Third Party Event

29 Apr 2018 - 30 Apr 2018

The previous five conferences have shown numerous examples of beneficial applications of building information modelling (BIM) for developing, designing, building and operating buildings and infrastructure.

Leading companies are now institutionalising BIM-based practices so that they have a common way of leveraging the increasingly large amounts of data for their own benefit, the benefit of their project teams, their clients and the entire company. These developments raise further questions about which BIM-based practices are most important to keep the company’s contributions relevant for its customers in the face of changing technologies, building requirements, management and contract practices, and business models. 

BIM 6 will explore how companies are deepening the use of BIM through design, construction and facility management, and creating standard best practices to be applied to all their projects. It will also offer a serious look at emerging technologies, including augmented reality, 3D printing, robotics, industrialised construction, Internet of Things and data analytics.

Target audience 
The material presented is relevant for owners and operators, developers, designers, general contractors and trade contractors of industrial, oil and gas, commercial, infrastructure, institutional and residential projects across the public and private sectors. Project leaders and key management personnel will be able to use the knowledge gained from the conference to improve their organisation’s BIM and lean construction strategy.

Certificate of attendance
Delegates completing both the conference and workshop will be given a certificate of attendance endorsed by the Centre for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE), Stanford University.

Oxford Business group is a research partner for BIM 6.

For more information on BIM 6, visit the website
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