The CIHT Asset Management Panel is running a half day afternoon seminar with focus on the following objectives:




 

  • Up to date summary of client BIM requirements for linear transportation infrastructure
  • Lessons learnt from the application of BIM to whole life asset management from other sectors
  • Identification of the practical and pragmatic benefits of BIM for transportation infrastructure asset management

     

Sponsored by:                  

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Venue:


Space@119
119 Britannia Walk
London, N1 7JE

Space@119 Venue Location

Programme:

12:00    Delegate Registration - a sandwich lunch will be provided

Event Chair: John D’Arcy, Divisional Director – Highways at Mott MacDonald and member of the CIHT Asset Management Panel

12:30    Opening address: Overview of the application of BIM beyond design and construction into whole life asset management - Construction Industry Council (CIC) BIM Forum – Phil Jackson

13:00    Panel session – client requirements for BIM based asset management

Panel Session Facilitator – Andrew Hugill, Director of Policy & Technical Affairs, CIHT

10-15 minute presentations followed by Q&A / discussions

•    Highways England  - Speaker tbc, Highways England
•    Transport Scotland - Andy Anderson, Project Manager, Transport Scotland
•    Transport for London - John Cook, Head of Asset Management Data and Systems, TfL
•    Welsh Government - Speaker tbc

14:30    Coffee

15:00    Panel session – Industry view where BIM is being applied case studies

Panel Session Facilitator – John D’Arcy:

10 minute presentations followed by Q&A discussions


•    Service provider view – benefits of building with BIM to support handover into asset management operations – Richard Butterfield, Amey
•    Consultant view – designing through BIM for whole life asset management - Chris Britton, Parsons Brinckerhoff
•    Asset management and BIM – how to integrate? – CIHT Asset Management Panel Chair - Alex Luck, A Luck Associates

16:30    Closing address – What the future holds, the BIM potential - Richard Shennan, Mott MacDonald Group BIM Champion

17:00    Snacks and refreshments provided during networking

18:00   Close 
 

Please note that this event is now full - if you would still like to express an interest in attending and have your name included in the reserve list, please click here and submit your details. As and when any cancellations may happen, your name would move up the list and CIHT would then be in touch.

We are able to offer complementary places due to sponsorship of this event - preference will be given to CIHT members.  We respectfully request that you make a committment in your diary to attend the event as spaces are limited.

Enquiries:
E: conferences@ciht.org.uk
T: 020 7336 1570

We are in the process of requesting speaker and chair information - the page below will be updated over coming weeks.

Richard Butterfield

After 20 years leading civil engineering contracting businesses, Richard has spent the past 10 years in senior business improvement roles. As part of Amey’s Consulting and Strategic Infrastructure Executive team Richard’s responsibilities include the development of new business and service capabilities in the UK and overseas – through organic development, partnerships and acquisitions.

Phil Jackson BSc CEng FICE FRSA

Phil Jackson
Phil is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers with many years of practical experience in design and construction. He is an acknowledged leader in the deployment of Information Technology in Infrastructure Design, Construction and Operational Management.  His background and experience has encompassed most aspects of the construction industry from buildings through infrastructure to asset management.
He is passionate about the use of data as an asset and seeing it used throughout the lifecycle of the built environment. And he feels strongly that BIM has too long been seen as a 3D modelling solution and not the information management tool it really is.  He is therefore actively involved in helping asset owners designers, builders and operators in developing strategies that capture manage and leverage this information.

He has been involved in some of the world’s most prestigious projects including the UK Channel Tunnel, Hong Kong’s Airport, Heathrow Terminal 5, Dubai Festival City, Masdar City in Abu Dhabi, & London Crossrail.

He is a member of the London Crossrail BIM Advisory Panel and has been working with the UK BIM Taskgroup as a team member developing strategy and supported the delivery of BIM to government departments majoring on BIM for Infrastructure for the Highways Agency and the Environment Agency. Most recently he has joined the Atkins team assisting the UK High Speed 2 Rail project in implementing information management solutions to the project.

He runs his own independent consulting company and is Royal Academy Visiting Teaching Fellow for BIM at the University of Surrey He also chaired the Institution of Civil Engineers Information Systems Panel for a number of years, is a board member of Building Smart UK, and serves on a number of standards steering groups related to BIM.


John Cook

John Cook is Head of Asset Management Data and Systems, his team’s responsibilities include strategy development for asset information and systems and the management and governance of asset management and related systems for Surface Transport’s assets including Highways, Structures and Tunnels, Traffic Infrastructure and Bus Infrastructure.  John is currently leading on the implementation for Surface Transport’s Information Modelling and Management Programme (IMM) which is tasked with delivery BIM level 2 compliance in 2016.


 

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