Mark Cronin

IIMBE
Digital Engineering Advisor

Mark is a Digital Advisory Consultant at IIMBE, based in Brisbane. He is passionate about improving Information Management and furthering the use of Building Information Modelling throughout industry. Mark is actively involved with several industry bodies contributing to the future of BIM in Australia, most recently through Standards Australia during the development of ISO19650 and the accompanying ANZ Guide to ISO 19650. He is a founding committee member of BrisBIM, a committee member for several other BIM related industry initiatives, and a Semester Teaching Fellow at Bond University on their BIM Masters Course.

My Speakers Sessions

  • Friday, 11 March, 2022
    • BILT ANZ 2021, Sydney (March 2022) | Roundtable: Is there a need for national BIM templates?
      Mark Cronin, IIMBE
      Not Applicable
      BILT
      Business Strategy and Leadership
      Non Vendor Specific

      Synopsis: Would standardised national BIM templates add value to our industry? Or are they too limiting? Come and join this roundtable discussion on whether better BIM documents will improve the AECO industries.Learning Objectives: 1. Engage in the discussion on the pros and cons of national BIM templates
      2. Understand obstacles to national standards
      3. Learn the benefits consistent structure and terminology provideBody: At a time when international BIM standards are being implemented and some of the State Governments are attempting to align their future BIM requirements with each other, would a series of national BIM templates influence the implementation, adoption and success of BIM in Australia? Come along and contribute to this valuable discussion!

      Synopsis:

      Would standardised national BIM templates add value to our industry? Or are they too limiting? Come and join this roundtable discussion on whether better BIM documents will improve the AECO industries.

  • Friday, 25 November, 2022
    • BILT ANZ 2022, Gold Coast | Asset Information the Healthy Way
      Mark Cronin, IIMBE
      Operations and Maintenance
      BILT
      Operations and Maintenance
      Non Vendor Specific

      Synopsis:

      Queensland Health recently completed a project to improve the integration of BIM and SAP, as well as revising and further developing their BIM documents. These updates had a strong focus on structuring data in BIM for ongoing asset management. The ambitious task of juggling the varying needs of the many Hospital and Health Services, as well as the centralised asset data requirements, while also considering the capability of the industry carried its own health risks!

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