The summit, to be held on November 1, will focus on ‘Going Beyond BIM’
Held by CPI Trade Publishing’s Construction Division, The Middle East BIM Summit returns on November 1, 2017 with a mandate to look beyond BIM.
This year, expert speakers and panellists will bring into focus the evolution of construction technology as contractors, consultants and developers look to take the next step forward. Attendees will be treated to in-depth presentations, case studies and workshops from leading experts as they unveil how BIM and its related technologies can lead the way to improved efficiency and performance across the board.
Experts from across the GCC’s construction industry will gather at the Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection in Dubai on November 1st to discuss the future of building information modeling (BIM) in the region.
With an anticipated audience of around 250 guests, this second edition of the ME BIM Summit will explore the future of BIM usage in the region. With implementation case studies, panel discussions and keynote presentations that cover a variety of themes, attendees will be educated about what they can expect over the coming years, how they can realise a return on investment (ROI) and enjoy the many other benefits that BIM brings to an organisation.
Panel speakers will range across the sectors involved with BIM, including senior level government officials, BIM implementation experts, software developers and senior leadership from construction contractor and consultant companies.
Also included in the one-day summit is a CPD certified event and will include a workshop that will allow attendees to further enhance their knowledge of BIM and contribute towards their continuous personal development.
MEConstructionNews.com is also part of CPI Trade Publishing.
For further information, visit http://mebimsummit.com/