Produce the highest quality BIM as-Built Model within the shortest amount of production time (BIM Production Sprint) while exploring how we can use BIM to make existing buildings smarter, and become Smart City ready.
The Student Competition will build on the BIMHarambee.Africa 2021 theme of BIM in 2030 (and its role in Smart Cities). The learnings from the Student Competition will inform the Panel Discussion on 21 October 2021.
Today’s students are tomorrow’s architects, engineers, contractors, project owners and developers. This is an opportunity to embed BIM (Building Information Modeling) thinking and practices into planning and development but also explore ways in which students are able to innovate in this space.
We believe that BIM is the most comprehensive instrument in our toolkit for taking digital asset inventory, delivering and managing responsible buildings for the future.
How will BIM help to improve the management and sustainability of our existing buildings stock in Africa?
How could we use BIM to get existing African buildings Smart City-ready?
We are proud to announce the winners of our Student Competition. Details in the attached pdf (Click on the button below). We will be interviewing the Team Leads of the two winning teams in our Panel Discussion on Thursday 21 October at 14h00 GMT+2
Nick is a multi-skilled contractor, with extensive experience in buildings, civil Infrastructure (structures, pipelines, roads, etc.) as well as opencast mining. With a combination of his quantity surveying, estimating, cost control and project management skills, as well as a passion for technology and improvement, Nick offers a range of pre-construction and construction services, aimed at successful project delivery. TAECIM embraces the digital transformation by moving from the traditional 2D to 3D QTO, 5D estimating/costing, 4D planning/scheduling services and is exploring further digital service offerings. TAECIM promotes the adoption of BIM and IPD approaches to projects in the built environment.
Bernd is director in Regional Industrial Development at the dtic. Recent work covers industrial parks and SEZ’s. Bernd’s diverse international experience covers sustainable development, renewable energy, water, health, agriculture, engineering, R&D, education and training, ICT, mining and financial sectors. His work spans strategy, planning, governance, administration and implementation involving government, industry, labour, communities, youth, academia, research and non-profit environments. He is passionate about people and sustainable development, driven by the belief in the restoration of Creation and every person to their original purpose and identity through a systemic, integrated and collaborative approach to find solutions to today’s multidimensional, complex challenges.