The BIM Africa Monthly Round-table is a professional round-table event about digital construction & BIM related issues.
Every month, BIM Africa collaborates with a major organization/firm – public or private – to discuss practical issues as regards BIM and Digital Construction in general. This is expected to be organized all across Africa. It is typically an event with limited slots and participation is based on registration.
This month, the event is being hosted by PureTech Engineering Consultants Limited, a leading Consultancy Firm in the Nigerian Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO) Sector.
Come join us as we discuss ways to move the Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Operations (AECO) sector forward.
Leon van Rensburg is the Director of BIM4SMME’s in South Africa. He presented on the “Opportunity cost of BIM for Small and Medium Businesses” leveraging on his experience of consulting for numerous large and small scale construction-related enterprises on how to integrate technology into their work processes.
We’re excited to announce that the Student Advocates team at Makerere University in Uganda would be conducting their BIM Awareness Forum this week. The event comes up on Wednesday, 24th April 2019 at the CEDAT Conference hall on the University campus.
From 11th to 13th of April, some members of the initiative were in Ghana for a 3-day workshop on Building Information Modelling (BIM), Cost Planning and Quantification with Softwares. The workshop started with a lecture by Prof. Martin Morgan Tuuli on Cost Planning using the New Rules of Measurement (NRM) as authored by RICS.
Leadership in Construction
Hafiz Oyediran delivered a technical presentation at the quarterly meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers (Nigerian chapter) on Understanding Building Information Modelling.