BIM for Professionals and companiesSan Sebastián, 30 of January
Ubarburu Pasealekua, 39, 20014 Donostia, Gipuzkoa
Afternoon Session (4:00pm to 7:00pm)
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). Already, large private projects are being executed in accordance with the requirements of this new methodology.
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
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 the transformation of projecting, building and maintenance of buildings and infrastructures.
It interest you if you are…
A member of a Professional Association, manager of a company within the AECO sector -Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Maintenance, architect, engineer, technical architect, surveyor or building engineer, manufacturer or manufacturer of construction and interior design products, developer, builder, as well as any other AECO agent that needs to project or subcontract according to BIM requirements.
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
BIM para profesionales y empresas
David Barco, Berrilan
Standardization of Information in BIM Models (eCOB Standard) and Budgets, Planning, and Open BIM Multiplatform Certification (without the need for modeling licenses).
Ferran Bermejo, ITeC
Break and Networking
Digitization as a Tool for Competitiveness
Examples of technologies in the industry 4.0
Roberto Natale, ACCA Software
3D laser Applications in BIM: Case Study
Diego Mosquera, FARO
BIM for the Intelligent Management of Energy and Maintenance
Mikel Barrado, Tecnalia