BIM Project Strategy, Procurement and Contractual Risk
COST: $165.00 per person ($150 per person if three or more from one company)
Mid-session food and drinks provided
Construction industry participants should not miss this seminar if they want practical knowledge on building information modelling (BIM) in a construction project from planning through to operations.
This seminar will be of particular interest to new comers to the world of BIM projects or tenders as it will provide a practical beginning to end perspective of what is required
The seminar speakers provide a wide range of industry perspectives tailored to suit both principals, developers, builders, consultants and subcontractors.
Practical workshops and examples relate to real life projects.
Topics covered include:
- an outline of BIM and its capabilities;
- an overview of the guides and specifications currently available in the market;
- how BIM can be used for at each building lifecycle stage;
- BIM and project delivery methodology;
- BIM and contractual risk – traditional and new delivery models; and
- BIM and Procurement.
Lucy has had a varied career, starting as a marine engineering officer in the Royal Australian Navy, a contract administrator and hull surveyor for yacht construction and then a procurement manager for major projects.
She was the National Procurement Manager for JLL Project and Delivery Services where she was responsible for development, implementation and management of construction work programs and procurement strategies and was awarded a NAWIC merit award for Contribution to a Project for the Westpac Bank Now program in 2014.
Lucy is now a Senior Project Manager for healthcare and education projects and developed multi-site program strategies at APP.
Kelvin commenced his working life as a carpenter then builder before entering into the legal profession.
His business and technical background offers a unique perspective to the application of legal principles in real life scenarios as Kelvin more than most lawyers understands the reality of working in the construction industry and the challenges faced on a day to day basis.
Kelvin’s work includes advising and acting for a wide range of industry participants grappling with the challenges and opportunities arising from the increasing use of BIM in construction projects.
Chris is the Managing Director of dRofus a global company providing stakeholders with planning and data management solutions, comprehensive workflow support and access to building information throughout the building lifecycle.
He has worked for several global architecture practices, managed a team of 40 architects in Asia delivering projects around the globe for leading practices, including a Pritzker prize winner. Chris worked on several major projects in Europe with a combined value in excess of $7 billion (AUD).
Chris has held several key Design Technology roles, regularly talks at industry conferences and is widely regarded for his expertise in the field of building programming, BIM and data management.
Ranald founded ‘McGregor’ in 2015 after successfully delivering Stage 1 of Global Switch’s $300M Sydney East Data Centre Project in Ultimo, where he held the role of ‘Construction Director’.
He has a Master’s Degree in BIM and Integrated Design and a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management. Ranald has over 20 years of project management experience gained working on both the client side and the contracting side and has included the delivery of large scale international projects in Australia (‘Sydney East Data Centre’, ‘King Street Wharf’ and the ‘Sydney Olympic Stadium’), the United Kingdom (‘Wembley Stadium’) and the United Arab Emirates (‘Masdar City’).
He focuses on utilising BIM as an effective Planning and Construction Management tool to help simplify delivery through visualisation of the project plan and program.
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