BIM: Lifecycle Challenge and Smart Contracts

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Date: 14 September 2017
Venue: Bristol Business School, Frenchay Campus
Time: See below


The UK Government has been driving change in the construction industry by developing a long-term vision. The Construction Strategy 2025 indicates key areas to enhance with specific targets to meet within the next years and BIM is defined as the driver to meet these goals. We want to share valuable lessons that we have learned and look at how we will be improving in the future as we work towards Construction Strategy 2025.

About the conference

The key focus of this conference is the life cycle challenge; Design, Build and Maintain that all BIM (Building information modeling) stakeholders face and will include developments of Smart Contracts. Designers, contractors and clients with different levels of BIM maturity would benefit from learning about meeting this challenge; reaping the benefits and overcoming constraints.

View the event brochure to find out more about the below:

  • keynote speakers;
  • event schedule;
  • workshop facilitators; etc.

How to attend

UWE Bristol appreciates the work of professional organisations within the field, and wishes to work alongside them in promoting this event. To this end, discounted delegate fees (£30) will be offered to:

  • CESW Construction Excellence South West
  • CEng Chartered Engineers
  • CICES Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors
  • CIOB The Chartered Institute of Building
  • BIFM British Institute of Facilities Management
  • RICS Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
  • RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects
  • BCS The Chartered Institute for IT
  • Society of Construction Law members
  • UWE Bristol Alumni.

The full delegate rate is £50. The event will be free for UWE students and staff to attend. Click here to register and confirm your place at the conference (card payments only).

Cost: See above
Contact: Lynn Goh
Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 84250
E-mail: lynn.goh@uwe.ac.uk

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