Tuesday 18th September, 1–5pm
Jin Mao Grand Hyatt Lower Level Conference Room, Level 2
This pre-Congress workshop, the inaugural meeting of the Building Information Modeling Working Group, is open for attendance for all registered Congress delegates. Prior registration for the workshop is, however, required.
The Building Information Modeling (BIM) working group is being established to enable a forum about the challenges and opportunities central to Building Information Modeling in the design and construction of tall buildings. Our new information-based systems are providing us with new capabilities for design, production, and construction. Simultaneously, these new approaches are transforming the conventional relationships between architect, engineer, builder, and owner. Through relevant precedents and collegial dialogue, this working group aims to guide the BIM conversation for a rapidly transforming industry.
Trino Beltran, R&D Director, Bouygues Construction
12:45 pm: Arrival and Welcome
1:00 pm: Opening Remarks
1:05 pm: Roundtable: Participant Introductions
1:20 pm: General objectives: why do we have to build up this working group
1:35 pm: Today’s BIM vision and use for Contractor and Architects by Trino Beltran (R&D Director, Bouygues Construction)
2:05 pm: Project feedback: the BIM development done for Shanghai Tower by Autodesk
2:35 pm: BIM today and for the future: by U. Wassermann Director Business Development, Building Autodesk
3:05 pm: Coffee Break
3:30 pm: Set up of the general organization of the working group
4:00 pm: Open discussion: list of needs and concerns, recruitment…
4:30 pm: Next step: set up an agenda; list the actions to be taken
5:00 pm: Meeting Close
• Establish the initial agenda for the CTBUH Building Information Modeling Working Group.
• Reach out to CTBUH members and BIM industry experts for involvement in the CTBUH Working Group.
• Solicit involvement from software vendors, technologists, and specialists to inform the CTBUH BIM Working Group agenda.
• Identify possible BIM working group chapters in different geographies.
• Establish a virtual portal for knowledge sharing and involvement among international members.
• Collaborate with committee members in order to draft articles and write papers.
To express interest in attending this workshop, please contact Carissa Devereux at email@example.com