Bring your Clients to BILT
Demand for ‘digital twins’ or BIM deliverables amongst clients continues to grow, with many organisations now taking a keen interest in how digital delivery can help them to design, build and manage their assets. The level of knowledge and involvement within client organisations varies from project managers with little previous knowledge of digital delivery through to being technical specialists themselves. Regardless, one thing asset owners are doing is seeking to understand the challenges similar organisations have faced in their own projects. In addition clients are realising the benefits to gaining more knowledge of the expectations and methodology of consultant or contractor teams and how to procure for the outcomes they actually need.
So bring your clients to BILT! Regardless of the level of technical expertise your client team has – BILT can help you to educate your clients by sharing case studies and knowledge from both clients and industry experts. Bringing your client partners along to BILT gives you the chance to spend more time developing your relationships as well as demonstrating and sharing your industry knowledge with them. And they’ll remember it was you who introduced them to the BILT community! If you are interested in tickets for clients, please contact us to enquire about potential client / group discounts (email us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Highlighted below are just some of the sessions focused on client outcomes and interests, with more still to be announced.
In addition to these sessions clients are likely to also find value in our keynote speakers (also to be announced) and sessions in our business / leadership stream and a wide variety of project case studies across various sectors.
1.2 Change Management from Consultant to Contractor (Nathan Love, Multiplex)
1.3 Simply Writing a BIM Execution Plan – Lessons from the Field (Jason Howden, Warren & Mahoney)
1.4 Yet Another ISO 19650 Presentation but this time It’s Personal (Paul Shillcock, Operam)
1.5 Taking the Chaos Out of Transitioning New Facilities From Design and Construction to Operations and Asset Management (Felix Miano, Strategic Project Transitions)
1.6 Auditing BIM for the TfNSW DE Framework (Mark Cronin, IIMBE)
2.2 Asset Information the Healthy Way (Mark Cronin, IIMBE)
2.3 The evolution of Asset Information Management at Auckland Airport ( Farzam Farzadi, Beca and Karl Fitzpatrick, Auckland Airport)
2.4 Flying through the Pandemic: How Brisbane Airport leveraged Digital Engineering to connect their world and create the future (Greta McNelis, Brisbane Airport Corporation)
2.5 Digital Twin Debate (Nathan Hildebrandt, Skewed)
3.1 The Importance of Diversity, Future Skills and Knowledge for the Built Environment (Rebecca de Cicco, Aurecon)
3.2 How to ask for Digital Information – Quantity Surveyors and Contractors (Jack Simon & Andrew Bradey, GRC Quantity Surveyors)
3.4 New Dunedin Hospital Project – What Makes it Tick (Brendan Hight, Warren & Mahoney))
Remember, single day passes are available as well as full 3-day registration which includes all networking events.