BIM Show Live is back for 2013!

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The UK’s most established BIM event returns for a two-day conference in a NEW venue – the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel. With keynote presentations delivered by industry leading experts, expert led classrooms and an all new technology stage showcasing the very latest product developments. BIM Show Live is the only BIM event you need to attend this year!

Taking place on 30 April – 1 May 2013, the event will provide a unique opportunity to see how practices and organisations are using new processes and technology to harness the potential that BIM can offer.


Day One – 30th April

9.00 Registration and Exhibition

10.00 Chairs opening address

10.15 Keynote address

10.40 panel discussion

11.00 Morning refreshments, networking and exhibition

11.00 – Tech Forum Presentation – 1
11.15 – Tech Forum Presentation – 2

Session 1

11.30 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Lynn Allen, Autodesk Evangelist, Autodesk
Moving to BIM? Start off on the right foot!

11.30 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
David Fink, Architect/ BIM Manager, schmidt hammer lassen architects
BIM for International collaboration

11.30 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Robert Klaschka, Director, Studio Klaschka
Seeing Information – An intelligent operator’s journey through attributes in space

11.30 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Kath Fontana, Managing Director, BAM FM
Is there life after BIM? Delivering enduring value from BIM data

12.30 Lunch, networking and exhibition

13.00 – Tech Forum Presentation 3
13.15 – Tech Forum Presentation 4

Session 2

13.30 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Alan Baikie, General Manager, Solibri UK Ltd
Interoperability is Pointless with Inaccurate Models

13.30 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
Geoffrey Maulion, Associate, Perkins+Will
All Clashes Are Not Equal: Managing Design Side Clash Detection

13.30 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Stuart Macdougald-Denton, Head of Design, Kier Construction Major Projects
Collaborative Working with a Main Contractor

13.30 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Gary Ross, Director of BIM Solutions, Amtech Group
A Data Remember – the first time you saw data flow through a whole project lifecycle

14.30 Changeover

14.30 – Tech Forum Presentation 5

Session 3

14.45 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Angus Brown, Director, Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects
Is BIM a ‘game changer’?

14.45 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
Alvise Simondetti, Global Leader Virtual Design, Arup
Participatory BIM

14.45 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
James Middling, Divisional Director, Mott MacDonald
BIM & Bullets

14.45 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Robert Sargent, Production Director, Stride Treglown, Architecture & BIM Consultancy
Trail Blazing COBie Data drop 3 & 4: Lessons Learnt

15.45 Afternoon refreshments, networking and exhibition

15.45 – Tech Forum Presentation 6
16.00 – Tech Forum Presentation 7

Session 4

16.15 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Rob Jackson, Associate, Bond Bryan Architects
Nigel Davies, Founding Director, Evolve Consultancy
TBC

16.15 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
Nick Allen, Director, MetzBIM
Advances in single point IFC object geometry and data delivery into Revit, AECOsim ArciCAD, Vectorworks & Tekla

16.15 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Steve Rudge, Senior BIM Consultant, Excitech Ltd
Field BIM and Its Benefits

16.15 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Darryl Store, Associate (BIM Manager), PRP Architects
BIM – Real Change, Right Now

17.15 Networking and exhibition until 18.00
 


Day Two – 1st May

9.00 Registration and Exhibition

Session 5

9.30 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Mark King, 3D Modelling & BIM Project Manager, Severn Partnership
5 Billion points from Scan2BIM

9.30 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
Nina Borgstrom, Director IT-methodology, White Arkitekter
BIM-database solutions in real life – it´s challenges and advantages

9.30 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Steve Wheller, Design and Planning Director, BAM Construction
Taking BIM to the workface: Using Field BIM on site to reduce waste, improve performance & deliver better buildings

9.30 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Michael Conroy Harris, Principal Legal Manager, Eversheds LLP
What can BIM learn from Shakespeare?

10.30 Morning refreshments, networking and exhibition

10.30 – Tech Forum Presentation 8
10.45 – Tech Forum Presentation 9

Session 6

11.00 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Andrew Milburn, Associate, Godwin Austen Johnson
What do you mean: “just” another way of drawing?

11.00 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
David Kosdruy, Computational Design Architect, HOK
BIM and complex freeform design – a case study of the Doha Marina Mall

11.00 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Simon Whitbread, Application Specialist, A2K Technologies
Revit MEP without the Architecture. Is it possible?

11.00 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Kelvin Donaldson, Director, Gilberts
How Do we Sell BIM on Smaller Projects, to Independent Clients & SME Contractors?

12.00 Lunch, networking and exhibition

12.30 – Tech Forum Presentation 10
12.45 – Tech Forum Presentation 11

Session 7

13.00 Stage 01: Define and Validate
Paul Shillcock, Director, Operam
Dale Sinclair, Director, Dyer
TBC

13.00 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
George Mokhtar, Senior, BIM Coordinator, BIM Academy
Dave Monswhite, Associate Director, Turner & Townsend
TBC

13.00 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Shaun Farrell, Practice BIM Manager, Zaha Hadid Architects
Software workflows for the design, development & construction of the Broad Art Museum at MSU

13.00 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
James Hall, Director, Associated Architects
Inception to Operation: Navigating the world of BIM

14.00 Changeover

14.00 – Tech Forum Presentation 12

Session 8

14.15 Stage 01: Define and Validate
David Wood, Senior Architect, AFL Architects
Conceptual Design with Revit Dynamo

14.15 Stage 02: Design and Prototype
Lee Mullin, Premium Support Specialist, Autodesk Ltd
Building the Death Star: The Autodesk Way!

14.15 Stage 03: Manufacture and Assemble
Adam Ward, Technology Leader, BIM.Technologies
240 Blackfriars Case Study

14.15 Stage 04: Operate and Maintain
Andrew Pryke (Hons), Dip.Arch (Dist), RIBA, Managing Director – BAM Design, BAM Construct Ltd
So what’s in BIM for me? The Benefits of BIM for the Private Sector Client

15.15 Afternoon refreshments, networking and exhibition

15.45 Keynote Address

16.10 Top Daug

17.00 Chair’s closing remarks