Free Birmingham based seminar outlining and discussing BIM Level 2 accreditation, the new ISO19650 and how to achieve it In collaboration with our partner Lloyd's Register, we're hosting a BIM Accreditation
Free Birmingham based seminar outlining and discussing BIM Level 2 accreditation, the new ISO19650 and how to achieve it
In collaboration with our partner Lloyd’s Register, we’re hosting a BIM Accreditation Masterclass at The National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham.
It aims to provide you with a thorough explanation of the BIM accreditation process, the new ISO19650, explain how you can achieve it, and explore the role that document management has to play in the process.
A free tour of The National Motorcycle Museum is also included. Numbers will be limited, so we encourage you to register early.
Location: Bracebridge Suite, The National Motorcycle Museum, Coventry Road, Bickenhill, Solihull, B92 OEJ (Parking is available for free to all attendees)
08:30 – Registration & breakfast
09:00 – Welcome & introduction
09:15 – BIM Level 2 Accreditation Deep Dive – Daryn Fitz (Excitech) and Terry Mundy (Lloyd’s Register)
10:30 – Document Management – can it contribute to the accreditation process?
11:00 – Customer journey to BIM Level 2 accreditation
11:15 – Q&A
11:30 – Close, refreshments & free museum tour
Daryn Fitz – Excitech
Daryn has been involved in the construction industry and professional design practices for over 25 years, delivering to projects extensive experience in the management, application and integration of Building Information Modelling and 2D/3D Computer Aided Design across the whole project life cycle.
Terry Mundy – Lloyd’s Register
Now business development manager for Lloyd’ Register UK, Terry comes from a background of chartered engineering. He has over 30 years’ experience of service delivery to the conventional power generation, nuclear and utilities sectors, with a flair for innovation and solution resolution through the development and management of new and sustained services to sectors as diverse as electricity, water, telecoms, gas and nuclear sectors, and as generic as supply chain and construction.
(Tuesday) 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Bracebridge Suite, The National Motorcycle Museum