Description

The Value of Digital Building Information -BIM provides the opportunity to utilise information rich models through a collaborative working process to improve the quality of information provided at the design and construction phases. The global driver for this was reducing cost and carbon, but many of the current projects seem to be failing to deliver. In this session BRE BIM Director Paul Oakley discusses how to make BIM work as a methodology to reduce waste and deliver the change required based upon a tried and tested methodology.

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Course Author(s)

Paul Oakley

Associate Director, BRE Academy

Paul Oakley is a chartered architect, with more than 25 years of experience. He is responsible for the technical delivery of the BIM programmes carried out by BRE and Building Smart UK, and specifically for the technical content of BRE BIM training programmes, BIM Certification schemes and BIM Research projects. He has been involved in many industry CAD / BIM initiatives from Teamwork 2000, Avanti, ADT Community group and the BIM Community. He sits on CPIC guidance committees for Uniclass classification and the BS1192:2007 guidance document, and represents RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) on the CIC BIM Forum.

Paul Oakley

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