Thursday, 12 April 2012


Following its success last year, BIM Show Live returns as a 2 day event taking place on the 9 and 10 May 2012 at the Business Design Centre, London. The event will consist of a conference delivered by industry leading experts, as well as workshops and an exhibition area demonstrating the latest Building Information Modelling technologies.

It is no longer a question of whether the construction industry should adopt BIM, but how. This presents a major change within the construction industry and there is still much need for further debate, education, training and expert guidance. BIM Show Live will demonstrate the 360° lifecycle of BIM.


Why should you attend?
  •  Keep up to date with the latest BIM software
  • Learn best practices and take away fresh ideas from seminars and practical workshops
  • Hear from industry leading speakers about the latest BIM technologies and how to implement them
  • Network with industry colleagues and forge new business contacts

I will be speaking at the event on 100Bishopsgate - Multidiscipline BIM Collaboration.
100 Bishopsgate is an office development for the City of London with 88,000sq m scheme featuring a 40-storey tower and two other buildings separated by 0.2ha of public realm. In this case study, I will discuss how we used Autodesk® Revit®, Digital Project, Mircostation, and AutoCAD to develop a complete model/documentation of the scheme. The class will cover the process since we started implementing Revit before stage D and how it progressed through Stage D and E and now in F, what helped us and what problems we encountered on the way. I will also discuss how we interacted with structure and MEP consultants that use Revit platform. Architecturally, this project involved a team of over 25 people. The design team used Revit models for regular clash detection, 2D drawing production, schedules, and 3d visual.

Image courtesy: AMWB


  1. Have fun Rahul! Hope you will share some informations about this on your blog after the event...I won't be there :-(

  2. Thanks Julien! Yes, I will be sharing the even experience here on my blog. Stay tuned!!