08:30 Registration and refreshments
09:30 Chair’s opening comments and keynote address: UK BIM Alliance’s State of the Nation report – six months on
The UK BIM Alliance has set itself the ambitious goal of driving BIM adoption levels up to 75% across the supply and demand chain. Six months on from the launch of “BIM in the UK: Past, Present & Future”, this session will ask how the Alliance’s strategy is developing. As governmental focus shifts to BIM Level 3, join this discussion on accelerating realisation of Level 2 in the private sector.
Anne Kemp, Director of BIM Strategy and Development, Atkins and Chair, UK BIM Alliance
10:10 Panel discussion: Empowering industries to face the future
Following on from the opening keynote address, this panel discussion will focus on the role of professional bodies in creating a future facing built environment industry. BIM not only emphasises the importance of whole-life collaboration on construction and infrastructure projects, but also cross sector co-operation between institutions and membership bodies. Join key industry personnel to discuss ground level concerns and barriers to BIM adoption in an industry comprised mainly of small and medium sized businesses.
Panellists will include:
Fred Mills, Founding Director, The B1M
11:00 BIM for small businesses: A case study
David Ridout, Quantity Surveyor, Adams Fletcher
11.30 Networking refreshment break
12:00 Embedding data security measures into BIM workflows
This session will cover best practice approaches to the adoption of safe information exchange processes. Examine your professional responsibilities and gain better understanding of how measures outlined in PAS 1192-5 can be implemented in day to day practice. Explore effective safeguards against loss, theft or disclosure of commercially sensitive information.
Hugh Boyes, Cyber Security Lead, Institution of Engineering and Technology
12:30 BIM guidance update
- RICS BIM guidance
- PAS 1192-6 and PAS1192-7
- ISO19650-1 and ISO19650-2
12:45 Geospatial BIM: The next step?
How can the addition of geospatial data to existing BIM workflows aid the design,construction and maintenance of built assets? Place is key to the success of any project, but the full potential of intelligent locational information to provide context in decision making processes is only now emerging as the industry transitions to BIM Level 3. Infrastructure mega-projects are still seen as key drivers of economic growth with increasing urban density adding another layer of complexity to already complex undertakings. Could the integration of geospatial data represent a “next level” advance in design and build processes?
13:15 Networking Lunch
14:15 Break out group A: Project and Cost Management
Chaired by: David Philp, Global BIM/IM Consultancy Director, AECOM
Integrating lean construction processes and BIM to drive project efficiency
BIM and lean construction management share numerous key principles, including the importance of collaborative work and project visualisation. This session will assess the potential of integrating BIM as part of the lean construction process to minimise resource waste, accelerate build times, drive reliability, reduce costs and avoid delays and disputes.
Professor Lauri Koskela, Board Member, Lean Construction Institute UK
14:15 Break out group B: Facilities Management
Chaired by: Christine Gausden, Chair, BIM4FM
BIM Level 3A explained – enhancing Level 2 BIM
The purpose of BIM Level 3A is to add operational depth to Level 2 projects in order to better engage facilities managers in the design and build process. This session will focus on key issues for facilities managers, including commercial and contractual solutions, and consider how engaged FM professionals can drive adoption of Level 3A across the industry
14:40 Break out group A: Project and Cost Management
Using BIM to prevent and support construction claims
Common data environments, with embedded critical project information, can create searchable audit trails, which might in turn prove key to the successful resolution of a dispute. This session will cover the potential of BIM to act as both a dispute avoidance and dispute resolution tool, and consider the emerging role of 3D visualisations in contested claims.
Andrew Burr, Adjudicator, Arbitrator and Mediator, ArbDB Chambers
14:40 Break out group B: Facilities Management
BIM for Facilities Managers – a case study of success
Covering two high profile case studies:
• One St Peter’s Square, Manchester
• Birmingham City University, City Centre Campus
…this session will consider how the early project involvement of facilities managers on BIM enabled works can drive operational cost savings through data driven decision making.
Terry Stocks, Director of Public Sector and Education – UK and Europe, Faithful + Gould
Andy Green, Director, Faithful + Gould
15:20 Networking tea and coffee
15:40 Break out group A: Project and Cost Management
Digital handovers: From Building Information Modelling to Asset Information Modelling
How can data accrued in the operational phase of a built asset’s life cycle change the way future buildings are designed, costed and constructed?
Mike Packham, Partner – FM Consultancy, Bernard Williams Associates
Break out group B: Facilities Management
Digital handovers: The role of the FM in guiding future construction
How can data generated and captured during the design and construction of a built asset be utilised in the maintenance of the asset throughout its life cycle?
Andy Boutle, Senior BIM Manager, Kier Group and Chair, East BIM Region
Nick Tune, CEO, CoBuilder UK
16:20 6D BIM in practice – case studies
- ‘BIM for FM’ examples of features / benefits
- The benefits of early stakeholder involvement
- Utilising the information model throughout the life of the building
Reid Cunningham, Strategic Development Director, BAM FM
Tracy Scott, Asset Manager, BAM FM
17:00 Closing keynote address: Routemapping implementation of Level 3
The challenge for the construction sector is how to match digital progress made by other industries. Combining the Digital Economy, Smart Cities and the “Internet of Things”, all against a backdrop of diminishing resources, urbanisation and global competition, the vision for Digital Built Britain is undoubtedly ambitious, but is it deliverable? The success of the Level 2 programme in the UK undoubtedly provides the foundation from which to build, but how will Level 3 implementation look in practice and what will it mean for your business?
Mark Bew MBE, Chairman, PCSG, Director, ECS and Chairman, UK Government BIM Task Group
17:30 Chair’s closing remarks