Agora BIM World 2020
Jun 30 @ 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
Agora BIM World 2020

With BIM around the World.

Digitalization of the construction sector is a once in a generation opportunity to take advantage of the best practices, digital workflows, and technology skills to shift to a higher level of performance. And to succeed in this monumental task, we must build a global BIM ecosystem of shared knowledge and insights.
BIM implementation around the world: How are we advancing?

To gather the global BIM know-how, experience, and practices, Zigurat Global Institute of Technology launches an online tour around the world to discover the BIM implementation developments in different countries and geographic areas. Experts and visionaries in charge of local initiatives and benchmark organizations that shape the BIM practice of their region will present the current reality and the most noteworthy projects.

Sign up for the first online BIM event of such global dimensions and find out about the best practices around the world

Impact of BIM on Construction Professionals and development projects @ Online
Aug 11 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Impact of BIM on Construction Professionals and development projects @ Online

Driven by rapidly evolving technology in an industry that is in dire need of efficient workflows for increased productivity, Building Information Modelling (BIM) technologies continue to transform traditional ways of doing things from early-stage design through multidisciplinary collaboration, construction phases and operations post-handover. Add pandemics to this equation and the need for remote working and project monitoring becomes inevitable.

This upcoming panel discussion on the Impact of BIM on Construction Professionals and Development Projects will explore all this and more for that quantum leap every 21st century built industry professional must take to embrace digital disruption and reposition for advancement in the AECO industry.

The panel is moderated by Engr. Kehinde Adeyemi, Director, BIM Africa, Nigeria. Members of the panel include Engr. Feleke Assefa – Technology Transfer Directory A/Director, Ethiopian Construction Project Management Institute (ECPMI), Selvan Murugan – Digital Practice Lead, Zutari (Aurecon South Africa), Alyssa Jairus, BIM Specialist, Baker Baynes (PTY) Ltd, South Africa. The panel is hosted by GBB Events and will be live on 11th August at 2 PM (GMT).

To participate, Register here:

Africa Digital Construction 2020
Sep 15 @ 10:00 am – Sep 16 @ 12:45 pm
Africa Digital Construction 2020

Online Webinar
Date: 15 – 16 SEPTEMBER, 2020 | Tuesday and Wednesday
Event Timing: 10:00 AM to 12:50 PM (WAT) | 12:00 Noon to 2:40 PM (EAT)

Proudly supported by BIM Africa, join the Africa Digital Construction 2020 hosted by Canon Central & North Africa.

With the theme – Future of Construction in Africa, the Webinar will enable AEC professionals to explore BIM and new construction technologies for implementing sustainable methods in their project life-cycles.



• Engr Mrs Aramide Adeyoye, Special Advisor to the Governor – Works & Infrastructure, Lagos State, Nigeria
• QS M. Abba Tor, FNIQS, President, Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Nigeria
• Onyema Udeze, Director, BIM Africa, Nigeria
• Vaughan Harris, Director, BIM Institute, South Africa
• George Mokhtar, Director-Technology Business Lead, Turner & Townsend, UK
• Feleke Assefa Habite, Technology Transfer Directorate- A/Director, Ethiopian Construction Management Institute (ECPMI), Ethiopia

To know more about this Webinar and to get all your queries answered, email: [email protected].

Preparing for the Future in the Building and Infrastructure Industry
Sep 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Preparing for the Future in the Building and Infrastructure Industry

We are excited to announce our collaboration with CanBIM and dbNCR for a FREE upcoming virtual event: Preparing for the Future in the Building and Infrastructure Industry.

Learn how digital technologies are being adopted in both Canada and Africa, and how these technologies will impact the future of our industry.

The future of the Building and Infrastructure Industry will face many challenges, from affordability to sustainability. To design and build a future that improves upon these aspects, new skills, technology and methodologies will need to be developed by members of our industry.

CanBIM, BIM Africa and dbNCR present: Preparing for the Future of Work in the Building and Infrastructure Industry. Join our expert presenters and panelists as we explore what it means to work in a rapidly changing industry, and how you can prepare to excel in this transformation.

Register for the free event now!

BIMHarambee.Africa 2020
Oct 5 – Oct 30 all-day
BIMHarambee.Africa 2020

In April 2020, with Covid19 keeping us confined to our homes, a conversation between two BIM Communities, one based in Johannesburg, South Africa and the other in Lagos, Nigeria, took place.

With the plethora of online BIM events that erupted, a question was asked. Where was Africa? Why was her voice not included? And so a seed was sown which led to the birth of BIMHarambee.Africa.

A conference by Africans, for Africa to showcase and promote her own people – their skills, their knowledge, their passion, their commitment to seeing BIM take its rightful place in her development. In the words of the poet June Jordan, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.”

Welcome to BIMHarambee.Africa – a proudly African endeavour which seeks to bring all BIM practitioners – novice, expert, master – together to pool our individual drops into an overflow which Raises the BIM Tide across Africa. We will hear from these passionate individuals as they share their knowledge with you. And we hope you will lend them your curiosity, your time, your open hearts and ears. We will engage with each other, we will learn together, make friends and form new networks and alliances. BIMHarambee.Africa will sow the seed for future collaborations and advance BIM adoption in Africa.

BIMHarambee.Africa is not an online conference. It is a groundswell, a clarion call. Thank you for joining us.



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