Date: Saturday 5 November 2016
Time: 09:30 to 17:30 (Registration starts at 09:15)
Venue: Room 3707, Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen’s Road East, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Fee: $3,000 (RICS member/ APC trainee); $3,500 (non-member)
Early bird discount (delegates registered before 22 October 2016 are entitled to this discount):
HK$2,700(Member/ APC trainee) ; HK$3,200 (non-member)
CPD hour: 6 hours
Capacity: 36 (first-come, first-served)
Mr Francis Leung, Associate Director (Assets Information Management), New World Construction Company Limited
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is bringing significant changes to design, construction and operation over the lifecycle of projects. It has the potential to transform the whole development process from inception, design and construction through to operation and facilities management. Both public and large private developers are increasingly looking for their consultants to be BIM-enabled.
This course will support those starting their BIM journey. The course will cover what BIM is, what it means to the industry and the Government’s BIM strategy. It will also set out how to effectively address the BIM challenge from process, people and technology perspectives. Case studies will be used to explain the differentpurposes of BIM, its benefits and challenges, and how it has been adopted in design, construction and facilities management. The course is designed for quantity surveyors, project managers, architects, civil engineers, contract administrators/managers and purchasing co-ordinators.
About the trainer
Ir Francis LEUNG is the Founding Chairman of the Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling. He is a Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and is a Registered Structural Engineer. Ir Leung has experience of developing BIM from both engineering consultancy and commercial development perspectives. A BIM team has been established in the New World Construction Company Limited which deals with BIM modelling and information management, as well as the development of BIM standards and workflows.
Deadline for registration: Thursday 3 November 2016, 6pm
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