New Zealand BIM Conference 2018

Agenda

8.30
REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
9.00
OPENING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR
Shimon Hirano, BIM Lead, Mesh Consulting
Encouraging the uptake of a collaborative approach in BIM use in New Zealand
9.10
INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: AN INSIDE LOOK INTO IT AND TECHNOLOGY FOR THE AEC INDUSTRY
  • A look into IT beyond just BIM in the AEC industry
  • Understanding how technology is shaping the wider AEC industry
  • Preparing for the future – what do the AEC professionals using BIM software need to know?
Joe Banks, Director, BIMedge
10.10
THE ROLE OF BIM IN THE FUTURE SMART CITY

Auckland’s future is in the development of a smart city. Does Auckland have the infrastructure necessary to transform into a smart city? This session will discuss the possibility of Auckland becoming a smart city, what it takes to build a smart city and the role BIM plays in achieving this.

Chris Vorster, BIM & Digital Engineering Leader, NZ | Director & Arup | BIMWERX
10.50
MORNING BREAK
11.20
PANEL: INDUSTRY INSIGHT: BIM AND THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION
  • Looking into how BIM projects will take shape going forward: How is the AEC industry transforming?
  • Discussing what does the future of digital construction mean for the BIM standards in New Zealand?
  • Preparing for the future - diving into BIM methodologies and encouraging greater collaboration
Joe Banks, Director, BIMedge Chris Vorster & BIM & Digital Engineering Leader, NZ | Director
12.00
PANEL: ENCOURAGING THE UPTAKE OF BIM ACROSS NEW ZEALAND
  • Addressing the current challenges in the uptake of BIM: What solutions are available to mitigate this?
  • Looking into the talent pipeline – does New Zealand have enough experts?
  • Improving project life cycles with the uptake of BIM: How can this be achieved?
  • Should BIM have a government mandate?
Andrew Field, Manager – Auckland Project Management, Beca & Committee Member & BIM Acceleration Committee
Jonny Breen, Digital & IT Manager, Context Architects
Grant Douglas, Director, Makers Fabrication
Jae Warrander, Director – Development Manager, Makers of Architecture
12.50
LUNCH BREAK
BIM Today and Tomorrow
1.50
ESTABLISHING A POWERFUL COLLABORATION WITH THE AEC INDUSTRY, ACADEMIA AND GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS
  • Sharing the journey of BIM integration in the Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Construction programs as well as the AEC industry in New Zealand
  • Establishing student BIM apprenticeships and training partnership
  • Developing a network of BIM AEC guest lectures and SME for the BIM program
Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed, Teaching Staff, Ara Institute of Canterbury
2.30
PANEL: SUCCESSFULLY ENCOURAGING A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH ON BIM PROJECTS

BIM at its core is about collaboration. BIM industry experts will share their expertise on how to facilitate effective collaboration in BIM projects.

  • Sharing insight into successful collaborative approaches project stakeholders can take
  • Understanding the different roles project stakeholders play
  • Highlighting the scope of the project and roles of the project stakeholders – how can a project be delivered within the scope?
  • Establishing guidelines for collaboration success
Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed, Teaching Staff, Ara Institute of Canterbury
Jonny Breen, Digital & IT Manager, Context Architects
Roy Qian, Associate - Senior BIM Specialist, Beca
Joe Banks, Director, BIMedge
3.10
AFTERNOON BREAK
3.40
CENTRAL INNOVATION: AN UPDATE IN TOOLS
Gareth Morgan, Senior BIM Application Specialist, Central Innovation Karl Fitzpatrick & BIM Manager, Auckland Airport
4.20
BIM PROCUREMENT
  • Understanding the opportunities of partnering on BIM project with risk transfer and supply chain capability
  • Effects on project culture when procuring a BIM team - what do be aware of in practice
  • Delivering successful outcomes: how to develop your BIM procurement checklist
Andrew Field, Manager – Auckland Project Management, Beca & Committee Member & BIM Acceleration Committee
Steve Ritchie, Regional Operations Manager, Hawkins & Committee Member & BIM Acceleration Committee
5.00
SUMMARY REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR & NETWORKING DRINKS
Shimon Hirano, BIM Lead, Mesh Consulting
9.00
WELCOME BACK FROM THE CHAIR
Shimon Hirano, BIM Lead, Mesh Consulting
BIM Tools: An update
9.10
2. PREPARING SMART CITIZENS FOR SMART CITIES: SHARING, CO CREATING THE URBAN COMMONS
Dr Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed, Teaching Staff, Ara Institute of Canterbury
10.00
OPENBIM | OVERCOMING SOFTWARE SILOS
  • How to collaborate better and overcome software silos
  • Global approaches to BIM
  • Best consultant team regardless of software
  • Tips and tricks on working with anyone
Jonny Breen, Digital and IT Manager, Context Architects
10.40
MORNING BREAK
11.10
THE EVOLUTION OF REALITY CAPTURE WITHIN THE AEC INDUSTRY
  • The growth of reality capture
  • Photogrammetry and laser scanning for BIM projects
  • Modern representations and practices
  • The future of reality capture technology
Tim Jervis, Building Construction BDM, Global Survey
11.50
Redefining the way Jasmax Designs, Visualizes and Delivers
  • Design: How innovative technologies and workflows are making Jasmax design smarter and faster?
  • Visualize: How can our clients communicate the value of their project in order to convince and influence their key stakeholders.
  • Deliver: How can we deliver projects more efficiently and effectively?
Tim Stephens, Digital Innovation Lead, Jasmax
12.30
LUNCH BREAK
Best practice BIM
1.20
CASE STUDY: UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND ENGINEERING SCHOOL B405 | BECA
  • Increasing collaboration during the project: strategies for project success
  • Modelling efficiencies – delivering a BIM project within budget and meeting the needs of the stakeholders
  • Planning and maintaining model data
Roy Qian, Senior BIM Specialist, Beca
Alistair Collins, Associate Senior Mechanical Engineer, Beca
2.00
TABLE TALK: BIM METHODOLOGIES IN THE WORKPLACE | TIPS, TRICKS & LESSONS LEARNT
2.40
AFTERNOON BREAK
3.10
CASE STUDY: CITY RAIL LINK PROJECT

The City Rail Link project has been an active project since September 2016. This session will dive into this project discussing how BIM and digital engineering have shaped the CRL. It will further discuss how this project is transforming Auckland and what this means for Auckland’s journey to becoming a smart city.

Asem Zabin, BIM Manager, City Rail Link Project
3.40
CASE STUDY: SMALL SCALE BIM PROJECT | MAKERS
  • Highlighting approaches taken by Makers to deliver a small-scale project on time and within cost
  • Tips and tricks and lessons learnt – what key takeaways can others implement in small-scale BIM projects
Grant Douglas, Director – Technology & Innovation, Makers Fabrication
Jae Warrander, Director – Development Manager, Makers of Architecture
4.20
CLOSING REMARKS FROM CHAIR AND END OF CONFERENCE
Shimon Hirano, BIM Lead, Mesh Consulting
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