As BIM becomes more and more prevalent, it’s important for companies of all sizes to leverage its advantages in all phases of the project life-cycle. The BIM4BD session at BuildCon 2016 will explore how BIM can be a valuable and differentiating business development tool and provide general instructions and examples.
Risk is found in all phases of our business and we constantly try to find ways to manage it to the best of our ability. Looking for any fresh and cutting edge ideas? This year’s BuildCon will have a lot to offer. One area you’ll discover is how Lean methods and tools along with BIM can be part of the solution to some of our risk challenges on projects!
With the increased complexity of projects, it is important to understand the different delivery methods and tools available to have a successful and profitable project, and more importantly, a happy Owner. Attending BuildCon 2016 gives us the opportunity to update or learn new methodologies and understand the risk by learning from others in our industry.
As technology and advanced methodologies like Design-Assist further integrate project teams, our industry must clearly identify who shoulders responsibility for risk and find ways to profitably manage the process while driving value for owners. Join us at this year’s AGC BuildCon, where we’re co-locating with BIM Forum to collectively address these important issues from all perspectives.
AGC BuildCon provides participants the opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge and insight from industry leaders, owners, and contractor peers on improving your organizations project delivery approaches, business development practices and lean strategies.
New this year, BuildCon co-locates with BIMForum, allowing attendees to interface with Designers, Specialty Contractors and Engineers to talk about the issues that matter most.
This year’s theme is “Design-Assist and Associated Risk” and many of our BuildCon sessions will incorporate BIM topics.
Session highlights include:
The Conference is focused on sharing best practices, learning from each other’s experiences, exploring challenges and solutions, and encouraging an open dialogue. There are also numerous networking opportunities. Senior-level building contractors, large project owners and other key industry stakeholders will gather at the breakfasts, luncheons, networking breaks, and evening receptions.
Who Should Attend: Building construction contractors, construction project owners, design professionals, attorneys, suppliers – anyone interested in industry best practices and networking
Attire: Business Casual