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About Us

“Our purpose is to facilitate and bring together the built environment community within the greater Brisbane region, to share and exchange thoughts and knowledge in respect to technology innovation across the industry.”

The committee believes in providing an avenue for asset owners, practitioners, contractors and interested parties to come together in an informal gathering to discuss, learn and share from others in the industry.

Now in our sixth year the non-profit group meets bi-monthly and presents a range of topics from technical, managerial, through to business and aspirational. We are seeking speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds. We welcome sponsors to help provide an atmosphere of support and openness in our meetings.

Some of our

Numbers

41
BrisBIM Gatherings
164
BIM Presentations
6247
Registered Attendees
1154
Twitter Followers
A few recent

Announcements

Showcase your BIM work at BrisBIMx

Call for Content
BrisBIMx is your chance to show your company’s recent BIM content on the big screen (and we mean BIG screen). No need to talk, just submit your images and see them on The CUBE for all to view during the evening session. Check the bottom of the registration page for details.

ANZ Guide to ISO 19650 - Preview

ISO 19650 Guide
We came across this 'industry preview' of the ANZ Guide to ISO 19650. At the moment it only includes an introduction and regional guidance to Part 1, with Part 2 still being authored...

Digital Enablement for Queensland

Qld Gov BIM
As the construction sector transitions from paper-based plans to digital ones, the Digital Enablement for Queensland Infrastructure - Principles for BIM implementation will guide the Queensland Government’s consistent adoption of this new approach. This will provide certainty to industry for its future investment and training decisions.

Collaborate Affiliated Groups

BIM collaboration
"BrisBIM is excited to announce that we are now participating as a collaborate affiliate group member! BrisBIM have long been of the view that BIM groups should be working together, sharing information, not operating in isolated silos (sound familiar?). Collaborate have provided that framework."