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Win 2 tickets to the Ashes from UK Construction Week

  • 15 Jun 2015

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With the mandatory use of BIM on all government-funded projects coming into force in 2016, the construction industry is currently making preparations to ensure it is BIM ready.

UK Construction Week’s survey is asking whether the industry fully understands what is required of them in regards to BIM, and what percentage of UK companies have BIM portfolios ready, or are looking to invest in BIM in the near future.

At the event, held from 6 – 11 October at the Birmingham NEC, BIM has been given a dedicated space in the form of the newly announced BIM Prospects theatre.

Visitors attending the show will benefit from a comprehensive seminar schedule that tackles the key issues around BIM, including insights from experts and early adopters of BIM Level 2.

Click here to complete the survey and enter the draw to win two tickets to the Ashes at the Kia Oval on 24 August.

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Phone: 020 3225 5200
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