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BIM IN ACTION 01: A case study of Park House
Free Webminar 15 May, 2014 | 11.00-12.00 BST
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In this webinar Robin Partington and Partners (RPP) will focus on two London based projects, Park House on Oxford Street and the Merchant Square development at Paddington. RPP will outline the ongoing evolution of their workflow, showing how the practice has moved from a typical 3D workflow towards a BIM integrated process.

During the presentation of Park House, they will describe how their 3D workflow enabled them to overcome various diverse challenges such as the successful reintegration of a city block, to the cutting-edge resolution of the complex roof geometry. By comparison, the Merchant Square project will show how using Bentley’s AECOsim Building Designer product has enabled their 3D workflow to develop into an asset-rich output, which has major advantages moving forward.

How was BIM adopted on the project
How BIM will contribute to operating buildings more efficiently
What support did the individual get from their team regarding BIM
Opportunity to explore how BIM benefits the individual/team
How they adopted BIM as a workflow - challenges met and BIM benefits
Aspirations, setting up for ROI
Next steps
How BIM will contribute to operating buildings more efficiently
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