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October 17, 2018

Digital Construction Week 2018

The next stop on our autumn roadshow after BILT Europe is Digital Construction Week in London: the UK event dedicated to innovation and technology in the built environment. Stop by booth C10 to see our latest advances in automating coordination so you can spend your time where it adds the most value, instead of become an Excel wizard.

We’re particularly looking forward to a couple client presentations at Digital Construction Week, including:

Ciaran Garrick

How to enable cross-project collaboration between teams
Ciaran Garrick
BIM Manager at Allies and Morrison
October 18th at 13:00 on the BIM Workshops stage


“We will explore how coordination processes were implemented during the design phase of the Stratford Waterfront in London's East End that includes a museum, university, residential & retail units. With 6 unique buildings, 15 teams, and between 40-100 individuals working regularly on the project, a lean coordination process with clearly defined roles and responsibilities was critical to the project's success.

We will share our workflows and processes that were created as a common strategy between very different building types, as well as teams with varying levels of BIM experience. Central to this process was democratising the BIM data & communications. This included opening access to owners and other critical stakeholders to issues and project metrics.”

Fabio Roberti

Interdisciplinary coordination and clash management at 6-8 Bishopsgate tower
Fabio Roberti
Head of BIM at WilkinsonEyre
October 18th at 14:00 on the Tech Stage


“This session will show how WilkinsonEyre and consultants tracked clashes and improved BIM coordination communications on the
50-storey tower at 6-8 Bishopsgate, London. The architectural, structural and MEP teams on the project tracked all clash issues using BIM Track, allowing issue details to be accessible in a central hub for coordination and quick access of issues in Revit and Navisworks. We will show the BCF-enabled workflow via Solibri Model Checker to import clashes issues to BIM Track and collaborate with consultants through IFC files. See how clashes were raised, visualized and resolved using our workflow.”

If you would like to set up an appointment with myself, or our CTIO and co-founder Carl Veillette, please reach out to us now or stop by the booth during the show.

We look forward to seeing you there,

Christian Proulx

Vice-President Sales & Marketing