources, manufacturing, engineering, construction, and civil infrastructure. Click here for Autodesk BIM Autodesk BIM products facilitate an improved way of working collaboratively on building, infrastructure, and plant projects, using a model created from coordinated, […]

The Right Tools for Construction in the New Millennium

The Right Tools for Construction in the New Millennium

Michael

June 3rd, 2013

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Presented by  Levi Naas Design Coordinator at BGC Introduction on selecting the right tools for collaborative BIM as an integrated construction practice. Learn about the current technological trends to support lean construction principles such as Integrated Project Delivery, Target Value Design, and Last Planner. Identify […]

Building Information Modelling in Building and Infrastructure Construction

Building Information Modelling in Building and Infrastructure Construction

Michael

May 30th, 2013

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Presented by Prof. Xiangyu Wang This Talk will give an overview and the state of the art review of  new concepts in BIM. Trends and their applications in building and infrastructure construction. Best practices that have been identified to improve the community of practice. Australasian […]

“I BIM misunderstood” Module [C] Education Engineers & Construction

“I BIM misunderstood” Module [C] Education Engineers & Construction

Michael

May 24th, 2013

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Module [C] Education Engineers & Construction Convener: Discussion: How can we teach BIM to improve engineering? Lean Construction Heightened Productivity What positive result Engineers and Construction Professionals see? What are the challenges they face What skill set would practitioners require from students? How can we […]

“Hear me out, I BIM misunderstood”

“Hear me out, I BIM misunderstood”

Michael

May 24th, 2013

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The Education Session Series : “Hear me out, I BIM misunderstood” These sessions (four) will focus specifically on the importance of Building Information Modelling (BIM) drawn from the perspective of these following organizations: 1) Educators from Universities and TAFE, 2) BIM experts made up of BIM managers and BIM technicians 3) […]

Sambit Datta

Sambit Datta

Michael

May 23rd, 2013

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Professor of Architecture, Curtin University Datta’s research contributions are in the areas of design theory, spatial representation, cultural informatics and architectural making. Focussing on the development of novel computational techniques, his research is contributing to our understanding of design thinking, building geometry and urban form. He […]

Western Australian Revit User Group

Western Australian Revit User Group

Matt

March 21st, 2013

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The Western Australian Revit User Group is a not for profit group that seeks to promote the use of Revit during all stages of the design and construction process within the architecture, engineering and construction industry. Our membership is made up of Revit users with […]

Andrew Harp

Andrew Harp

admin

March 19th, 2013

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BIM Manager, Silver Thomas Hanley Perth Specialising in Revit and Navisworks m Andrew is currently positioned at STH Architects (Perth) as their BIM Manager, leading the training and implementation along with developing process and protocol. The BIM Day Out is a natural progression in sharing […]