Events

NATSPEC Strategic Outcomes with BIM (August 3, 2017)

NATSPEC was honoured to have Professor HUANG Qiang, Chairman of the China BIM Union, provide a Keynote Presentation to an eminent Australian audience. The full program showed that Australia is well placed internationally, and that Australian Governments, industry organisations, and industry companies are working cooperatively to provide better outcomes regarding the built environment.

BIM is an information enabler between parties, processes, and time. It supports communication, collaboration, and productivity.

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 Strategic Outcomes with BIM Seminar Program
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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Prof. HUANG Qiang, China BIM Union
P-BIM & HIM

An insight into P-BIM, China's own established BIM platform to support the use of both independent and international BIM systems. Prof. Huang has also developed HIM - Huang's Interoperability Matrix.
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ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION

Simon Vaux, Transport for NSW
National Digital Engineering Working Group
Digital Engineering

The role and benefits of Digital Engineering in the built environment, and the National Digital Engineering Group's purpose.
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Melanie Binks, Multiplex
BIM at the Perth Stadium

A case study analysis of the role of BIM in the development of the Perth Stadium.
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GOVERNMENT PROJECTS

Michael Green, Department of Economic Development, VIC
Australasian BIM Advisory Board

The role of the BIM Advisory Board and its significance to BIM development in Australia.
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Liz Partridge, NSW Health Infrastructure
NSW Health Infrastructure Case Study

A case study examining Health Infrastructure's use of BIM in their projects, and its significance for involved parties.
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BUILDINGS

Anthony Butler, BuildingSMART Australasia
BIMcreds: Recognising BIM Skills Excellence

The role of BuildingSMART Australasia and a discussion of the BIMcreds platform.
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Alex Leese, Cox Architecture
BIM Ideology in Computational Design-Architecture

A case study examining the use of BIM in the Anna Meares Veldrome and the National Maritime Museum of China.
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