BIM Workshop: Drivers and Processes of BIM Adoption: Lessons from Australia and South Korea
The first BIM workshop took place on 24 February and provided an opportunity to exchange ideas about how Building Information Modelling (BIM) is adopted and used in Australian contexts.
Held in partnership with Professor Ghang Lee from Yonsei University, the aim was to document and share best practices unique to both countries. Professor Jennifer Whyte provided the workshop context, while Simon Vaux from DEOS Digital outlined a short history of BIM in Australia. Workshop participants drew on their personal experiences and knowledge of BIM to contribute directly to the collaborative discussion.
Institute Director, Professor Jennifer Whyte will join Professor Ghang Lee in the second workshop “Drivers and Processes of BIM Adoption: Lessons from Australia and South Korea” on 31 May, at Yonsei University. Gathering BIM practitioners and researchers, this workshop will similarly interrogate the history, current state, and future possibilities of BIM implementation across various industries.
We are delighted to welcome Professor @ghanglee to our #BIM Workshop today! pic.twitter.com/AteCzocJHq
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