Two-day conference, which takes place at Manchester Central, 8-9 April 2015, caters for both BIM beginners and advanced practitioners
BIM Show Live, the UK conference dedicated to building information modelling, has announced its programme with over 32 hours of seminars, live demonstrations and master classes presented by over 50 industry experts.
The programme features two days of content spanning the four stages of BIM, enabling delegates to pick relevant sessions from Define & Validate, through to Operate & Maintain.
The scope of BIM continues to grow, as many are still just starting to implement it, others are pushing the boundaries far beyond the Government’s level 2 requirements for 2016. The organisers of BIM Show Live say it is the perfect place for beginners to dip their toe in the world of BIM and learn the real benefits of implementing it in their projects, whilst advanced users can hear about then next steps in widening their implementation to include HSE, facilities managers and strengthen the connection with suppliers and clients.
With 700 BIM users from all disciplines from architects and engineers to quantity surveyors, clients and suppliers, BIM Show Live also offers networking opportunities with the UK community. The BIM Show Party on the first night allows for discussion of the day’s topics, and reconnecting with colleagues old and new over a drink or two.
Delegates can save £50 with an Early Bird rate, which ends 27 February. Group discounts and student rates are also available, along with discounted accommodation options for all delegates.
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