An international line-up of speakers will cover a wide variety of subjects at the Ultimate BIM Summit on 31 January at the BRE in Watford.
This summit caters for all levels, in a two-tier programme that offers knowledge to both the Masters and the Movers of BIM.
Experts in the speaker line-up include Andrew Smith, future planning & group property & development, Waitrose and John Lewis Partnership; Elizabeth Kavanagh, head of HR, research & innovation, Stride Treglown; and Tor Asmund Evjen, adviser, digital communications, St Olavs University hospital, Norway.
The Masters seminars will provide the in-depth knowledge and tools you need to adjust your business strategies to existing and emerging policy. They will feature current and constructive with possibly controversial debate with regards to ongoing and future strategic developments of information management and construction in the UK and Europe.
This stream is focused on the interests of clients, the paymasters of the construction industry. It explains the benefits of BIM through client peers sharing success stories and industry experts understanding client needs.
The Movers seminars will get you up to speed with latest standards, methods and procedures to improve operational effectives, for those keen to learn about latest developments in the market.
Principles and Possibilities in building information modelling and better information management with a focus on the benefits for the construction sector at all levels will be covered.
This stream will benefit tactical leaders in consulting, contracting and manufacturing sectors who are committed to performance and productivity improvements.
Visit www.constructionsummits.com/bim for more information about the speakers, programme and booking price.