BIM for Public Administrations and UniversitiesZaragoza, 8th of May
Avenida de la Ciudad de Soria, 8 50003 Zaragoza
Morning Session(9:30am to 1:00pm)
The construction sector linked to Public Administration is witnessing important changes. As of the 17th of December, 2018, it has been mandatory for bids for public building work to incorporate BIM requirements. For infrastructures, the mandate will come into effect on the 26th of July, 2019 (Ministry of Development). Already, large private projects are being executed in accordance with the requirements of this new methodology.
BIMtour is an initiative to aid the largest number of agents in the AECO sector with their transition towards creating working models in accordance with the requirements demanded by Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0.
Objective of the day
To present what BIM is, how to implement it, what tools are necessary (hardware, software and systems) and how this new methodology will contribute to transforming the projecting, building and maintaining of buildings and infrastructures.
It interests you if you are…
A technician, professional or manager with responsibilities in the areas of what the new electronic administration, urbanism, or architecture entails, working with existing projects, heritage sites or the environment, or considering the obligation of the new Law of Contracts of the Public Sector from its start date on March 8th, 2018.
It is also interesting for councillors, heads of technical offices and elected representatives of any administration working in urbanism and Smart Cities.
Registration of Participants. Welcome and Agenda of the Day
What is BIM, its 10 Dimensions, and the Benefits and Savings It Brings.
Ignasi Pérez Arnal, director of BIM Academy
The Implementation of BIM in City Halls
José Javier Gallardo, Zaragoza City Council
BIM Data: Uses and Possibilities of Project Information in its Different Phases
Adrián Used Vivas, atBIM
Break and Networking
The Construction Process: adBIMministrando
Santos Salazar, Grupo Lobe
Can the “I” of the BIM be managed?
Nicola Paltrinieri, Pinearq