Turner conferences on BIM in UAE, Qatar
Dubai/Doha, October 22, 2013
Data rich, three-dimensional modelling tools are fundamentally changing the way building projects are planned, designed, fabricated, built and maintained.
The Turner Innovation conferences in the UAE (October 27 and 31) and Qatar (October 29) presents an opportunity for industry peers to explore the practical uses, challenges and opportunities that Building Information Modelling offers across the life-cycle of a building programme.
A Building Information Model (BIM) is a three-dimensional, virtual representation of a building, which is linked to data sources that contain valuable information about that building’s systems.
BIM means project teams essentially build twice; first on the computer and then on a construction site. It is rapidly improving the environment for communication and collaboration; speeding project completion, lowering costs and improving overall quality at the same time.
The conference will offer attendees the opportunity to gain practical advice and lessons learned from a wide-range of BIM experts. It brings together building owners, architects, engineers, general contractors, and trade contractors looking to collaborate and increase their impact on the built environment.
It will also feature technology demonstrations from leaders in the development of solutions for the building industry. - TradeArabia News Service
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