First LI BIM masterclass takes place in Birmingham this November
The LI’s first BIM masterclass, developed as a response to requests from members, takes place at the Birmingham Science Museum’s Think Tank, on 17 November.
Starting at 10am, ‘BIM Masterclass – Midlands’ will demonstrate how BIM can be applied to a landscape architecture workflow.
It will feature examples of the process, explain how information is produced, managed and interrogated, and will also address some of the benefits and opportunities BIM represents for landscape architects.
The event is the first in a series of regional masterclasses organised by the LI BIM Working Group to enable members to gain a better understanding of how the BIM process works. The masterclasses are designed for those who would like to see practical examples of BIM processes for landscape, those wishing to enhance their existing knowledge of the subject, ‘and anyone wishing to learn about BIM for the first time’. The ultimate aim, according to the LI, ‘is that all of our members will feel confident in applying BIM to their projects and discussing it with their clients and other consultants’.