IFMA BIM Conference 2017 – Practical & Effective BIM for Facilities Management
Friday, March 24th, 2017
This can’t-miss conference is offered in conjunction with IFMA Facility Fusion. Register for the BIM pre-conference and the full Facility Fusion conference and receive a deeply discounted rate.
Panelists and a moderator will lead each session, keeping topics on point and engaging the audience in the dialogue. Ask the experts questions, discover solutions, network with peers and come away with a plan for your facilities or projects.
Practical & Effective BIM for Facilities Management: BIM Conference at Facility Fusion 2017
Whether you’re trying to figure out what building information modeling (BIM) for FM means or providing your experiences and expertise, the value of BIM in Facility Management is the topic for this important session. Come to learn from industry experts while having ample opportunity to discuss with facility managers, product vendors and consultants what BIM is. This meeting will include the opportunity to learn about key BIM resources to help you evaluate the best strategies and processes for your organization. Attend to better understand BIM in FM and to add your feedback to the development of BIM in FM.
|12:30 – 1:00||Registration|
|1:00 – 1:45||Session 1.0 – BIM for FM: It’s All About the Data – Where to Begin|
|1:45 – 2:00||Break|
|2:00 – 2:45||Session 2.0 – Making It Practical: Existing Buildings vs. New Construction|
|2:45 – 3:00||Break|
|3:00 – 3:45||Session 3.0 – Keeping It Practical: Maintaining the Vision|
|3:45 – 4:00||Break|
|4:00 – 4:45||Session 4.0 – Practical Examples and Lessons Learned Panel|
|4:45 – 5:00||Closing Comments|
|5:00 – 6:30||Networking Reception|
Daniel R. Stonecipher, IMMERSIVx
BIM Group Leader & Immediate Past President of the IFMA IT Community
Session 1.0 BIM for FM: It’s All About the Data
There is no doubt that BIM has had a major influence in the design and construction industries. For Owners, understanding where to begin with BIM, how to leverage BIM authored data and driven processes and deliverables that benefit YOU and that work with YOUR systems and consider change management, can be daunting.
This session will take you through a practical approach of how to begin with the end in mind through case studies at both the Los Angeles International Airport and the Denver International Airport.
Moderator: Dr. Joachim Hohmann, PhD, MSc, CFM, Consultants Circle – Germany
Speakers: Dennis Rodriguez, BIM Implementation Manager-Los Angeles World Airport
Frank Peters, cBIM Program Manager-LAWA | Los Angeles World Airport
Session 2.0 – Making It Practical: Existing Buildings vs. New Construction
Ok, you have done your homework and have an end in mind plan in place. The majority of all buildings occupied, operated and maintained in today’s world have existed long before the days of CAD, let alone building information modeling (BIM), and the internet of things.
There are many different technologies and workflows in place to develop or capture a “Digital Twin” or your buildings. The ‘digital twin’ is a vital technology component for building owners to win the war for tenants and for building occupants to win the war for talent.
Join us in this presentation by Trimble that will explore approaches and technologies for creating a building and/or workplace ‘digital twin’ and the handover and consumption of data into operational systems, such as IWMS, CAFM, CMMS and Resource scheduling. It will present the use of integration of a series of services and technologies that rapidly enable organizations to digitize their real estate portfolio.
Moderator: Bill O’Neil, CFM, University of Minnesota
Speakers: Joseph Poskie, Segment Manager-Trimble
Session 3.0 – Keeping It Practical: Maintaining the Vision
This session is all about maintaining the BIM/data enabled vision through facilities management, operations and capital planning and budgeting. Also, enhanced processes and technologies that leverage data derived or authored from the ‘Digital Twin’ as well as other sources thr
This session is all about maintaining the BIM/data enabled vision through facilities management, operations and capital planning and budgeting. Also, enhanced processes and technologies that leverage data derived or authored from the ‘Digital Twin’ as well as other sources throughout the building lifecycle introducing GIS, smart buildings, big data/ IoT and smart commissioning. We will present this session through the lens of case studies as well as technology and service solutions in practical ways.
Moderator: Eric Teicholz, President GSI, IFMS SAG Chair
Speakers: Daniel Stonecipher, President-IMMERSIVx
Brian Haines, Vice President-FM Systems
Session 4.0 – Practical Examples and Lessons Learned Panel
This panel discuss will include experienced industry professionals providing practical examples and lessons learned across the full arc of topics covered in Sessions 1, 2 and 3. Join our experienced professionals to gain deeper insight into the challenges and benefits from real world examples and engage our panel with your questions. This session will be interactive, engaging and informative. Don’t miss it!
Moderator: Dr. Michael May, PhD, University of Applied Sciences HTW-Germany
Panel MC: Ted Ritter, SAG Leader – IFMA IT Community
Speakers: Joseph Poskie, Daniel Stonecipher, Brian Haines,
Steve Morren – Manager-MCS Solutions
Doug Sinclair, Director of Customer Success-Invicara
Through the generous support of our sponsors, IFMA has the ability to deliver high-quality experiences and cutting-edge information to the facility management community.
For more information about the 2017 IFMA BIM Conference or to Register:
For more information please contact Daniel Stonecipher at email@example.com
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