BILT ANZ Class Registrations Now Open!
By Ceilidh Higgins
Registration for BILT ANZ 2020 officially kicked-off in January, and for those of you who have already taken advantage of the early bird special – you may have noticed registrations for classes was not available. We appreciate your patience and can now share with you our amazing line-up of speakers. With an almost complete program to select from what promises to be our biggest and and best BILT ANZ every time – over 100 speakers and over 100 sessions!
Our Melbourne event in 2019 was our biggest one to date with 600 attendees, speakers and sponsors. So, we’re expecting an even bigger turnout this year.
We will have more blog posts on highlights across all these streams as we announce more classes, to provide you with in-depth advice on the program. But for today, we share with you a quick glimpse at some of the program highlights.
- If you are all about coordination and delivery – Navisworks is still a big deal and so Deepak Maini’s Lab: Navisworks Clash Detection Saving Time & $$$ By Setting Up Clash Templates is back as we have seen on-going demand for these skills.
- Are you procuring BIM or responsible for submitting tenders? Lucy Guerin’s Responding to Tenders for Projects with BIM is a must.
- For anyone working with cost estimating – either as an estimator or supplying models for estimating, Keeley Pomeroy’s Dr 5D or: How I Stopped Worrying and Love the Cost Bomb is for you.
- Working with digital asset management? Come along to Glen Jowett’s Steps Towards Digital Asset Management at a 45-year-old Waste Water Treatment Plant.
- Responsible for your organisation’s BIM training? Rebecca de Cicco can help with Strategically implementing a BIM training programme across your business.
- Need to know more about Open BIM and infrastructure? Jon Mirstchin has you covered – Disclosing Infrastructure Open BIM.
- Luke Johnson’s A Practical Introduction to Big Data for Construction and Operations is likely to be of general interest to almost anyone at BILT, but particularly those working in the post design phase stages.
- Dynamo has become a big part of our program over recent years, and John Pierson returns to Australia with This Graph Does Not Bring Joy – Cleaning Up Dynamo Workflows.
- And as always if you just need to make your Revit day more productive, Brian Mackey is sure to have a tip or two. Everyday Revit Tips You Wish You Had Discovered Years Ago.
- ArchiCAD users will certainly find something useful to takeaway from Matthew Johnson’s ArchiCAD Properties Lab.
- Katherine Mair will be back again for 2020 to help us all improve our soft skills of team work – Working With Human Differences to Maximise Impact and Effectiveness.