This BIMsiNZ event on 12 October is a free to attend event and we ask that all attendees pre-register prior to the day.
5:30pm - Doors open and networking
6:00pm - Welcome and presentation introduction – Glenn Jowett
6:05pm - Presentations
Presentation 1 - The Importance of Good Quality BIM - Johnathan Mudrovcic, Exactal
Presentation 2 - Enabling Digital Built Delivery at Transport for London - Will Hackney, Digital Built Leader, Infrastructure, Aurecon
7:20pm - Open floor discussion
7:30pm - Meeting Close
7:30pm onwards - Winnie Bagoes for networking with drinks and nibbles sponsored by Exactal
Presentation 1: The Importance of Good Quality BIM - Johnathan Mudrovcic, Exactal (Sponsors for the evening)
In today’s day and age where electronic take-off has become the norm, high quality drawing file types have become imperative to Quantity Surveyors and Estimators all over the world. Speedy digital dimension data extraction in 2D and 3D means huge time savings in quantity take-off, improved accuracy and much faster response times leading to better-informed decision making. There are other improvements as well such as revision capabilities to manage scope changes, and live links between drawings and costs keeping estimates up to date to avoid “scope creep”. This presentation will explore how these new revolutions in BIM are allowing QSs and Estimators to collaborate more closely with Designers and Owners throughout design and construction, ultimately driving better cost and whole-of-life outcomes overall.
Johnathan Mudrovcic is a Product Specialist in the New Zealand office of Exactal, the makers of on-screen measuring and estimating software CostX. At Exactal, Johnathan provides frontline support for Australia and New Zealand-based clients and plays an important part in developing the product for the Oceanic market. Johnathan received a Bachelor of Construction Economics with Honours in Quantity Surveying from Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in South Africa and worked on several large projects in the region before emigrating to New Zealand. He has a wealth of experience in various areas, including developing various training materials for Exactal, and has travelled around the world giving CostX BIM training courses to some of Exactal’s largest clients.
Presentation 2: Enabling Digital Built Delivery at Transport for London - Will Hackney, Digital Built Leader, Infrastructure, Aurecon
A look at some of the key challenges and solutions towards enabling a Transport Owner Operator in preparing for a Government directive around ‘BIM.’
Focussing on People, Process, Information and Technology, the key themes that should be considered when digitally transforming an organisation and its supply chain, expressed in relation to the UK ‘BIM Level 2’ Framework approach.
With a Civil Engineering background and an MSc in IT Management in Construction, Will has developed a wealth of experience in managing and implementing a Digital Built approach (aka BIM), both strategically and technically, with much of his career to date with a UK Main Contractor. A member of BIM4Infrastructure, BIM4Clients and the BIM2050 Group in the UK and the Standards Australia ISO19650 Working Group. Will continues to influence industry best practice for life-cycle information modelling and management.
Will has recently joined Aurecon from Transport for London (TfL), the UK’s largest infrastructure operator/owner, having delivered a business transformation programme for Information Modelling & Management (IM&M) in line with the UK Governments BIM Level 2 Mandate for 2016.
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