Advanced Conferences & Meetings, one of the leading business-to-business events companies in the region, has announced the launch of the latest conference in the Project Qatar Business Intelligence Series. Future BIM Implementation will be hosted alongside the 12th annual edition of Project Qatar on the 6-7 May 2015.
Tom Gore, Managing Director of ACM said: “Future BIM Implementation Qatar will address the growing use of BIM technologies in Qatar and explore how fully utilizing the capabilities of BIM can ensure that major construction and infrastructure projects are delivered to design specifications, within the agreed timelines and on budget.”
The conference has received overwhelming response from the industry with delegates interested to find out more about topics covering Implementing BIM from the perspective of all construction and infrastructure project • Demonstrating the value of BIM through the design, construction and operating phases of construction • Detailing the cost and efficiency gains that can be made through the proper implementation of BIM across the full lifecycle of the project • Sharing real-life examples of BIM implementation from a variety of planned, ongoing and completed projects to identify the lessons learned and the benefits delivered • Evaluating BIM solution providers and sharing knowledge on selecting the best technology for individual requirements • Discussing plans for mandating the use of BIM and what this will mean for the future of the
The Future BIM Implementation conference has confirmed speakers from Public Works Authority “Ashghal”, Qatar Foundation, KEO International Consultants, Egis Rail, Hochtief ViCon Qatar, Teesside University, Al Tamimi & Company, Arab Engineering Bureau, Qatar Green Building, Engineering Consultants Group, Gleeds, Arup, Hamad Medical Corporation, American Institute of Architects, Middle East Chapter, Modelical
Tom Gore, Managing Director, Advanced Conferences & Meeting went on to say: “The Project Qatar exhibition brings together Qatar’s top construction and infrastructure decision-makers with a wide range of contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and suppliers. As understanding the possibilities of BIM and optimizing BIM implementation is now becoming critical to all these stakeholders in delivering successful projects in Qatar, the Future BIM Implementation conference is an extremely important addition to Project Qatar 2015.”
The Future BIM Implementation conference will also provide a platform for BIM and related technology providers to showcase their expertise, products and services, whilst project owners, project managers and other key stakeholders exchange best practice and plan for future projects.
For further information about the conference, please visit www.futurebimqatar.com