• RICS BIM Conference 2019

    18 June 2019

    The creation of the $1 billion Construction Innovation and Technology Fund last year clearly signalled the Hong Kong government’s intention to drive further modernisation of the industry. RICS BIM Conference returns for 2019 with a renewed focus on the role of the profession in realising the vision of the “Construction 2.0” strategy.

    In use in Hong Kong for over a decade already, BIM has the potential to reshape the built environment both locally and globally. Attendees will join industry experts from the public and private sector to share approaches to furthering the adoption of BIM. Delegates will discuss the benefits of better collaborative and cross-disciplinary working, including cost and waste reductions and safer, more productive working practices. With over 200 delegates expected, the event will provide a platform for in depth evaluation of the vital challenges and opportunities presented by continued modernisation in the industry.

    Details

    Date: 23 July 2019 (Tuesday)

    Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Venue: 7/F, The Ballroom, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

    Language: English

    CPD: 7 hours

     

    Fee:

    1. Early bird (on or before 28 June)
      • RICS professionals / Supporting organisations / Sponsors – HK$1,250
      • Non RICS-professionals- HK$1,500
    2. Standard price
      • RICS professionals / Supporting organisations / Sponsors – HK$1,400
      • Non RICS-professionals- HK$1,700
    3. Group booking
      • RICS professionals (Group of 10 or more)- HK$1,150
      • Non-RICS professionals (Group of 10 or more)- HK$1,300

    Enquiry:

    Ms Karina Cheung – email [email protected]; tel 2117 0695

     

    Website: rics.org/bimconfhk

     

     

     

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