Attendance is FREE. Food and drinks will be provided but pre-event registration is essential.
All attendees are required to register prior to the day of the event.
5.30pm - Doors Open / Networking
6.00pm - Welcome and Introduction - BIM AK Committee
6.05pm - Sponsors address - GHD
6.10pm - Presentation 1 - Matthew Duder, EBOSS - 2017 EBOSS BIM Survey Results
The fourth survey in this series of five has just been completed, taking another snapshot of the state of BIM uptake across the New Zealand Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Industry. Matthew Duder from EBOSS will present the findings of this year's survey, taken across a broad spectrum of the NZ industry, including designers, construction companies, and facility owners and managers.
6.35pm - Presentation 2 - Olivia Pearson, Ignite Architects - Computational Building Design Conference Roundup
Olivia Pearson from Ignite Architects will present some of her learnings from the recently attended 'Computation Building design' Conference in San Francisco, America covering:
- Typical Architectural firm structures being created due to technology requirements/demand
- Generative design tools being created.
- Main tools currently being used by well know architectural companies.
- Award winning VR example.
6.45pm - Presentation 3 - Ignite Architects and Jacobs - 'The Country Club', Huapai - Project Case Study
The Country Club Huapai, Auckland, a 6 ha site with 57,000 m² made up of 40 buildings.
Olivia will also co present with James Channell from Jacobs covering:
BIM in master planning & early design phases, Virtual Reality use with design team and client, Masterkey, Civil 12D models, separate server live coordination for all consultants.
James Channell, QS from Jacobs will discuss how the use of 5D cost planning to help ‘The Country Club Huapai’ client understand a projects profitability at the concept stage.
7.10pm - Presentation 4 - Cyrille Pennavaire - Fletcher Construction - Best-practice on (open)BIM use from the Netherlands: the Federated Hamburger & the basic Information Delivery Manual.
Although BIM is not mandatory in the Netherlands, the AECO industry has quickly adopted the use of BIM in the past decade. The use of Aspect models and open standards such as IFC and BCF (BIM Collaboration Format) is common practice. In 2016 an industry led open BIM initiative was launched, and has been adopted by over 200 companies within a timespan of just a year. The introduction of a 'basic IDM' (Information Delivery Manual) is not 'new', but merely a simple translation of how to use the open standards effectively, so that essential information can be shared in a structured manner between organisations collaborating within a project. The use of open Standards and the basic IDM will be explained using best-practise examples from the ‘Space-S’ and ‘Blok 63’ projects.
7.40pm - Drinks and Networking
8.00pm - Event Closed