CME, a faculty of Portobello Institute, is going to offer the six day training session on Building Information Modeling (BIM) at Portobello Institute, Dublin 1 from 29th April 2014 to 18th June 2014. The six succinct workshops will be very useful for initiating design, construction, building product manufacturing, facilities management and client stakeholders focusing on the progression of BIM management. Information is visible like a global currency and refers to the 'I' in BIM that includes value to any projects.
It is vital to deal with the progress of information inside any organizations or projects towards developing the performance of the project team with the formation of frameworks for producing, allocating, maintaining and reusing crucial information over the life cycle of projects.
For completing a project successfully, the long haul potentiality for information management should be sustained despite short-range restrictions available in every organisation and project. A superior business progression can be achieved through the application of effective BIM management.
This exclusive course will be conducted by Irish based architect and BIM consultant Richard DePalma (The DPW Group, RKD Architects), Irish Construction IT, Quantity Surveyor, and BIM consultant Trevor Woods (The DPW Group, Construct IT), UK Architect and BIM consultant Rebecca DeCicco (Digital Node), and chartered FM surveyor and director Kath Fontana (BAM FM).
After successful completion of the course, the attendees will get CPD Accredited certification.
The course will focus on the following topics :-
Course Content Modules
The cost of the course is 2988 Euro.