San Diego’ 2015 Date: April 29 – 30th, 2015 Venue: Hilton Bayfront Hotel San Diego, CA Overview The BIMForum’s mission is to facilitate and accelerate the adoption of building information modeling (BIM) in the A/E/C industry. Leading by example and synchronize with counterparts in all sectors of the industry to jointly develop best practices for virtual design and construction (VDC). Sharing experiences and executing goals via online forums, highly useful deliverables, and practical industry conferences, will revolutionize the building industry. The BIMForum meets twice yearly, and its events have grown significantly since its inception. Influential BIM solution providers are involved in a highly interactive program that includes premium networking opportunities across a two-day summit with A/E/C project teams, owners/operators, and technology leaders. Transforming Deliverables The “deliverable” is a mechanism used to relay instructions and information from one party to another in a useful format. Presentations will address the following topics: Using BIM, but still improving traditional deliverables Creation of innovative model-based deliverables Managing the risk of model sharing Do better deliverables yield better results in the field? Are owner requirements evolving to allow new deliverables? Can BIM deliverables improve AHJ reviews? Event Schedule Day 1 : 29th APRIL 2015 7:30 AM – 7:00 PM Important Highlights of the day Introduction Delivering Data: Coordinating Building Information (David Fano, CASE) “Industrialized Construction” – A New Deliverable of BIM (Martin Scheiber & Roy Griffith, Clark Pacific) Project Data Lifecycle – From Programming through Construction (Brok Howard, HOK) Structural Steel Fabrication Package – A Paradigm Shift (Doug Fitzpatrick, Fitzpatrick Engineering Group) BIM Won’t Work as a Deliverable, Will It? (Dace Campbell, Autodesk; Ricardo Khan, Mortenson Construction; Josh Emig, Perkins + Will; Lindsey Pflugrath, Skellenger Bender) AIA TAP Innovation Awards BIM Management Track Owners Track Construction Track Networking Reception (Exhibit Hall Closes following Reception) Day 2: 30th APRIL 2015 7:30 AM – 12:15 PM Important Highlights of the day GSA’s Journey to Open Standard Model-Based Deliverables (Ilana Hellmann, GSA) New Owner-mandated BIM Deliverables Using BIM Libraries (Tony Rinella & Calvin Kam, bimSCORE) Build a Platform, not a Solution (Cliff Moser, Kaiser Permanente) LOD Update Virtual Job Walks with City Inspectors (Viktor Bullain, Turner Construction) Augmented Deliverables (Jason Chen, SOM) Communicating Site Logistics & Phasing (Jason Chappell & Ryan Lawrence, Balfour Beatty Construction) Q&A and Summation, Exhibit Hall Closes Sponsors: Some of the eminent sponsors to this event are – Pinnacle Infotech, Autodesk, Bentley, Trimble, StrucSoft, Sanveo etc.