BIM for industrialists and companies

Barcelona, 21 March of 2019


Trespa Design Centre Barcelona

Calle Ribera 5 08003 Barcelona Spain


Afternoon Session(4:00pm to 7:00pm)

The building and civil engineering sector is witnessing major changes and all agents of the AECO sector must migrate towards BIM processes and standards to maintain their competitiveness in local and international markets.

The bids for public building work must incorporate BIM requirements from December 17, 2018 and, for infrastructures, the obligation will be effective as of July 26, 2019 by the Ministry of Development. Meanwhile, during the fall, a Government Agreement of the Generalitat de Catalunya will be approved for all projects of more than 5.2 million euros per work and 300,000 euros per project.

Owners and private promoters (in particular those linked to important national and foreign projects), and future operators of larger buildings (hospitals, hotels, sport halls…) and infrastructures (highways, ports, airports, railway lines…) are introducing as well as demanding the use of BIM methodology in their projects.

BIMtour is an initiative to aid the largest number of agents in the AECO sector in their transition towards creating working models in accordance with the requirements demanded by Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0.

Objective of the day

The day will present what BIM is, tips to implement it in an easy way, what tools are necessary (hardware, software and systems), and how this new methodology will contribute to transforming the projecting, building, and maintenance of buildings and infrastructures.


It interests you if you are …

  • A Builder
  • An industrial manufacturer of construction equipment and materials who wants to market them in public projects tendered according to BIM requirements, to developers and private builders, or through prescribers who work with BIM (architects, engineers, interior designers, urban planners …).



Registration of Participants. Welcome and Agenda of the Day


Exploring Advanced Architecture and Construction 4.0. BIM as a Solution 
Ignasi Pérez Arnal, BIM Academy


Why Builders and Industrialists Need BIM?
Ignasi Pérez Arnal, BIM Academy


Cases of Digitalisation Applications Using 3D Laser Technology in Industrial Environments
Diego Mosquera, FARO


Break and Networking


The BIM Field Trip
Ruben Cubel, Leica Geosystems


…and after BIM – then what? Maintenance Management
Jordi Casals, SPI


The Implementation of BIM in the Manufacturers of Products. Standardization of Object Libraries and Investment Optimization. ECOB Standard
Ferran Bermejo, ITeC


Round Table





Calle Ribera 5

 08003 Barcelona