BSRIA to exhibit at Salford Annual BIM Conference
In September 2016, BSRIA (Building Services Research and Information Association) announced it would be exhibiting at the University of Salford’s Annual BIM Conference: ‘Multi-Disciplined Collaboration for Progress’ which is being held at the University of London in January 2017.
This is a national event, attracting 300 delegates from all over the UK, including; architects, engineers, surveyors, contractors, project managers, construction managers, BIM managers and co-ordinators, manufacturers and policy makers.
High-level speakers will explore what more can be done to deliver the benefits that BIM has to offer, with topics including; the successes of BIM Level 2, how BIM Level 3 will benefit the industry and the UK as a whole, advances in technology and the benefits of and barriers to widespread BIM adoption.
Jo Harris, Sustainable Construction Group Manager at BSRIA, said: “BSRIA is delighted to be exhibiting at this conference. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn about the latest trends in BIM, including the benefits and achievements of the industry in getting ready for Level 2 BIM and discuss Level 3 BIM.”
See The Annual BIM Conference: Multi-Disciplined Collaboration For Progress for more information.
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