Hear views from key players on how BIM is being used on one of the capital’s landmark infrastructure projects
Building, in association with Bentley, present this free-to-attend CPD accredited live audio webinar:
Adopting a BIM-driven approach throughout the London Bridge project
Date: Tues 16 June 2015
Time: 11.00-12.00 GMT
Featured Speakers: Thomas Lane (chair), group technical editor at Building magazine; Jakub Wachocki, BIM consultant, Bentley Systems; John Dorman, engineering data specialist (ProjectWise), Thameslink Programme, Network Rail; Andrew Owens, Signal Sighting CAD engineer, Network Rails
Building would like to invite you to a live audio webinar, Adopting a BIM-driven approach throughout the London Bridge project, in association with Bentley.
London Bridge, the fourth busiest station in the country, is under going a major £6bn transformation while its 50 million passengers continue to pass through its ticket barriers each year. Between 2011 and 2018 more platforms are being added to accommodate more trains and a huge concourse is being built that will unify the station for the first time and enable passengers to access all platforms from one place. The new track configuration means trains will be able to go to more destinations, including connecting to Crossrail at Farringdon.
In this webinar we will consider aspects of how BIM is being used at London Bridge including:
- The potential of BIM technology on major infrastructure projects
- The specific BIM tools used and the level of detail in modelling
- How the project was broken down by the team
- How multidiscipline design data was shared
- Challenges that arose and lessons learnt
- Issues arising from ProjectWise for projects common data environment, such as gaining supplier engagement and training
There will be a Q&A session during the debate when you can put your own BIM-related questions to any of the expert panel members.