Do you bring your clients to BILT?
Anyone who attends BILT would know that the biggest benefits from BIM and new technologies are not for the design team or even the contractors. Clients have the most to gain from implementing digital technologies and many are starting to see the benefits of having a ‘digital twin’ asset. Its great to see clients are not only recognising the benefits of BIM but, thanks to our community, are also now sharing their experiences as speakers as BILT. Last year, we had a number of clients presenting including the University of South Australia and Kmart, and this year we are very pleased to see this trend continuing. While opportunities to speak this year are over – given the schedule is sorted, your clients might be interested in attending to see what other asset owners are learning and sharing. They are a key part of our industry, after all! There are many sessions dealing with procurement, project planning and controls, change management, enterprise information management, updates about industry initiatives, government mandates, government standards and project case studies which would also be of interest to clients and as well as a host of others.
Look out for the following sessions when you register:
Simon Vaux, Director Digital Engineering, Infrastructure & Services, Transport for NSW (TfNSW)
Session 1.2: Transport for NSW Digital Engineering Framework Program
Transport for NSW is committed to realising the full value of Digital Engineering through the delivery of the Digital Engineering Framework (DEF). This framework will build internal capability and establish a common data environment that draws together digital information systems and related datasets. This presentation will describe how Transport for NSW views Digital Engineering and the current opportunities within both our projects and the broader industry. It will then describe how Transport for NSW is leading transformation through the initiation of the DEF Program, including case-studies and lessons learned from recent projects.
Session 2.2: BIM is not just for buildings! Unitywater’s adoption of BIM on a Sewerage Treatment Plant
This case study looks at the adoption of Digital Engineering across Australia by governments, their agencies and specifically Unitywater. It will focus on the roadmap development of the Unitywater Asset Information Management Strategy and the actual implementation of BIM on a sewerage treatment plant upgrade. It highlights how the associated data from BIM will used throughout the asset lifecycle. Many lessons were learnt including capability, capacity, information requirements specifications and technology benefits and shortfalls.
Session 3.2: Queensland Government – the path to widescale adoption of BIM across the state.
In 2016, the QLD government Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning declared in the State Infrastructure Plan that all government building projects would require BIM by 2020 and all infrastructure projects by 2023. See the proposed approach and find out how we intend to enable each sector in industry to become BIM capable by 2023.
Session 2.3: BIM for Facilities and Asset Management – Can it work?
Extending BIM into Facility & Asset Management requires commitment and understanding from designers, constructors and operators as to what is required and why it is required. This presentation will highlight some of the key challenges in implementing BIM within a world class performing arts centre where the owner is both the client and the operator.
Some other honorable mentions for sessions that may pique the interest of your clients:
1.2 We’re back!!! How the QS can bolster your bench on BIM projects – Peter Clack – Ralph Beattie Bosworth
1.2 Data Story Telling – Peter Ward – Wardy Group
1.3 Garbage In, Garbage Out: Defining the Clients Information Requirements – Glenn Jowett – Beca
1.3 Leveraging Technological innovation for Project Delivery – Project Case Study – Autohaus Newstead – Chris Pilcher – John Holland
1.4 Strategic BIM. The key components to successfully deliver a BIM Strategy and framework for an organisation – Rebecca De Cicco – Digital Node
1.4 Ipswich Motorway Upgrade: Rocklea to Darra – Stage 1 Project: A Case Study on the introduction of BIM as a Pilot Project for TMR – Stuart Cook – BG&E Pty Limited
1.4 Improving productivity and asset outcomes through the consistent adoption of BIM – Teresa Scott – APCC
1.5 A clients approach to BIM on a multi-form, multi-stage Integrated Resort Development – Queens Wharf – Alastair Brook – PDC BIM Evolved
1.5 Government BIM Mandates – the hype and the substance Dave Foley – AECOM
2.2 Why BIM costs Money – a view from a QS – Keeley Pomeroy – AECOM
2.3 Pacific Highway Upgrade – Mudgeeraba to Varsity Lakes – Rodney J Bernard – AECOM
3.1 Industry BIM Update 2018 – Mark Cronin – Peddle Thorp
3.1 Advance your digital agenda through persuasion and influence – Phil Lazarus – Aurecon
3.3 The New Zealand BIM Handbook – Steven Davis – Assemble
3.3 The Worst BIM Projects – A Case Study of How BIM Can Go Wrong, and How to Avoid the Pain – Luke Johnson – Virtual Built + Revizto