When: Wed 1 March 2017, 18:00 – 21:00 SAST
Where: WSP PB. The Pavilion, 1st Floor. Corner Portswood and Beach Road Waterfront, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Brought to Cape Town by DigitalGreen.io, the BIM Institute, WSP PB & sponsored by Autodesk, BIM Open Mic nights aim to expand conversations to address day-to-day issues in BIM related work for EVERYONE involved in the built environment.
What is it?
A FREE event.
A chance for ‘non speakers’ to have their say…
To fill a gap in between user groups, seminars & conferences.
What’s the point?
To network with industry profesionals and meet some new faces.
To share knowledge about BIM and digital working.
To gain cross-sector, cross-discipline understanding of BIM.
How do we do it?
Volunteer arranged. For you.
NO SALES PITCHES.
10 minutes max. per speaker.
Why don’t we stream / record?
To ensure people are open & brutally honest, but be aware that people will tweet!
If you’re feeling confident and you’d like to speak, sign up on the night. Plug in your own device if you need/want to or just grab the mic and speak!
Speakers are encouraged to engage the audience in their rants, observations or simply offer tips & tricks. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions, join the debate, whoop, cheer and consume drinks!
The overriding objective of the BIM Institute is to promote the development and improvement of information technology processes in the construction industry.
The BIM Institute and its solution providers recognize that a successful construction industry is essential to us all and now is the time for us to rethink our quality control systems for us all to benefit. We wish to see the dramatic improvements by helping deliver the standards and requirements of the Building Information Modelling strategy for Africa while also promoting other information technology processes and standards in our industry that can help strengthen South Africa’s construction industry for the future of any construction project implementation and beyond.
The BIM Institute are in alliance with organisations within the construction and facilities management sectors dedicated to improving processes within the industry through defining the use and sharing of information.
The current work being carried out by the BIM Institute includes:
- Education and BIM Accredited professional status
- Interfacing with local and international partners to tackle the BIM strategy for Africa.
- Hosting events and providing media publications to promote BIM in Africa
Partners and affiliated members within the BIM Institute include architects, engineers and contractors, building owners, facility managers, manufacturers, software vendors, information providers, universities and more.
We encourage all industry members from every part of our industry to join the BIM Institute as an individual or company. When we collectively use information technology or BIM, everyone stands to gain.
For further information
For further information about the Event, visit the official website.