BIM Talks

CIC Webinar on BIM Talks: CIC Construction Digitalisation Award 2021 - Sharing by Organisation Category Awardees

17/08/2022 | 15:00 – 17:00


The goal of BIM Talks is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are related to the successful implementation of BIM in real life, and on a wide range of topics to accelerate BIM adoption. BIM experts of different background from the industry will be invited to share their "how-to-BIM" experience in BIM Talks. This year, we will invite Organisation category awardees of the CIC Construction Digitalisation Award 2021 to share their BIM transformation initiatives and benefits, outcomes and performance that BIM brought to their organisations. Remarks: An electronic copy of CPD attendance certificate will be issued to participants with over 80% attendance within one month after the live webinar. Any attendance on replay sessions after webinar will not be considered for CPD attendance certificate. Replay video is now exclusive for i-Club members, please click here to join i-Club. Should you have any inquiries, please contact Ms. Choi at bim@cic.hk / 2100 9034.
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BIM Awareness Seminar and Workshop 2.0

25/08/2022 | 09:30 – 12:30


Please note that all visitors must complete a health declaration form, use the "LeaveHomeSafe" Mobile App to scan the venue QR code, take body temperature and wear masks before entering CIC premises. Visitors who have a body temperature higher than 37 degrees Celsius, not wearing masks, or have been to the countries/areas with outbreaks of COVID-19 in the past 14 days (Details are in accordance with the updated health quarantine announcements by Centre for Health Protection), are not allowed to enter the CIC premises. For details of the latest CHP updates, please refer to: www.chp.gov.hk Food and drinks (except water) are not allowed in the CIC BIM Space. To promote the awareness and understanding of the Building Information Modelling (BIM), CIC is pleased to organise a new event named "BIM Awareness Seminar and Workshop 2.0" in CIC BIM Space for the industry. Similar to the previous "BIM Awareness Seminar" (Half-day) and "BIM Awareness Seminar and Workshop" (Full-day), the content of the "BIM Awareness Seminar and Workshop 2.0" has been upgraded with hands-on experience on BIM software and related technologies. Participants would also have opportunities to experience BIM applications at different stages of the project lifecycle. BIM Awareness Seminar and Workshop 2.0 1. Seminar - "What is BIM?"2. Guided Tour - BIM applications along the project lifecycle3. Hands-on Workshop – a taste of BIM and related software 4. Experience latest technologies – hologram table, VR, etc. (Remarks: More identical seminars will be organized in the coming months.) Participating in this event counts for 3 CPD hours. The e-Certificate of Attendance will be sent via email to participants within one month following the event. We will use the name on registration form to issue the attendance certificate. Enquiries: Please contact Ms. Choi at 2100 9034 or email to bim@cic.hk. Thank you.
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Construction Digitalisation B2B Speed Matching Day - CDE platform for site management

26/08/2022 | 09:30 - 17:30


Please note that all visitors must complete a health declaration form, use the "LeaveHomeSafe" Mobile App to scan the venue QR code, take body temperature and wear masks before entering CIC premises. Visitors who have a body temperature higher than 37 degrees Celsius, not wearing masks, or have been to the countries/areas with outbreaks of COVID-19 in the past 14 days (Details are in accordance with the updated health quarantine announcements by Centre for Health Protection), are not allowed to enter the CIC premises. For details of the latest CHP updates, please refer to: www.chp.gov.hk Food and drinks (except water) are not allowed in the CIC BIM Space. The Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO) industry is set for changes. Moving from mere conceptualisation, digital construction and implementation is thriving in Hong Kong and around the world. All processes involved in the built asset lifecycle are streamlined and digitalised to continuously improve productivity and safety during planning, design, construction and operation, and sustainability for better quality of life. With that in mind, the CIC will organise a new event called "Construction Digitalisation B2B Speed Matching Day" at CIC BIM Space to provide a platform to pave the way for implementing construction digitalisation with users and solutions providers across the industry. The topic of this time is CDE platform for site management. In this new event, apart from seminar and workshop, B2B private session (30 mins) can be arranged with specific solution providers within the event day. Remarks: Seminar can cater max. 30 pax (first-come-first serve basis) Workshop can cater max. 23 pax (first-come-first serve basis) Confirmation email will be sent upon successful registration Programme Rundown: Participating in this event counts for 1 CPD hours for joining 1 session of seminar or workshop. The e-Certificate of Attendance will be sent via email to participants within one month following the event. We will use the name on registration form to issue the attendance certificate. For registration, please click apply now, fill in the form and pick your desired session. Confirmation email will be sent upon successful registration. Please feel free to contact Ms. LI at 3199 7274 for any enquiry.
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BIM Technical Sharing:  Project & Contract Management - Megaproject Case Study

26/08/2022 | 14:30 – 16:00


BIM Technical Sharing: Project & Contract Management - Megaproject Case Study Abstract: Megaprojects have played a significant role in creating history, from the Great Pyramids of Giza in ancient Egypt or the Great Wall of China to Tiangong Station or SpaceX’s program to colonize Mars in the modern society, they are lasting testament to human accomplishment. Megaprojects are large scale investment projects, many of which are internationally famous, such as Australia’s Sydney Opera House or close to home, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. As technology continues to advance, engineers are pushing the boundaries of what is feasible in construction. Megaprojects embrace ambition to change society, while a normal construction project simply fulfills a need. From the project manager’s perspective, the speaker quotes some poor project management lessons from classic megaproject example and shares some of his observations in recent projects under his supervision in an attempt to provide some foods for thought and brain storming for better project & contract management professionals. Speaker: Ir Andrew Keung, BSc(Eng), DipArb, CEng, FICE, FHKIE, FCIArb, FCInstCES, FHKIPM (President's Chief Representative, The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors) Biography: After graduated in UK, Mr. Keung has worked in London and Australia, projects included Darling Harbour development and mining infrastructure projects. Returned to Hong Kong in 1988, he has worked for major consultants, Binnies, AECOM and Arup supervising the construction of many mega development projects, Tin Shui Wai and Yuen Long new town development. He was the Chief Resident Engineer of Cyberport development, Route 8 Ngong Shuen Chau Viaduct and Anderson Road Site Formation projects. Mr. Keung took on new challenge in 2010, working for major contractors, being project director of Hong Kong Zhuhai Macau Bridge – Hong Kong Link Road, the Scenic Hill to HKBCF section in 2012; Studio City in Cotai, Macau in 2013-2015, Redevelopment of Queen Mary Hospital Phase 1 and more recently, the Third Runway for Airport Authority. He was the Director and General Manager of Paul Y. Construction Co Ltd and currently, he is the CEO of RockOne Engineering Company Ltd, a well-established Macau company who would like to extend its business in Hong Kong. He has some 40 years of practical experience in his belt. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers, as well as HKIE, CIArb and CICES. He was the President of Hong Kong Institute of Project Management and has been the President’s Chief Representative of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors since 2011. Prior registration is required. Confirmation details will be sent to successful applicants by email. For enquiry, please contact Ir Owen Lee, Head of Training at training@hkibim.org or Ir Ken Mao, Head of Technical at technical@hkibim.org.