How time flies! The Revit Technology Conference is now only a few days away! This is one of my favourite conferences of the year.
As it’s almost in my backyard there’s no excuses for me not attending. And the fact that I’m speaking at two of the sessions makes it all the more certain!
I’m joining [...]
It has a longer format than usual with three 45 minute presentations from respected industry speakers starting at 1 pm. This is followed by an evening session that includes a quick fire round of 12 [...]
McGraw Hill’s Business Value of BIM for Construction in Major Global Markets SmartMarket Report 2014 was released a few days ago.
While Building Information Modeling (BIM) is rapidly [...]
Just a quick reminder that the final BrisBIM Gathering for the year is this Wednesday the 4th of December. While it is at QUT again, it is at a different location. Whilst still in the Science and Engineering Centre (P Block), it is on level 4 (two levels lower than usual) at The [...]
I’m sure you’ve all come across the McGraw-Hill’s BIM reports previously, such as the ‘The Business Value of BIM in North America‘. They are currently undertaking research for a report on BIM down under; BIM Adoption and Value Survey for Australia and New Zealand. If you are in [...]
This one has been on my radar for a few weeks but I just haven’t got around to posting about it. Penn State University, well known in BIM circles for producing comprehensive documentation, have updated their BIM Planning Guide for Facility Owners. Version 2.0 was published in June and is available from the
After a hugely successful Inaugural BrisBIM Gathering back in April, the next one has rolled around already! It’s next Wednesday the 19th June:
Arrive from 5:00pm
5:30pm – Intro & Announcements
5:45pm – Introduction to the buildingSMART National BIM Initiative (NBI), Peter Scuderi(buildingSMART)
5:50pm – BIM: Why it should be [...]
There has been a bit more interest in LOD recently. There was this extensive post not so long ago, over at Anthony McPhee’s blog, practical BIM. And just today I read that the first draft of the BIM Level of Development (LOD) Specification is finally available for public comment. I came across this at [...]
Just a quick post to remind you all that the Inaugural BrisBIM Gathering is tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd April.
There are some great presentations lined up:
Arrive from 5:00pm
5:30pm – Introduction & Announcements
5:40pm – My BIM’s bigger than your BIM!, Franz Hein (Woods Bagot)
6:00pm – Realising the advantages of [...]
In this week of big software releases (as usual David’s “What’s New in Revit 2014” post is more than suitably detailed) there was another launch, although slightly smaller and closer to home (for those in Brisbane!). While it may not yet be 100% official, the word is out ;
What is [...]
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