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February 20, 2012

2012-2-24 CPD Seminar for Building Information Modeling for Construction Inspectors - Organized by HKICW

Time:
0700 pm – 0900 pm, (Registration starts at 6:45pm)

Venue:
Jockey Club Lecture Theatre, 1/F, IVE(Morrison Hill), 6 Oi Kwan Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Content:
More and more building professional are starting to enjoy the benefits of Building Information Modeling (BIM) on their projects. This CPD will focus specifically on the ways in which leading‐edge builders are using the tools available to build better buildings.

Organiser:
The Hong Kong Institute of Clerks of Works (HKICW)

Co-Organisers:
IVE BIM Training Centre, Department of Construction, IVE (Morrison Hill)

Supporting organizations:
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS),
The Chartered Institute of Building (Hong Kong) CIOB(HK)
Registered Minor Works Contractor Signatory Association Ltd (RMWCSA)
Hong Kong Industrial Safety Association (HKISA) &
Community & Construction Professionals’ Development Centre (CCPDC)

Sponsor:
Hung Lee Construction & Decoration Limited

Speaker:
Mr. Elvis Li is the CEO of is BIM Limited, the leading building information modeling consultant in Hong Kong and China. With his 8 years experience in property development and over 9 years experience of planning and implementing BIM and BLM project, he has successfully created a series of value added services for building industry from feasibility study to facility maintenance phase for over 100 BIM projects in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and Mumbai. He is the member of BIM Expert Committee of China Commercial Real Estate Association (CCREA), Council committee of China Engineering Graphic Society and founding member of Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modeling (HKIBIM).

Medium:
Cantonese with English terminology

Certificate:
Attendance Certificate with 2 CPD hours will be granted.

Fee:
Free of Charge for HKICW / IVE/ HL / RICS / IOSH/ CIOB(HK) / RMWCSA /HKISA/ CCPDC members

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