Global analysis of the success
factors of a BIM project
April 6th, 7th & 8th | ONLINE

As the E&C sector continues to evolve, the influence of new technologies, solutions, and methodologies on how we build and shape our physical environment grows. Therefore, the current challenge is to achieve an efficient exchange during the development of the BIM project, establishing an adequate management of all the information from the stakeholders, in order to find the best technical solution.

The keys to a successful BIM project:
Technology - Business - People

The relationship and flows between the different stakeholders that make up the whole in the E&C sector are changing with the new paradigm shift. Therefore, there is a need to understand how we share and build in the same language.

Agenda

6th APRIL
10h - 11h (CEST)
BIM and digital construction: optimizing the E&C industry

We will have renowned industry experts sharing their knowledge about achieving a competitive advantage in a BIM environment that is adapting at a slower pace. We will see how to detect opportunities and look for ways to evolve towards the 4th industrial revolution: the so-called digital transformation of companies.

10h - Welcome to the Agora BIM!
10.05h - Study case:
Erik Reumer
10.25h - Discussion panel
Moderator: Stefan Mordue
Erik Reumer
Mostafa ElAshmawy
10.55h - Closing Event

7th APRIL

10h - 11h (CEST)
Integrated project delivery:
A collaboration model that goes beyond information

IPD emerges as a solution in a global context in which business processes are changing significantly. This model implies that the main stakeholders in the project sign the same contract that fosters collaboration, optimizes results, shares risks, reduces the use of materials and maximizes efficiency. During this conference we will discuss the strengths and barriers of this collaborative model and how its application can represent a step change in project delivery.

10h - Welcome to the Agora BIM!
10.05h - Study case:
Leading the BIM Way: Creating Precise Contract Requirements
Scott Chatterton & Geraldine Rayner
10.25h - Discussion panel
Moderator: Stefan Mordue
Scott Chatterton & Geraldine Rayner
10.55h - Closing Event

8th APRIL

10h - 11h (CEST)
Technical and human resources:
In the process there is philosophy

Communication difficulties between departments represent one of the biggest obstacles in the development of a BIM project. In response to this problem, process maps and virtual interoperable flows have emerged, forcing us to innovate in order to make it possible for everyone to be coordinated in real time, in collaborative mode and in early phases. The success of any business process lies in the disruptive approach.

10h - Welcome to the Agora BIM!
10.05h - Study case:
Big Fish in a Swim Lane: The Benefits of Business Process Notation
Dan Rossiter
10.25h - Discussion panel
Moderator: Issam El-Absi
Dan Rossiter
Gokul Easwaran
10.55h - Closing Event

Speakers

Scott Chatterton

BIM Technical Director at BIM One

A BIM Certified Professional, brings over 20 years of industry experience in implementing Digital Practice workflows, processes and applications to national and international projects. Works closely with the BIM One team providing hands-on engagement, guidance and leadership on improving the process of delivering today’s complex BIM projects. His experience means he can identify the challenges typically faced when delivering BIM projects then develop and implement cost-effective, efficient workflows and processes. He’s the BIM Technical Director for BIM One Inc. and sits on the Board of Directors for CanBIM.

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Geraldine Rayner

Managing Principal at Summit BIM

Passionate about working with owners, contractors, and designers to ensure they get the most from their building data. With a focus on driving BIM data through design and construction to facilities management, she has led the development of BIM requirements and processes for many large healthcare, education, and mixed-use projects. She has over 30 years of experience in the AEC industry, is a registered architect, leads the CanBIM Development, Asset Management & Lifecycle Think Tank, and sits on the buildingSMART International Building Room Steering Committee.

Stefan Mordue

Director Master's in Global BIM Management of Zigurat

He is a chartered Architect, Construction Project Manager and author, passionate about change within the construction industry. He works as part of AECOM’s i3 Global Life cycle data science consultancy team specializing in Information Management, BIM Delivery and Data Science.

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Erik Reumer

BIM Applicatie Specialist

47 years, married and father of 2 sons (12 and 15). He lives in the Netherlands, Hoogeveen to be exact. Involved with BIM since 2012. He started as a BIM Mechanical Engineer, specialized in MEP. And slowly turned his career towards BIM Coördinator for BeNeLux. Nowadays He is a BIM Application Specialist at Itannex (part of Arkance Group), for MEP mainly. He teaches new BIM Engineers how to use Revit and implement BIM as a way of work. Last but not least; He owns ERAdvies, an advisory company specialized in Stormwatermanagement.

Mostafa ElAshmawy

Senior BIM Manager at WSP Middle East

Senior BIM Manager with Master’s in global BIM Management and certified from different associations in many countries. Long experience with BIM in both software and management. Highly experienced structural engineer with deep knowledge of Structural Design, Shop drawings and all technical activities. Worked as a coordinator for all disciplines and has in-depth knowledge of Architectural, MEP works. Worked for many of the largest Construction projects in the Middle East during the last 10 years. Member of CanBIM Digitization and Data Think Tank.

Dan Rossiter FCIAT

Sector Lead & Chartered Architectural Technologist

Chartered Architectural Technologist, he is an active supporter of the built environment at the national and international level. Nationally, Dan provides digital transformation thought leadership at the British Standards Institution and is an ambassador for the UK BIM Alliance. Internationally, Dan convenes CEN and ISO terminology and strategy working groups relating to digital within the built environment.
Dan has applied his knowledge and expertise to his award-winning blog “There’s No BIM Like Home”; practicing what he preaches through transparency, plain language and engaging examples using his own mid-terrace home in South Wales.

Issam El-Absi

Director for Several Establishments providing BIM and Construction Digital Transformation Service

Initiated the BIM approach and methodology in CCC 1997; managing three main centers of excellence for providing BIM, engineering and project controls services with a total number of BIM resources approaching 120 engineers. Developed project controls strategies and BIM implementation plans, procedures and standards

Gokul Easwaran

Co-Founder & Technology Consultant Aecosystems Consulting Services

Gokul has been active in the field of Building Information Management for over 6 years. His interest for Digital Technology grew during his time at WeWork, where he’s had the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the Industry. Over the past year, Gokul has been helping AEC companies through Aecosystems, a consulting firm that he runs with his partners. He is involved in process automation and technology implementation that delivers measurable results. He spends most of his time thinking about how he could make a positive impact to our industry.

Our Programs

This event is an initiative of the Master’s in Global BIM Management and the Master’s in Global BIM Management for Infrastructures Projects, in which experts from the A&C industry and professionals who lead the digital transformation of the sector participate.

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