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JOIN our panel of three leading architectural practices at BIMnet to explore the impact that BIM adoption is having on architects and their practices. The debate, hosted by Solibri’s Alan Baikie at Bespoke Careers in London, includes Sheppard Robson’s Dan Birdsall, Levitt Bernstein’s Sean Hicks and Jon Arnott, BIM Lead for Scott Brownrigg.
The implications of BIM for architects are explored throughout the 30 minute debate with key questions asked at the following minute marks:
2.15 What are your experiences of BIM implementation to date?
6.30 How is the UK Government’s 2016 BIM Level 2 mandate impacting on your practice?
11.49 Has the demand for data had a direct impact on your practice workflows?
15.40 What are your current quality management processes and how will they change with BIM?
20.30 Are you considering BIM as a means of supporting the Principal Designer role under the updated Construction Design and Management 2015 regulations in the UK?
21.47 Do you believe your private sector Clients are prepared for BIM?
25.30 Do you think the UK BIM Toolkit will help private sector Clients get into BIM?
28.40 Do you find that you are writing Employer’s Information Requirements (EIRs) for them?
What do you think of the responses and comments made in this video? Do you agree or disagree? We welcome your feedback in the comments section below.
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