The Construction Industry Council launches BIM Regional Hubs

31 August 2012

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) has recently announced the launch of the Building Information Modelling (BIM) Regional Hubs in partnership with the Government’s BIM Task Group.

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The eleven BIM Regional Hubs, which have been established throughout the UK, aim to raise awareness of the benefits of BIM and facilitate the adoption of BIM processes and working methods throughout the construction industry.

A series of sixteen free half day workshops entitled ‘A BIM Focus’ have been organised by CIC to take place this autumn, commencing on 25th September 2012 in Newcastle.

The workshops will feature presentations from CIC and BIM Task Group members who will explain the Government’s BIM policy and how the industry can engage with the new BIM Hubs. Local case studies will illustrate the experiences some organisations have had in implementing BIM, and a Q&A session will follow with members of the panel.

Attendees will be invited to network with fellow professionals, find out more about how the BIM Hubs will work and how they can get involved and shape its future operation.

The North West workshop will take place in Manchester on 2nd October at Cube - for more detail and to book your place click here.