Construction Digitalisation Day 2022
May 12, 2022
09:00 – 09:40
09:40 – 09:55
Road to BIM implementation
10:00 – 11:00
Moderator: Igors Adlersbergs (Member of the board, "
Association for Construction Industry Digitalisation")
In this panel discussion participants from public and private organisations will be asked questions about the implementation of BIM from scratch. How to start using BIM in the company, how to develop it, what difficulties are expected along the way?
Break (11:00 – 11:10)
Future of BIM
11:10 – 12:10
Moderator: Gunita Ķiesnere (Member of the association, " Association for Construction Industry Digitalisation")
In this panel discussion participants from public sector will share information about the future of BIM - development, opportunities and challenges. How do we see the future of BIM, what developments can we expect?
Break (12:10 – 12:20)
Level of BIM development
12:20 – 13:20
Moderator: Jānis Berķis (Head of the Board, " Association for Construction Industry Digitalisation")
In this panel discussion participants from public and private organisations will be asked questions about the level of BIM development in different countries. A comparison of how BIM is used and applied in different countries, what can we learn?
Lunch break (13:20 – 14:00)
Presentations about BIM F*UPS or fails
14:00 – 14:25
Mostafa Elashmawy (Senior BIM & GIS Manager at WSP Middle East, Saudi Arabia)
"Procurement Without Information Requirements. Your Fastest Way to Fail."
Some clients ask their delivery teams to deliver in BIM without further information. As an Appointing Party, you should specify your Information Requirements clearly before hiring the appointed parties. In this session, I'll show you some snippets of how to fail while using BIM.
14:25 – 14:50
Dr. Marzia Bolpagni (Associate Director at Mace, United Kingdom)
"LOD vs Level of Information need: how to avoid legal claims"
The lack of culture, technology, processes and policies are likely to lead to failure. One key aspect of BIM is the creation of the right time for the right purpose; this is often not possible when using the “LOD” approach in contracts. In this presentation it will be presented how lack of clear information requirements can lead to failure and how to overcome it using the Level of Information Need framework included in EN 17412-1.
14:50 – 15:15
Noha Saleeb (Associate Professor at Middlesex University, United Kingdom)
"BIM and Integrated Digital Delivery Risk Devastations"
This presentation will discuss possible risk parameters that can cause failure on BIM projects, their impact and mitigation solutions that can be used to resolve them, taking into consideration the whole life-cycle and an Interdisciplinary approach.
15:15 – 15:40
Katarzyna Klepacz (BIM & Design Development Manager at Ruukki Construction, Poland), Haroldas Bacius (Cladding Project Manager at Ruukki Products AS, Lithuania)
"The significance of BIM in the manufacturing industry - rough patch ahead"
BIM changes the way we work, manage and coordinate investment processes. One of the areas on which BIM has a great influence is manufacturing industry, especially when it comes to sharing models and information about products. Additionally, using BIM methodology gives a possibility to create an efficient process linking the design and the component production, supporting internal actions. Presentation will unveil the daily challenges and struggles ahead manufacturers following that path.
Break (15:40 – 16:00)
16:00 – 16:10
Innovation project Nr.1
16:10 – 16:20
Innovation project Nr.2
16:20 – 16:30
Innovation project Nr.3
16:30 – 16:40
Voting for the best innovation project of the year
16:40 – 17:00