The BIMtour session for Public Administrations will be next May 8 where the BIM for Public Administrations will be explained to learn more about this new methodology.

From BIM Academy we organize a new session: ‘BIM for Public Administrations’ starting at 10am in the Etopia Building (Zaragoza City Hall).

Bids for public building work must already incorporate BIM requirements from December 17, 2018 and, for new infrastructures, the obligation will be effective as of July 26, 2019 (Ministry of Development). And the large private projects are already being executed in accordance with the requirements of this new methodology.

BIMtour is an initiative to help the greatest number of agents in the AECO sector in their transition process towards working models according to the requirements demanded by Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0.

Why attend BIM for Public Administrations?

To know what is the BIM, tips to implement it in an easy way, what tools are necessary (hardware, software and systems) and how this new methodology will contribute to transform the way of projecting, building and maintaining the buildings and infrastructures of our territory .


BIM for Public Administrationsit interests you if you are …

A technician or professional or manager with responsibilities in the areas of what the new electronic administration, urbanism, architecture and new work entails, the existing work and cataloged heritage or environment, considering the obligation of the new Law of Contracts of the Public Sector from its entry into force on March 8, 2018.

It is also interesting for councilors, heads of technical offices and elected representatives of any administration with urbanism and Smart Cities.

BIM for professionals and technicians it is an initiative of BIM Academy in collaboration with AllplanACCA SoftwareFaroBexel ManagerGraphisoftBluebeam (SIMBIM)OgunLeica GeosystemsEiPMQwickcostITeCPinearqStructuraliaCT IngenierosatBIMMiller & Co Ibérica, RebuildNibugPetroBIM“Perspectiva” de +CatRàdioCrea.HOUSEIBIMABIMCommunityHabitissimo, SEED and 30virtual.

And with the help of atBIM and the City Council of Zaragoza and with the collaboration of COAATZ.