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DAVID PHILP
Head of BIM,Mace Group/Head of BIM Implementation,UK Government's Cabinet Office Efficiency & Reform Group,UK
David joined Mace, the international construction and consultancy company, as Head of BIM in January 2013, and is responsible for creating and enabling Mace’s BIM implementation and mobilisation strategy. David’s enthusiasm lies in highlighting the potential of new technologies and how we interact with them to bring added value to our clients, and unlock new ways of working throughout the entire property and infrastructure life cycle. David is passionate about the construction and consultancy industry and perceives BIM as a catalyst for reform. An early adopter of practical change and purposeful collaboration, David is currently seconded to the Cabinet Office’s Efficiency and Reform Group, as “Head of BIM Implementation”, where he is responsible for the mobilisation and implementation of Level Two BIM across central government's property portfolio by 2016. He will continue in this role alongside his position at Mace. He is also chair of the BIM2050, CIOB BIM working party and various BIM4 working groups, as well as a Professor at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Collaborative Insights from panel of experts including…

Parveen Sharma, Associate Vice President, BIM Services, INTEC Infra-Technologies Pvt Ltd, India

Wijit Silavisesrithit, President & Principal Architect, SQ Architects & Planner Co Ltd, Thailand

Chloe Clair, Head of Technical Department, Bouygues-Thai Limited, Thailand

Dr Ponn Virulrak, Chief Executive Officer, Wisdom Management Technology Co Ltd, Thailand;  
Faculty Member, Department of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University,Thailand

Laura Smagin, BIM Head of Department, DP Architects Pte Ltd, Singapore

Darcy Farrar, Senior BIM Consultant, CSI Global Services, Singapore

Mokhzal Osman, BIM Services & Application Engineer, Bina Initiatives Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

Peter Mann, Founder,  CodeBook Solutions Inc, USA

Yousef Mesri, Civil & Consulting Engineer/Sales Director, Business Development Precast Plant, Nemetschek Engineering GmbH, Austria


Insight and plenty of BIM success stories including managing complex construction projects and gaining maximum cost benefits from leveraging BIM technology. Parveen Sharma, Associate Vice President, BIM Services INTEC Infra-Technologies Pvt Ltd, India, will share some of these success stories...


World Building Information Modeling (BIM)
for the Construction Industry Conference 2013

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David Philp, Head of BIM, Mace Group/Head of BIM Implementation, UK
Government's Cabinet Office Efficiency & Reform Group, UK


Organized by Managed by
Featured BIM Users  
Featured BIM Consulting Company

  1. Overview
  2. Programme
  3. Gallery
  4. BIM Case Studies
  5. Exhibitors
  6. Exhibition Opportunities
PROGRAMME
DAY ONE (16 September 2013)
08:00 Registration
09:00 Chairman’s introduction
09:15 Keynote Address
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 Addressing the immediate issues and obstacles to the adoption and implementation of BIM
11:00 Building Information Modeling (BIM): who benefits?
11:45 BIM roadmap for construction industry across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the region including assessment of BIM
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Exploring the key drivers and challenges for BIM: a case study
14:45 What are markets for growth for BIM and operational impact of building information modeling
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 BIM featured projects and successful case studies
16:30 Panel discussion on how prevalent is BIM use amongst contractors and to what degree have contractors’ actually embraced BIM technology?
17:00 End of Day One
DAY TWO (17 September 2013)
09:00 Chairman’s introduction
09:15 Highlighting the benefit of using BIM to manage the complete life cycle of a project
10:00 Morning Refreshments
10:15 The potential legal and contractual issues arising from the implementation of BIM
11:00 Addressing salient issues on insurance and financial products that support integrated working through BIM
11:45 Achieving adoption of industry agreed technical standards and protocols for BIM: key considerations and challenges
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Implication and opportunities of BIM for constructors
14:45 BIM technology and preparing way for a major leap in efficiency of construction processes
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments
15:45 User experience of BIM and sharing of latest BIM technology and capability
16:30 Panel discussion on setting aligned policy to enhance awareness and adoption of BIM
17:00 End of Conference

Greater efficiency, sustainability for design and construction
“BIM as a crucial element to achieve cost-effective green buildings: what every building owners, developers, architects and engineers must know”

Poul Erik Kristensen,
Director, IEN Consultants, Denmark

The construction industry across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the region has not been using BIM to its fullest potential, thereby it is now pertinent to move the construction industry towards adoption of BIM which brings about greater integration and collaboration between developers, designers, builders and fabricators across the construction value chain and unlocking the potential of BIM.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a rapidly growing feature of today’s construction and architecture industries. BIM enables industry professionals on design changes, integrating different designs, analytics, generating documentations, thereby enhancing construction projects, eliminate product wastage, and reduce errors. It also facilitates sustainable design, showing how the building will deal with water dependency, greenhouse gas emissions and how it will affect the environment. In addition, BIM allows constructible models that will enable professionals and industry players to proceed from 2D/3D design to true building information modeling and prepares way for a major leap in efficiency of construction processes. In this way, BIM facilitates the effective transfer and sharing of complex geometry between owners, architects, engineers, contractors and fabricators in an environment that is designed to reduce waste, while effectively communicating its detailed design intent. Against this backdrop, World Building Information Modeling (BIM) for the Construction Industry Conference 2013 provides a timely platform for industry players and experts to share insight on successful BIM implementation, discuss emerging issues and opportunities as industry players and stakeholders prepare to deliver increasing numbers of projects across Asia Pacific, Middle East, Europe and the region. In addition, this conference is a timely platform for delegates to enhance and facilitate a high level discussion amongst key stakeholders, addressing immediate issues and obstacles to the adoption and implementation of BIM, in order to unlock the potential of BIM.


 


BIM implementation experience of large organization:
The case study of L.P.N. Development Public Company Limited

Dr Ponn Virulrak, Chief Executive Officer, Wisdom Management Technology Co Ltd, ThailandFaculty Member, Department of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

L.P.N. Development Public Company Limited is Thailand-based company engaged in the real estate development business. The Company's core businesses include lease and sell of office buildings and residential buildings in the central business district (CBD) of Bangkok Metropolis. It develops its property under the names of Lumpini Suite, Lumpini Place, Lumpini Ville, Lumpini Center and Lumpini Condo Town. This presentation will provide insight on the implementation and adoption of BIM for a large property developer organization.

Here are some of L.P.N. Development Public Company Limited’s project progress that has benefited from BIM adoption and implementation……..