Bond Bryan Associate Director, Rob Jackson, will be speaking at this year’s Digital Construction Conference on 26–27th October 2016.
The presentation – “LEGO BIM – A Digital Journey And The Story So Far” – looks at how Bond Bryan’s journey has evolved to-date and how a reputation has been established – based around detailed research, testing and collaboration. Core to this approach is the use of open formats for the creation and sharing of architectural models but also how these open formats are used to help clients to define and manage their information requirements through our digital brand.
Rob will look at why the ‘LEGO Architecture meets BIM’ blog series was created as a simple vehicle to explain some of the core concepts and outputs of BIM to lay people. The “LEGO Architecture” series is, of course, fundamentally underpinned by open processes and software tools that can take advantage of open industry formats such as IFC (Industry Foundation Classes), BCF (CIM Collaboration Format) and COBie (Construction Operations-Building information exchange).
The session will look, briefly, at a few of the uses of the LEGO model as an introduction to our stand at Digital Construction Week (DCW)
Rob will also be part of the following panel discussions: “Open BIM, Data & Standards” (26th October 10:00-10:30 in the BIM Village) and “Small Business:BIG Innovation” (26th October 14:00-14:45 on the Main Stage).
You will find us on stand V6 – come and say hello.
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