Winners of the Irish BIM Innovation Awards to be announced at gala event in 8 days


Only eight days remain until the winners of the inaugural Irish BIM Innovation Awards are announced.

A limited number of tickets are available but selling fast.

CitA announced the shortlisted nominees for the 2016 Irish BIM Innovation Awards last week. The nominees cover the three Award categories: Design, Construction, Operations and Asset Management.

The shortlisted nominees are as follows:

Chiswick Community School
– JJ Rhatigan

Telecity Data Centre
– Kirby Engineering

Mylan Dublin Respiratory Project Phase 2
– Mercury Engineering

Sythwood School
– McAvoy Group

Wellcome Wolfston Centre for Experimental Medicine
– Ostick and Williams

M8/M73/M74 Motorway Improvement Project Scotland
– RPS Group

Central Bank of Ireland, New HQ
– Henry J Lyons

Mercer’s Institute for Successful Ageing (MISA)
– Garland

BIM to FM on Schools Bundle 4
– BAM Ireland

27-33 Baggot Street Upper, Refurbishment
– Designer Group

Heritage Building Surveying & Information Modelling
– Murphy Surveys

Multinational Data Centre Campus
– John Sisk & Son (Holdings) Ltd

The Goethe Institute
– Stewart

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The Irish BIM Innovation Awards 2016, which are presented by CitA in association with Irish building magazine will be held at the Gibson Hotel, Dublin, on Thursday, November 10th. The day long event will be followed by an awards presentation and dinner that evening. Shortlisted nominees will present their submissions in the award categories of Design, Construction, Operations and Asset Management, and Student.

For Further Details click here.

The judging panel is comprised of international BIM experts. Keynote Speakers have been confirmed to view their bios now click here.

The speakers and presentations will be follows:

Dr Anne Kemp, Director and Fellow at Atkins and Vice Chair of buildingSmart UK will be presenting ‘Inevitable Disruption in a Digitalised World.’

Dominic Thasarathar, Thought Leader at Autodesk will be presenting ‘Building Tomorrow: The Future of Making Buildings.’

Dr Thomas Liebech, Director AEC3, Germany will be presenting ‘Open BIM and IFC: A Global Perspective on Interoperability to Support BIM Work Flows.’

Dr Russell Manning, Virtual Design and Construction Coordinator, Pennsylvania State University Office of the Physical Plant will be presenting ‘Integrating BIM Across the Facilities Life Cycle.’

Dr Mohammad Kassem, Northumbria University will be presenting ‘An insight into Ireland’s BIM Macro Maturity Model’.


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