April’s BrisBIM gathering attracted around 170 industry professionals. There were some great presentations on BIM in infrastructure and computational design, including the relaunch of the Brisbane Computational Design Group.
At our February event Andrew Curthoys from the Queensland Government announced that the Deputy Premier, Minister for Transport and Minister for Infrastructure and Planning, recently approved the release of the Building Information Modelling – draft policy and principles for Queensland document. Please download it from the following link: https://haveyoursay.dilgp.qld.gov.au/bim. They were seeking feedback from industry, government and interested parties, which closed on 21 April 2017. During the forum session we presented BrisBIM’s response to this request, reviewing our consolidated feedback, which was a collaborative community effort. Our response to the government, which has been formally submitted, is available for download.
Some of the speakers were able to provide PDFs of their presentations which can be downloaded from the links below:
Arrive from 5:00pm
5:30pm – Intro & Announcements
5:40pm – BIM for infrastructure, Paul King (Bentley)
6:00pm – Centre for Future Timber Structures, Joe Gattas (University of Queensland)
6:20pm – Brisbane Computational Design Group, Bianca Toth (Woods Bagot) & Scott Crichton (BVN)
6:40pm – Forum – Queensland Government BIM Draft Policy and Principals Feedback, BrisBIM Committee
7:00pm – Networking with Drinks & Light Snacks
As usual this was a free event!
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