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BIM Level 2 Roundtable Discussion Series - Roundtable 2 - Constructors

The Centre for Digital Built Britain (CDBB) is pleased to announce their BIM Level 2 Roundtable Discussion Series in association with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
When Oct 19, 2018
Where CIOB London
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Attendees This event is invitation only.
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BIM Level 2 provides important foundations that will help enable delivery of a future digital economy, it is therefore vitally important that the construction industry continue their progress towards delivery of BIM Level 2 as business as usual and it is for this reason the roundtable series is being held. Discussions will include subject areas such as training, constructor, professional service provider, manufacturer and SME engagement, and also technology provision, with the aim of gaining improved understanding of progress to date and what still remains to be achieved.

This Second Roundtable will focus on Construction and aims to address the question: ‘Does BIM Level 2 change the role of the Tier 1 Constructor?’. With clients increasingly looking to procure the beneficial outputs of BIM Level 2, namely quality assured information/data and also the increasing use of Modern Methods of Construction approaches, helping them to improve not only capital delivery, but also to deliver full-life operational efficiencies, what is the impact on a Constructor’s competitiveness, delivery, their internal skills sets and those of their supply chain, including their design consultants, suppliers and contractors, especially SME companies. What can Constructors do to deliver BIM Level 2 as business as usual and what do they need to help deliver this?

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