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COMPASS BIM - International panel discussion / MCBW / Schnitzer&

COMPASS BIM - International panel discussion / MCBW / Schnitzer&

International panel discussion on Building Information Modeling

Freitag, 15. März 2019 von 16.30 Uhr bis 20.00 Uhr
Aula der Hochschule München, Karlstraße 6, 80333 München
Veranstalter: Schnitzer& GmbH
in Kooperation mit Hochschule München
gefördert vom Bayerischen Staatsministerium für Wirtschaft und Medien, Energie und Technologie
mit Unterstützung von GRAPHISOFT
im Rahmen der MCBW Munich Creative Business Week 2019
kuratiert von Julia Hinderink, Schnitzer&

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Alexander Worp, Strategic Advisor BIM / Asset Management at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Eugenio Fontan, BIM Director, Enzyme APD Limited Hongkong, China
André Eksteen, Director, Earthworld Architects Pretoria, South Africa
Moema Wertheimer, Director Moema Wertheimer Arquitetura, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Margherita Frullini, Architect/BIM expert, Henning Larsen Copenhagen, Denmark

Vicki Holmes,
Digital Manager at Multiplex and Women in BIM core team member, London, UK

4.30 pm Entry and registration
5.00 pm Welcome by Schnitzer&
5.30 pm Keynote
6.00 pm Four 20 minutes lectures
7.20 pm Roundtable
8.00 pm End of panel discussion

It seems that a great number of architecture offices in Germany face a similar problem. The building market is booming, there is enough work for all architects, but while the turnover is increasing, the profit they can make is decreasing. Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a tool that will help architects and planners to keep up with the pace of digital planning and therefore ensure their relevance in future building culture and economic continuation.

„BIM was recognized as a solution to the ever-increasing costs of planning and construction brought by persistent disputes and miscommunication along the value chain. Fact is, German authorities have been observing a decline in the profitability of the construction market in the last decade and the issue of process innovation has been on the table for quite a while.“ Cobuilder

The aim of our panel discussion is to broaden the view on BIM and lower the bar. We will show international architectural projects that are implemented with BIM from all over the world – East, West, North and South. We would like to encourage all architects to fully em- brace the potentials of BIM and start codetermining the requirements and rules in Germany. Following a key- note by Alexander Worp from the Netherlands, our guests from Hongkong, Sao Paulo, Copenhagen and Pretoria will show their straits and successes and discuss similarities and differences.