Integrated Design Process Event in Vancouver BC

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An Integrated Design Process – Where is the value?

Summit Technologies

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM (PST)

Vancouver, BC

Here are the Event details

BIM and the effort toward a more efficient design and construction process is changing the way we design and build. How we communicate. How we collaborate. Yet, many organizations are struggling to see the results that BIM has promised.

BIM is a foundational tool for the success of a process that has existed for years – an Integrated Design Process (IDP). Come hear from your peers how they are actually using the concepts behind IDP and where they are finding the value.

The key takeaways from this event are:

  • A practical approach to using BIM as a catalyst for the long accepted concept of an Integrated Design Process
  • The difference between an Integrated Design Process (IDP) and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
  • Best practices to building an integrated project team
  • Current industry challenges and expectations

For building delivery teams to work more effectively together and deliver the most value from the digital prototype created throughout the process, IDP should be used. Whether your interest is in better communication, reduced coordination issues, decreased time to market, better performing buildings, or improved building management, a properly implemented IDP process will support these expectations.

Each hour of this workshop is eligible for 1 LU (non-core) with the AIBC.

Hope to see you there.

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