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Thursday 24th May at 8:30 am - 1:00 pm| Free
RefurBIM Workshop 2
Building on last year’s successful event, the 2nd RefurBIM workshop aims to provide attendees with good practice examples of how BIM processes and emerging BIM technologies have been successfully implemented on refurbishment and regeneration projects. Drawing on presentations from experts who have implemented BIM, the workshop will also provide a forum for discussing the essential aspects of building refurbishment from demolition, planning and design to occupation, with a view to further enhancing the BIM process. The University is also building on its expertise in the field of heritage BIM that is aligned to our own existing Brownfield regeneration of the Springfield Brewery site in Wolverhampton.
The workshop encourages the active participation of architects, clients, consultants and contractors involved in building alterations and refurbishments. The focus will be on non-domestic projects, but anyone engaged in refurbishment projects and looking to implement BIM in this process is welcome to attend.
This event is sponsored by the Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC), Built Environment Climate Change Innovations (BECCI) and Environmental Technologies and Resource Efficiency Support Service (ENTRESS).
08:30 – Arrive and Registration / Refreshments
09:00 – Welcome and feedback from the last meeting – Dr. David Oloke/Dr. David Heesom
09:15 – Introducing Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC) – Prof. M. Arif, University of Wolverhampton
09:30 – Data Capture for Refurbishment using HD laser Scanning – Jack Strongitharm, Faro
10:00 – Rapid 3D data collection using Matterport / VR– Nick Blenkarn / Dr. Nigel Moore, Seeable Ltd
10:30 – Using BIM in refurb Design: Case Study of façade retention – Mike Teague, Corstorphine +Wright
11:00 – Coffee Break & Networking
11:15 – Demolition / Deconstruction with BIM – Richard Dolman, AR Demolition
11:45 – BIM for Heritage and Translocation of Buildings – Dr. David Heesom, University of Wolverhampton
12:00 – Plenary wrap up and future directions – Dr. David Oloke
12:30 – Lunch
13:00 – Event Ends