Current practice in architectural and engineering design involves workflow methods that can have many stages and steps that challenge the efficacy and quality of the design and construction process. Unnecessary costs accrue through design collaboration delays and redesign or rework at any stage which challenges the business model of all participants.
Construction teams that successfully adopt BIM Level 3 processes benefit from strategic advantages: they create less waste, deliver in less time, and produce a better outcome while retaining a healthy profit margin.
Beyond BIM: Innovations in Geometry and Collaboration
With recent attention to attain BIM Level 3, and the methods to address the necessary process improvements, this day-long symposium looks at some case studies and examples on workflow methods in architectural design, engineering and fabrication. We also look at the portfolio of software from Dassault Systemes which aims to address the workflow from concept through to fabrication and construction.
The symposium is of benefit to all architects, engineers, fabricators or contractors who are interested in seeing other ways to improve what they do.
Speakers from UNStudio, Zaha Hadid Architects, Fulcro Engineering, Felix Constructions, Hassell Studios, IDEcOM and Dassault Systemes.
Following the symposium, there is a two-and-a-half-day training session on two CATIA architectural design roles: the 3D Generative Innovator and the Concept Building Designer, with a focus on the following CATIA applications: xGenerative Designer, Imagine and Shape, Building Space Planning and Building Structures.
This event was held in London 5 - 8 March 2019 and registrations can no longer be accepted.
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