This course will introduce what 5D BIM is and how it can be applied to construction cost-management process. You will also learn about the fundamental skills for BIM-based quantity take-off (QTO).
Early bird discount is available until 14 February 2020
From HK$3000Book now
Following the HK Government announcement for adoption of Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Capital Works Projects earlier this year, adoption of BIM by key players in the private sector will predict to be increased dramatically.
The desire to reduce capital and operational costs is a pivotal driver for change. BIM can support the adoption of collaborative behaviours and practices, connecting intelligent design to information-based technologies to unlock efficient ways of working throughout the project life-cycle.
In this training course, you will be introduced what 5D BIM is and understand how it can apply to construction cost management process. You will also learn about the essential skills for BIM-based quantity take-off (QTO).
Quantitative Information Modelling (QIM)
4D & 5D Construction
Mr Kelvin Kuo MRICS, MHKIBIM, FCInstCES, C. Build E., MCABE, MbSHK, Project Director of MES Services Limited
Mr Kelvin Kuo has 20 years of quantity surveying and project management experience in the construction industry among the discipline of building, civil and interior design and has over seven years of BIM project management experience.
Kelvin has been utilising the BIM project management experience in projects such as development of the Hong Kong Science Park Phase 3, development of Innovation Centre of the Polytechnic University of Hong Kong. With the professional knowledge and experiences in quantity surveying, Kelvin has involved in developing and promoting the integration of BIM services to current QS practices since 2011, he is handling QSBIM projects in public housings and private sectors of Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan.
To contribute his professional knowledge to the industry, he has presented CPD/ training to RICS, HKIS, ICES, University of Macau and Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE). He is the BIM Sub-Committee Vice-Chairman of CICES and member of HKIS QSD BIM Sub- Committee.
For enquiries or further information, please contact Mr Peter Au, RICS Partnership Development Manager, on +852 2116 9719 or firstname.lastname@example.org.