This course will define what BIM is, how it helps facilitate collaboration and integration, what BIM commercial, contract and ISO19650 are , and how to effectively address the BIM challenge from process, people and technology perspectives.
Early bird discount is available until 27 September 2019
BIM (Building Information Modelling) is bringing significant changes to design, construction and operations over the lifecycle of projects. It has the potential to transform the whole process from inception, design, and construction through to operations and facilities management. Both public and large private developers are increasingly looking for their consultants to be BIM-enabled.
The course will support those starting their BIM journey in the surveying profession. It covers what is BIM, how it achieves collaboration and integration, BIM commercial and contract, ISO19650, and how to effectively address the BIM challenge from process, people and technology perspectives. In addition, case studies will be used to explain the different purposes of BIM, its benefits and challenges, and how it has been adopted in design, construction and facilities management (FM).
The trainer will share the following cases:
After this programme, you will be able to:
Participants to the BIM Implementation and Management course should have the following background:
This training course is designed for those who are starting their BIM journey and would like to have an overview of the BIM concept including implementation strategies, and BIM’s adoption in design and construction. It is also suitable for future project managers or client representatives on BIM-enabled projects who are seeking to develop their BIM Management fundamental knowledge and skills.
Dr KEUNG, Calvin FRICS BSc, MSc, PhD, MHKIS, RPS(QS), MbSHK
Dr Calvin Keung is a chartered surveyor by profession and he practiced in an international QS firm before joining the City University of Hong Kong in 2006. Dr Keung has published research articles in topics of construction project networking and BIM applications. He is also the author of a number of construction textbooks in Hong Kong. His overall research goal is to improve construction efficiency and cooperation through BIM deployment and promote collaborative project network to enhance BIM management. In addition, Dr Keung focuses on professional education and student career development. He got several teaching grants for education research and he is active in organizing events to foster linkage between academia and the construction industry. Currently, Dr Keung is Departmental BIM Coordinator and BIM Coordinator of the IBPD course.
For enquiries or further information, please contact Mr Peter Au, RICS Business Development Manager, on +852 2116 9719 or firstname.lastname@example.org.