The Global BIM Network will stage its first AGM on 2 December.
At the AGM, the Global BIM Network’s members will share lessons learned from national digital transformation initiatives, consider how governments can tackle challenges collaboratively with industry and discuss the guidance, tools and evidence that will inform national and international policy on better infrastructure delivery.
By increasing the capacity and capability of the public sector as client, the Network aims to encourage the global construction sector to achieve shared goals for Covid-19 recovery, net-zero and environmental sustainability and socio-economic prosperity.
Attendees will hear policy makers, public procurers, infrastructure investors and industry leadership from across the globe discuss the challenges of digitally transforming the construction and infrastructure sector and identify solutions during the following panel discussions:
- The Cost-Benefit of Information Management: A Global Perspective
- From BIM Strategy to BIM Implementation: Procurement Practices across the World
- Government & Industry: Working together to drive benefits for People and Places.