What BIM means for your Practice? - Hong Kong Design Institute

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What BIM means for your Practice? Professional BIM Management Seminars

WHAT are the BIM Seminars? A series of 5 seminars developed based on international standards, and align with the proposed direction outlined in the CIC Report 2013. It includes Q&A session and guest speakers.

WHY join the Seminars? To enhance professionals' knowledge and understanding on what BIM is and where it is headed. CPD hours will be awarded to HKIA’s members upon completion of the seminars. Minimum attendance is 80% of the 5 seminars for the issuance of Certificate of Attendance.

WHO should attend? The course is designed specially for those in managerial positions, and / or in senior management who aspire to lead the shape of the construction industry to a more efficient and sustainable way of working.

Highlights -

What are Project BIM Strategy Documents and COBie How to Implement BIM into OFFICE Work Flow BIM Level of Developments and Projects Life Cycle How to achieve Clash Free Designs in BIM Delivering Energy Efficiently and Sustainable Designs with BIM

FREE Info Seminar on BIM Management Date: 16 January 2015 (Fri) Time: 7pm to 8pm HKIA CPD Hour: 1 hour Venue: VTC Tower, 27 Wood Road, Wanchai Online Registration: http://peechkdi.wix.com/hkia-bim-infoseminar Professional Trainer

Danny Yang Danny, a Director for BIM and Design of Fat Sumo, is a Spanish architect with teaching experience from Chinese University of Hong Kong and Greenwich University of UK. He has extensive professional experience on concept design, implementation and BIM project management working in many projects throughout UK, Australia, Hong Kong, PRC and Middle East. Fees Registration Fee: HK$300 Seminar Fee: HK$6,000 (for 5 seminars) Enrollment before 23 Jan 2015 will enjoy an early bird discount of 10% on Seminar Fee, i.e. Seminar Fee - HK$5,400 Additional 5% off of the total Seminar Fee will be offered to those who sign up and enroll for this course on the evening of the Info Seminar, i.e. Seminar Fee – HK$5,100

Enquiry 3928 2777 • [email protected] HKDI reserves the right to make changes to the advertised course information.

http://www.hkdi.edu.hk/media/files/peec/ BIMappform.pdf

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Date: 6, 13, 27 Feb & 6, 13 Mar 2015 Time: 7pm to 9pm HKIA CPD Hours: 2 hours/ Seminar Venue: VTC Tower, 27 Wood Road, Wan Chai

Professional BIM Management Seminars • • •

The training content is based on international standards, and align with the proposed direction outlined in the CIC Report 2013; Each session has 1.5 hours for seminar and 0.5 hour for Q&A; Minimum attendance rate is 80% of the 5 sessions.

Session 1 A) The Benefits of BIM to a Project B) BIM A Typical Project Life Cycle Duration:

2 hours

Topic Purpose:

This topic reviews the established benefits of BIM in relation to businesses and design/construction projects. Providing attendees with an overview of how a typical BIM project will develop. Attendees gain an understanding about the information that needs to be provided in order for the project to be successfully delivered. It also highlights the differences between traditional construction and BIM projects. Attendees are guided through the typical BIM project life cycle, demonstrating how key milestones match up to the typical BIM project life cycle, how the BIM model itself develops and how members of the project team will interface with the BIM data.

Topic Objectives:

This topic defines BIM and its context within the construction industry focusing on the HK market. It also reviews the perspectives on BIM held by stakeholders and team members. Upon completion of the course attendees will have gained an understanding of how a typical BIM project will develop, from initial brief through to operation and maintenance.

Session 2 A) How will BIM affect my job? B) Government BIM s