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BIM Masterclass Series: Implementation and Management

This is the second part of Integrated BIM Masterclass series developed to give you a comprehensive programme designed to address the “gap” on the questions of “HOW” of BIM (organisation, professional adjusting to the diffusion BIM transforming the structure and project delivery networks).

The second module of BIM Masterclass Series

Sat 16 Feb 2019
09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Philippine Institute of Built Environment (PIBE), 2F Herald Building Muralla Street, Intramuros, Manila
6 hours CPD

US$100 Net of withholding tax


Benefits of BIM have been stressed many times in various research and publications. However, most literature explicitly focuses only on the “WHAT” (context the application of BIM in the industry) and the “WHY” (benefits and reasons for adopting BIM).

BIM Implementation and Management is the second part of RICS Integrated BIM Masterclass, a comprehensive programme designed to address the “gap” on the questions of “HOW” of BIM (organisation, professional adjusting to the diffusion BIM transforming the structure and project delivery networks).

The course will cover the factors to consider in implementing BIM, the change management process, the steps and procedures to undertake to implement BIM, sharing of best practices from real work experience in the use of BIM in the design, construction, and operation in the built industry successfully to maximise its benefits.

Pending for PICQS CPD points and PRC CPD points.

Who should attend?

  • Architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, builders, contractors, and property developers.
  • Anyone who wants to know what BIM is all about, its capability and the required preparation for adoption.

About the trainer

Dr John Rogers, Executive Director, thinkBIM Malaysia

John specialises in digitalising the built environment, a sector in which he has spent much of his career. His expertise is in the adoption of BIM (Building Information Modelling), the disruptive digital technology revolutionising the built environment by optimising the design, delivery and use of buildings. John undertakes his own BIM modelling on small projects and BIM manages larger projects with international teams.

For the Malaysian government, he was an author of the Construction Industry Transformation Plan (CITP) 2020, the National BIM Guide and has developed strategic initiatives for off-site, modular construction.

Recently, he has advised on bilateral trade development between UK and Malaysia, supporting Smart City technology export plans for UK government and business, and is a part-time Assistant Professor teaching strategy to MBA students. Prior to this, he managed the digitalisation of telecoms and banking organisations.

Learning objectives

After this programme, you will be able to:

  • Overcome the cultural and technical barriers in BIM adoption.
  • Effectively embed BIM process and procedures in your projects/organisations.
  • Develop BIM execution plan to determine the resources and tools required for implementation.
  • Create a change management program align with BIM implementation.
  • Apply international best practices in BIM implementation.

Course structure

  • Levels of adoption, factors for decision making, and rule of thumb for complexity of BIM per project type
  • Adoption Barriers and how to overcome them
  • Implementation on an organization level
  • Implementation on a project level
  • Put together a BIM Execution Plan
  • Design change management workflow that incorporates BIM
  • Plan a BIM coordination schedule and run a BIM coordination meeting
  • International best practices for BIM implementation
  • Understanding the client's needs (end results, uses)
  • Information handover at the end of a project


  • RICS/Non-RICS professional US$100 Net of withholding tax
  • Visa

  • Mastercard

US$100 Net of withholding tax