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HKIBIM Building Information Modelling (BIM) Networking Seminar - 2-July-2015

The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM)

Thursday, 2 July 2015 from 19:00 to 20:30 (HKT)

HKIBIM Building Information Modelling (BIM) Networking...

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HKIBIM Networking Seminar

  • This HKIBIM networking Seminar provides the opportunity for all attendees to interact with the speaker and the BIM community.
  • Members, non-members, BIMers, Non-BIMers are all welcome!
  • Light refreshments will be served.
  • Space is limited. To reserve your seat, please register for a free tickets.


Guest Speaker: Michelle M Farrell 

  • LEED AP, DGNB Consultant

  • IES BIM Expert

  • Head of the European Division at IES

 Michelle M Farrell,

Michelle, as a sustainability-focused architect, has worked directly with some of the top engineering and architecture firms, property developers, and governmental and voluntary regulatory agencies worldwide to develop innovative and green solutions that become part of their design processes, and improve the comfort, usability, energy consumption, and resulting designs of their buildings and sites for occupants on behalf of IES.

She is also highly experienced in BIM project planning when it comes to energy simulation. Michelle is an expert in helping designers use get their use their 3D models for building performance simulation, how to interact with the project engineers earlier in the design process for the most sustainable design solutions. Also in how architects and engineers can manage the difficulties and challenges of using the architectural model for an engineering simulation.


Seminar title:

BIM and Building Performance Simulation

This is a basic introduction of using your BIM model to complete building performance studies on your BIM model using the IES Virtual Environment software. These analysis include energy, daylighting, sustainable technologies, water, and much more. The goal of early stage analysis is to deliver more achievable, better performing, resource-efficient designs. This type of analysis can deliver powerful graphics, data & understanding to your client to express your sustainable design options and how they can save both energy and money. It is most important to consider performance earlier in the design process when designs are easier and less expensive to alter. Our software connects direct with with SketchUp, Revit and many other BIM packages, or model directly in the IESVE. Many more details can be found on our website.





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Notes to registrants

  • The veneue at full capacity seats approximately 150 participates;
  • Tickets are distributed on a first-come-first-served basis.
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There is no need for paper ticket or to print the confirmation email. We will have name tags or guest list at the door.

Do you have questions about HKIBIM Building Information Modelling (BIM) Networking Seminar - 2-July-2015? Contact The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM)

When & Where

Jockey Club Lecture Theater, 1/F, IVE (Morrison Hill)
6 Oi Kwan Road
Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR China

Thursday, 2 July 2015 from 19:00 to 20:30 (HKT)

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The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM)


Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM) was established in Jan 2009. 

The objects of the Institute are: 

  • To uphold and advance the standard of competence for the profession
  • To promote the interests and recognition of its members within the industry and community; 

The Institute works on the behalf of its members: 

  • To promote and advance the general education, understanding, appreciation and interest of and in building information modelling management; 
  • To foster general awareness, understanding and concerted efforts in the community towards the advancement of the Objects and the issues thereof; 
  • To establish and advance standards of building information management practice in the industry. 
  • To establish links with relevant institutes of tertiary education, Government Bureaus/Departments, Statutory bodies and other organizations; 
  • To research, facilitate and promote the means of better management of building information for improving communication, co-ordination, management, productivity, delivery time, cost, and quality throughout the whole building life cycle; 
  • To provide guidance on careers in building information management profession.
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