Events & Seminars

TWO DAYS SEMINAR - Building Information Modeling (BIM):The Future Of Possibilities

PAM NORTHERN CHAPTER No. 3 Amoy Lane 10050 Penang.
Mr Asyraf Reeza Bin Mohd Rosli, Mr Zait Ismail, Puan Noriah Abdul Talip

6 Jan 2020
6 Jan 2020
PAM Corporate/Graduate
Registration closes on 8 January 2020 or once seats are fully subscribed
Registration and breakfast will commence at 8.30am.  

8 LAM CPD Points 

Non-Attendance Fee RM480.00

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Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.
Getting Started with BIM.
Understanding BIM user interface.
Understanding building elements in BIM, ie. Slab, Wall, Door, Window, Stair, etc.
Understanding composite structures and building materials.

Building information modeling (BIM) is one of the most promising recent developments in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. With BIM technology, an accurate virtual model of a building is digitally constructed.  This model, known as a building information model, can be used for planning, design, construction, and operation of the facility.  It helps architects, engineers, and constructors visualize what is to be built in a simulated environment to identify any potential design, construction, or operational issues. BIM represents a new paradigm within AEC, one that encourages integration of the roles of all stakeholders on a project ie. current trends, benefits, possible risks, and future challenges of BIM for the AEC industry.  This seminar provide useful information for AEC industry practitioners considering implementing BIM technology in their projects.
 Explanation on Virtual Building and BIM.
Completing model.
Hands-on the Design Tools, 3D modelling and 2D drawing.
Hands-on the Editing Tools.

Building Information Model characterizes the geometry, spatial relationships, geographic information, quantities and properties of building elements, cost estimates, material inventories and project schedule.  This model can be used to demonstrate the entire building life cycle.  As a result, quantities and shared properties of materials can be readily extracted.  Scopes of work can be easily isolated and defined.  Systems, assemblies, and sequences can be shown in a relative scale with the entire facility or group of facilities. The construction documents such as the drawings, procurement details, submittal processes and other specifications can be easily interrelated – a hands-on on rendering; understanding Zones for space naming and area scheduling; automatic annotation and dimensioning; working with DWG and PDF files.

Virtual Reality (VR) represents a fundamentally revolutionary way of interacting with computers, that is still evolving and changing.  Based on the advantages, disadvantages, and limitations found in the current development, potential methods of generating a design tool are explained to explore future possibilities. It is hoped that by combining VR and the new information technology, VR can be used as a design instrument to increase creativity and to meet the diversified information media challenges to be encountered in the 21st century - filtering Model Views, Pen Sets, Graphics Override for submissions; preparing drawings into Layouts for Presentation and submissions; publishing 3D model and drawings for submissions and Virtual Reality.
Mohd Asyraf Reeza Bin Mohd Rosli is a BIM Consultant and Business Development who is actively involved in BIM training, support and business development for the building industry and specially architects.
He graduated as a Quantity Surveying practices in Amer & Associates as Quantity Surveying for 3 years.  He involves in private and government projects and also in charge of BIM development and training for the staff during the services.
In 2012, He join the developer company MCT Berhad and working closely as BIM manager for Quantity Surveying department and in charge of collaborating Quantity Surveying with Architecture, M&E and others by using BIM platform.  He designs workflow for integration between the BIM department and also trainings of BIM software for all BIM department.

Zait Ismail
 is a BIM Consultant who is actively involved in BIM training and support which he believes is an important aspect to increase architects’ productivity and confidence.  He started BIM in 2001.  He is also a SketchUp Certified trainer.
He graduated as an architectural technologist when transition from drafting board to CAD was taking place.  After practicing architecture for 10 years and an ardent CAD enthusiast, he decided to pursue his interest in CAD automation.
In late 2000, he joined SIACAD Pte Ltd, an IT arm of the Singapore Institute of Architects.  He initiated ideas to automate manufacturers design object library into CAD; project management solution and assisted in developing plugins for FastCAD, IntelliCAD, AutoCAD, Revit and ARCHICAD to automate and enhance the productivity of architects.
He was an adjunct lecturer at BCA Academy teaching SketchUp to students pursuing full-time diploma in Interior and Landscape Design; Construction IT; Architectural Technology; and working adults pursuing Specialist Diploma in Interior and Landscape Design.

Noriah Abdul Talip graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Building Technology from University of South Australia in 1986.  She worked as Quantity Surveyor in consulting firm as well as with contractor for 4 years before switching to sales and marketing within the building industry.  Noriah has been involved in the CAD/CAM/CAE/BIM since 1988.  She has also obtained her Diploma in Marketing from Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK in 1999.
Notes: Participant must bring own laptop with  Archicad software installed.

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