BIM and its Impact on Small and Medium Public AdministrationsTremp, 16 of November
Centre de Suport Territorial Pirineus
Morning Session (9:00am to 1:00pm)
The construction sector is witnessing important changes. Bids for public works of construction 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). 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. Already, large private projects are being executed in accordance with the requirements of this new methodology.
The Cartographic and Geological Institute of Catalonia, participant in the Construir Futur commission responsible for developing the steps that must be followed in the BIM roadmap in Catalonia, together with BIM Academy – one of the participating expert consultants – are organising the first session of BIMtour.
BIMtour is an initiative to help the largest number of agents in the AECO sector in their transition process towards working models according to the requirements demanded by the introduction of these methodologies and technologies in the Territory / Construction 4.0 relation.
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.
Additionally, the latest advances developed in the relationship between BIM and GIS will be presented.
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 with urbanism and Smart Cities.
Registration of Participants. Welcome and Agenda of the Day
GeoBIM: Map bases, 3D models of cities and BIM models
Maria Pla, Institut Cartogràfic and Geològic of Catalunya
BIM and its 10 Dimensions: impact on the management of projects, works and municipalities.
Ignasi Pérez Arnal, BIM Academy
Reality Capture Solutions for BIM applications
Alberto Gómez, gerente de Área de Leica Geosystems
Application of construction 4.0: recovery of heritage sites: Masia La Vall in Sant Llorenç de Vall
Pep Coll, technical architect and director of EiPM
Case study: implementation and BIM uses in public space projects
Olga Meliz, Projectes i Serveis de l’Àrea d’Espais Públics of the Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona
Advanced architecture for small projects
Rod Carvajal, director of SEED
BIM in the Pallars Jussà and other examples
Alejandro Nuñez, NODA
Centre de Suport Territorial Pirineus – Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya
Passeig Pompeu Fabra, 21