The why, what and how of BIM for infrastructure, Webinar

2 February, 2017 | 12:30 - 13:30

BIM for Infrastructure & Autodesk
BIM for Infrastructure & Autodesk

About this event

In 2016, BIM Level 2 has turned from target to reality and all sectors of the UK construction industry are striving to navigate through the waves created by the Government mandate deadline. Even after several years of BIM application in projects, understanding how to deliver services and meeting obligations in a BIM environment can be challenging, for both early and late adopters.

ICE and Autodesk have designed this webinar, to support the infrastructure industry in its BIM journey, answering a series of questions civil engineering professionals have been asking:

  • Why? - UK government has decided to embrace BIM Level2 for their infrastructure projects – What is the real, tangible value of BIM?
  • What? - Highlighting the requirements of BIM Level 2
  • How? - Describing a lifecycle/workflow of a project using BIM for infrastructure
  • How? - What steps should a company or organisation take to deploy and reap the benefits of BIM
  • How? - Can organisations implement BIM Level 2 on infrastructure? What support might they need during project delivery?  Examples of new workflows that are available. 

Who should attend: Director or manager or engineering practitioner – anyone with commercial and digital engineering interests within Civil Engineering or a local or central government organisation.
Join the webinar with Marek Suchocki and Peter Ingels from Autodesk, to enhance your BIM knowledge and to fully unlock your organisation’s potential.

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Marek Suchocki

John Beswick

Marek Suchocki is the Autodesk Civil Infrastructure Strategy Lead for EMEA working with civil engineering customers and their projects. He holds a degree in Civil Engineering, is a Chartered Engineer, Chartered IT Professional, a Fellow of the British Computer Society and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors. His career focus has been the research, development and application of information technology to aid management and design processes for built environment projects. He sits on the ICE Information Systems panel, is Chairman of Construct IT, is a member of the British Standards B555 committee for construction design modelling and data exchange.

Marek has been an active participant in the Task Group driving the UK Government BIM initiative from its initiation, having a management board role in the BIM4Infrastructure UK sub group and representing Autodesk on the BIM Technologies Alliance.

His career includes delivering significant impact on BIM for infrastructure adoption across many projects and organisations, the rollout of collaborative working solutions to private and public sector clients, and undertaking studies on IT and knowledge management. He has a broad experience in the UK and Europe, having previously been part of Mouchel’s IT Senior Management Team owning a portfolio of corporate IT projects, Research and Innovation Manager and a Principal Management Consultant at Atkins, site agent at Costain, and also worked within an infrastructure client and Quantity Surveying practice. He also spent four years as a Research Fellow within the Department of Construction Management & Engineering at the University of Reading.

As a product of his activities he frequently presents at industry events and conferences and has authored papers and reports on BIM, collaborative working and the application of new technology.

Peter Ingels

John Beswick

Peter is a Technical Specialist focusing on Autodesk’s Civil Engineering and Infrastructure solutions. With a background in Engineering and Surveying, and over 15 years’ experience implementing Autodesk solutions, Peter is well positioned to advise on Autodesk’s BIM for Infrastructure strategy.

Professor Tim Broyd, President, Institution of Civil Engineers

John Beswick

Throughout his career Professor Broyd has worked at the interface between industry practice and academic thinking in the construction and infrastructure sectors, including in roles with a formal responsibility for influencing business and government leaders to embrace and drive innovation through their organisations.

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