Building Information Modelling (BIM): Reap the Rewards, Reduce the Risks

Presented by

David Grigg, XL Group; Mark Klimt, DWF; Jacquetta Castle, DWF

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Do you know the Risks & Rewards of Building Information Modeling (BIM)? BIM technology has grown in importance as the economic environment and global competition mean limited financial and human resources and tight time schedules. The benefits are significant; efficient management of resources, materials tracking, less waste, smooth transition from design team to contractors and subsequently owners... it sounds like a perfect scenario. However, there is a danger of becoming overly reliant on BIM. Using real life examples, this webinar is designed to help you take advantage of this technology while helping you avoid or mitigate the risks. Tune in live to hear our experts presenting a range of perspectives. David Grigg of XL Group, will discuss liability implications and the importance of the four primary non-technical risk drivers on any BIM project. He’ll also explain the case for project shaping. Mark Klimt of DWF will explain the different BIM levels and outline the regulations and timetable for the compulsory use of BIM for centrally procured public sector projects. Mark will also talk about the operation of the Standard Protocol for use in BIM projects and the new roles created by the Protocol. Jacquetta Castle of DWF will outline cyber and security risk issues and will be looking at various insurance solutions together with the issues arising out of the global nature of cyber risks. If you're tuning in from the UK, the webinar will go live at 4:30pm (GMT) For New York, please tune in at 11:30am (EST)

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