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David Philp to launch London BIM Hub, BIM2050 and BECi Public Lecture Mini Series

Posted on: 14 April 2014
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BIM Regional Hubs: LondonBIM2050

Following on from the successful lecture on The Shard from two of the Directors at Mace we are delighted to invite you to the launch of and first in the BECi Open Lecture Mini Series that will be run in collaboration with London BIM Hub and BIM2050 Group.

Prof David Philp, Head of BIM at Mace Group; Head of BIM Implementation at Cabinet Office will open the launch of the mini-series. Run in conjunction with London BIM Hub and BIM2050 Group this mini-series will bring you a range of interesting talks on innovative and iconic projects.

When: 6pm – 8pm

Where: University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LS

Mini Series Lecture Programme

1 May


The Leadenhall Building: Digital collaboration and complex fabrication

Damian Eley (Associate Director, Arup) and Dirk Krolikowski (Associate, Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners) will discuss the process of Leadenhall and, demonstrating how the BIM process was used to extend design engineering into fabrication and bringing fabrication knowledge into design engineering.

To register for this event, please click here.

5 June


Cannon Place: Construction Challenges. (Alister Offiler, Project Director, Laing O’Rourke)

Alister Offiler, the Project Director for Laing O’Rourke will lecture on the many challenges faced and how they were overcome using new techniques, such as 4D modeling, as well as more traditional methods.

To register for this event, please click here.

03 July

We are just waiting to get this confirmed. Please follow us @UoWBECi or check the BECi blog or events pages for updates.

These event’s are free but please register here to confirm your attendance.

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