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Watch now on demand the first NCE/AJ live webinar: Level 2 BIM and beyond

Register now to watch on demand the first ever joint webinar between NCE and The Architects’ Journal, together with Bentley Systems. Streamed live on 20 November at 1.15pm, our expert panel dispelled myths surrounding BIM and discussed how its adoption could be speeded up.

The uptake of BIM is growing rapidly, driven in part by government mandate, but more by the growing realisation that use of BIM (for the design, construction and operations of all types of infrastructure) delivers real, tangible bottom-line benefits to all involved in the design, construction processes plus operations or facility management.

Meeting the longstanding divide between building and civil businesses head on, NCE and the Architects’ Journal are joining forces for the first time in a live video webinar to discuss real examples of how architects, designers, engineers and contractors, and critically owner/operators, are all saving time, effort and money, through the implementation of BIM on infrastructure projects.

With the 2016 deadline for the governments BIM mandate pending, the UK arguably leading the way in terms of collaboration, and the rewards in terms of hard cash now there to see, join NCE deputy editor Mark Hansford and Architects’ Journal technical editor Felix Mara and an expert panel to discuss what obstacles to wider adoption of BIM still exist? Are they fact or fiction?

Topics for discussion include:

  • Is the mandate a driver for change or a hindrance to creativity?
  • Is the need to integrate building and infrastructure through industry standards recognised by all?
  • What is the client role in driving change into the industry process?
  • Data Interoperability and Information Mobility – are we there yet?Regsiter

Register here to watch the free webinar.

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