BIM Compatibility and Collaboration - Live Webinar (1st February 2012 - 2pm GMT / 9am EDT)

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Join Nathan Doughty, COO, Asite; Duncan Reed, Divisional Design Manager, Balfour Beatty and James Middling, Associate Director, Mott MacDonald for the third Collaborative Building Information Modelling (BIM) webinar in the series as they discuss the technical issues around hosting the model and integrating different software packages.

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The webinar series has been organised by Building Magazine in association with Asite™ and includes two on-demand webinars discussing the business imperatives of BIM and the practicalities implementing BIM. The third upcoming live webinar will now dive deeper to explore the following BIM compatibility and collaboration challenges:

  •     Communication between different models
  •     How it is hosted - argument for single/joint models
  •     Dissecting information within model
  •     Impact and navigating Cloud Computing

Register to view and attend any or all of the webinars for free by clicking here.

Tom Lane, Assistant Editor (Technical), Building

Nathan Doughty, Chief Operating Officer, Asite
James Middling, Associate Director, Mott MacDonald
Duncan Reed, Divisional Design Manager, Balfour Beatty

Join senior colleagues from across the industry including; Contractors, Architects, Designers, Structural Engineers, Building Services Engineers, Cost Consultants and Project Managers to hear live from the industry experts and for the opportunity to submit collaborative BIM questions.

Follow the discussion on Twitter: @asite #BIMseries


As well as unique webinars, this online clinic will offer practical advice and guidance on incorporating BIM into the daily work, embracing the benefits of using BIM and other collaborative technologies.
Registrant's can access this website at any point from 28 September 2011 for live webinars, on-demand webinars and much more.

Join this unique forum and discover how businesses can drive efficiency, productivity and profitability.

  • Receive expert advice and guidance from leading industry figures on how to drive cost savings and productivity through effective use of BIM
  • Build an understanding of the BIM offering and associated technologies
  • Make new connections with colleagues from across the industry, and debate the most pertinent issues
  • Stay ahead of competitors - utilise this unique platform to remain one step ahead

About Asite

Asite was founded in 2001 and is based in the city of London. We help businesses share information and build knowledge in a secure environment in the cloud. Every day, professionals the world over use Asite to manage their projects and supply chains collaboratively to get to the information they need – when and where they need it.

About Building

Launched in 1843 Building is the UK’s best-read and most established magazine in the construction industry. Reaching over 125,000 professionals every week, Building provides an unrivalled combination of award winning editorial, news, interviews, analysis and hard industry data and leads the way in journalism for the construction industry.

Building is the only magazine covering all levels of the specification chain, reaching an audience of contractors, housebuilders, architects, clients and surveyors reflected in the high numbers of subscribers with an average circulation of 21,271*.


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