New Zealand BIM Conference 2018

separately bookable workshop
Life cycle BIM for Facilities Managers 2.0
31 October 2018 | 9AM - 5PM

This workshop is separately bookable to the conference. It goes further into the BIM life cycle of an entire portfolio of facilities. The use of BIM technology in the operational phase of a building’s life cycle is just beginning to take hold as building owners look for new ways to improve the effectiveness of their facility operations.

  • A look into where Facilities Managers sit in the wider BIM life cycle
  • Understanding the role of BIM technology in facilities management
  • Incorporating BIM to improve facilities’ operations
  • Collaborating and communicating with facilities managers during the BIM project life cycle
  • Understanding the output and data generated by the use of BIM technology – how can this data be integrated with facilities management software?
  • Next steps – what’s next in the BIM life cycle pipeline?
  • Lessons learnt – key takeaways for Facilities Managers

This full day workshop is on Wednesday 31 October - you can book Super Saver $1299 until 7 September 2018.

Matt Meredith

Digital Design & Delivery Manager | Facilities & Development,

Auckland District Health Board

Today Matt heads up the charge for improved digital engineering workflows, practices and processes within the Auckland DHB’s Facilities & Development team. With healthcare infrastructure being critical to social progress, Matt leverages the benefits of BIM and Digital Engineering to employ data-centric solutions around design, construction, maintenance and operation. Prior to moving to NZ, he spent 12 years designing industrial process plants with one of the world’s leading engineering design consultancies. This involved working on ground breaking turnkey projects in the FMCG, mining, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and defence sectors, throughout the EMEA region. Matt has translated the skills and experience acquired in heavy industry and applied them to building services. Trading ammonia plantrooms for air handling units, he transferred to Christchurch (and later Auckland) to take up the position of BIM Lead for the same global consultancy. Matt oversaw the BIM strategy and implementation on numerous projects across a wide field in the built environment. This including educational, healthcare, residential, commercial and civic developments. Matt also sits on the BIM Auckland committee and is affiliated to the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers, Society of Digital Engineering (CIBSE SDE)

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