BIM Salford 2019

4th July 2019 - Manchester

Now in its fifth year, BIM Salford has established itself as a true industry leader offering “great takeaways from speakers” and “engaging, interesting participants”.

Delegate feedback from our 2018 conference includes:

“The conference provided a good CPD experience with opportunities to appropriately discuss and question content”

“The atmosphere was conducive to progressive thinking and informed discussion”

“Good overall situation of BIM in the UK, good event for networking”

“I learned a lot from different sectors of the industry”

In preparation for our 2019 event, we have engaged with all previous years’ attendees to inform the design of an agenda which will offer maximum benefit to delegates.

Built around real-world examples of BIM adoption and its benefits, this conference will focus on strategies for client education, supply chain engagement to boost uptake, and insight from FM and asset management providers. The only conference to benefit from the University of Salford’s leading research in BIM, the agenda will feature topics including standardisation, team integration and collaboration, and information management and exchange.

Join us at BIM Salford 2019 to benefit from commercial cost and design case studies demonstrating the tangible benefits and drawbacks of BIM. Learn how best to stimulate engagement and education for clients and throughout the supply chain at the only conference built around the University of Salford’s internationally esteemed work in BIM.

  • 4th July 2019
  • 09:30 - 16:30
  • Manchester - Directions
  • £99 +VAT
Learning Outcomes
  • Learn from real world examples of BIM adoption throughout the day, demonstrating tangible benefits and drawbacks
  • Hear about the future direction of BIM from those leading the agenda and understand the implications for you and your organisation
  • Benefit from an update on standardisation, including the Competency Standard Framework and European BIM Standards
  • Receive support with client engagement and education
  • Get a better understanding of what FM and asset management providers want from BIM
  • Hear ideas to boost uptake and knowledge of BIM and CDE throughout the supply chain
  • Stimulate team integration and collaboration with applicable examples of best practice
  • Better understand how to deal with information management and exchange
  • Address concerns around OpenBIM
Who Should Attend
  • Architect
  • Architectural Technician
  • Architectural Technologist
  • Associate Director
  • BIM Consultant
  • BIM Coordinator
  • BIM Development Manager
  • BIM Director
  • BIM Implementation Manager
  • BIM Lead
  • BIM Manager
  • BIM Technician
  • Building Services Engineer
  • CAD Manager
  • CAD Technician
  • Capital Projects Manager
  • CEO
  • Civil Engineer
  • Commercial Director
  • Design Manager
  • Director
  • Engineer
  • Group BIM Director
  • Head of Capital and Estates Management
  • Head of Engineering
  • Head of Property Services
  • Head of Technical and Design Services
  • Information Manager
  • Managing Director
  • National Project Manager
  • Operations Director
  • Practice Manager
  • Principal Architect
  • Principal Consultant
  • Quantity Surveyor
  • Technical Engineer
  • Technical Manager

We do not accept delegate registrations from suppliers.

This year's Sponsors

    Hugh Blackwood
    Sheraz Mahmood