Colleagues from around the world have organized the symposium to honor Professor Chuck Eastman and celebrate his life and legacy. The Eastman Symposium will be held on Thursday, May 13, 2021, starting at 13:00 GMT (8:00 a.m. US EST) and will run uninterrupted for 24 hours. In keeping with the global impact of Professor Eastman’s work, the individual sessions will be chaired by experts from around the world.Virtual Meeting
For some people, BIM (Building Information Modelling) is only 3D planning, others see BIM as a fancy new trend in the construction industry and yet others may not fully understand what BIM is. Although there is evidence that BIM is best practice for collaboration and information sharing at the handover stage, many stakeholders in the construction industry are still cautious about investing into the new world of digital planning, construction and operation.Virtual Meeting
The built environment is being challenged by many trends and disruptors: digital transformation, off-site manufacturing, sustainability concerns, an aging workforce leading to lack of skilled labor, as well as COVID-19, which is affecting the health, safety, and well-being of workers.
Organizations must remain resilient to meet challenges and continue to grow and flourish.
To become resilient, we must respond and adopt new ways of thinking and working. Building information modeling (BIM) can help address the climate, urbanization, performance and skills shortage challenges, alongside the implementation of many best practice approaches. Organizations that seize this opportunity will be able to compete successfully in global markets.
If BIM is not yet part of your business strategy, join our webinar to learn critical information to help you build with BIM. Our panelists will explore:
- Fundamentals of building information modeling
- Why your organization should adopt BIM and what the benefits are
- Where you should start if you do not have a BIM strategy
- The National BIM Standard-United States (NBIMS) core requirements & BIM ISO 19650
Successful BIM implementation requires people, processes, and technology. A common data environment (CDE) is a central site for all BIM documentation, is a means of collaboration, and plays a key role in adhering to a standards based approach. Standards, such as ISO 19650, play a critical role in BIM implementation and help to ensure best practice as well as support organizational growth.
BIM software can help your business by enhancing collaboration between all stakeholders, visualizing concepts, and improving efficiencies.Virtual Meeting