Date, time & venue
The importance of the "I", i.e. information, in BIM is widely recognized. Unfortunately, there are always confusions about the accuracy, credibility of the information as it can be either too general to represent or too detailed to handle. While some design team members may tend to provide less information including the useful cross-referencing information to avoid their commitment in accuracy and credibility, there are revolutionary changes in how information in BIM should be handled. The speaker's experience in BIM shows that the level of details of BIM should be in-line with the source of information. With various types of elements, there should be a different levels of accuracy which should be stored in BIM for user's reference. This could ease the worry about any deviation between the model and the reality.
Fellow Member of HKIE
Registered Structural Engineer
Founding Chairman of The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling
Ir LEUNG has attained 25 years of experience in structural engineering. Since his graduation from The University of Hong Kong in 1988, he has been working in contractors and consultants in Hong Kong with projects in HK, China and various countries including Dubai. Ir LEUNG attained wide range of experience in both buildings and civil projects. He is a Registered Structural Engineer in HK since 1996. He has obtained Grade 1 Registered Structural Engineer in China since 2001. He is now Fellow Member of The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers.
Registration & Enquiries
This seminar is free of charge and prior registration is not required. The number of participants is limited to 80 and the seats will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. For enquiries, please contact Ir Laurel Leung at 9177 7629 or via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The seminar will be conducted in English.
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