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At Benchmarq we understand that the world of Architecture, Engineering and Construction is going through a huge period of change with the introduction of BIM. The concept of BIM is a simple one in theory… one digital model that all parties can work and collaborate on. Whilst the concept may be a simple one, we have worked with many successful companies who are struggling to get to grips with BIM and what it means for them and their projects. It’s not a surprise to us. How can anyone be expected to implement the changes that come with BIM without proper guidance and insight?
But fear not… we have the answer! We are running a unique programme of four expert-led workshops developed and delivered by BIM Champion John Eynon to give an introduction to BIM and the digital transformation of the built environment. There is no one size fits all when it comes to BIM… That’s why John will spend time helping attendees to understand what BIM actually is and what it means specifically for them and their business.
We will be running this programme of seminars at our modern training centre in Billingshurst, West Sussex over 4 consecutive Mondays in April and 4 consecutive Tuesdays in June from 3:30pm until 6:30pm. For more information on prices and availability please get in touch with the team on 01403 784139.
And for the record we haven’t given John Eynon the title of BIM Champion for no reason... John has over 40 years experience in the industry and has worked with several leading main contractors providing expert BIM support and training. John is also the author of the ‘Design Manager’s Handbook’ published in 2013, #UKBIM2 a short guide to level 2 self published in 2015 and ‘The Construction Manager’s BIM Handbook’ published in 2016.
By the end of the 4 workshops John will have demystified the whole subject of BIM leaving delegates with the knowledge and confidence to know what to do next.
Whether you’re an Architect, Surveyor, Asset Owner or someone just starting on the BIM journey… these seminars are suitable for anyone with an interest in BIM.
Join us for an opportunity to share thoughts, network with industry peers and learn from a BIM expert.