London — The Institution of Civil Engineers’ ICE BIM 2014 conference, Oct. 29, 2014, will bring industry and government together to discuss how the UK is creating the best digital engineers in the world. The program will focus on implementation of BIM across the supply chain, best practice case studies, updates and cross sector comparisons, and mapping the way forward.
ICE BIM 2014 features the following presentations:
- Mark Bew MBE discussing UK Government leadership and the 'hand back' of BIM to industry
- An overview from Sellafield on the BIM nuclear strategy
- A556 Knutsford to Bowden Improvement Scheme — the trials and development of the Highways Agency as an early adopter
- BIM for contractors — the devil is in the detail
- BIM in Japan and findings from 38 infrastructure projects
- A panel session debating requirements for clients, featuring the CEO of Crossrail
- BIM for asset management with Manchester City Council
- A look at innovation in technology
Delegates will learn from those using BIM with real success, including early adopters, who will provide guidance on using BIM to actually improve efficiency and performance, reduce costs and waste, and to add value for the client.
A detailed program and registration information is available at www.ice-conferences.com/ice-bim-2014.