The building and construction industry faces many challenges. It requires companies to constantly adapt to new circumstances, be more efficient and produce less waste.

The process of Building Information Modeling (BIM) is today viewed as the key method to transform the industry and give companies the competitive edge they need.

The Tekla European BIM Forum 2014 explores the possibilities of this revolution and brings you the insights and strategies for success. 

Successful implementation of BIM at the industry level requires a shared understanding of requirements and common standards. Join us to examine the increasingly active role governments and non-profit institutions play in shaping the adaptation of BIM and identify their interests and influence. 
Strategy More and more companies are jumping on the bandwagon of BIM. But successful implementation at the company level requires a strategic approach to BIM. Learn how companies are incorporating BIM into their business models and how to create true value for your customers.
Process BIM offers the potential to significantly improve construction workflows. At the project level, companies need to realize that BIM is not a product but a process. Decision makers face the challenge of incorporating new methods into existing processes and rethinking the way in which they cooperate with partners. Join us to transform the way in which you work.
 We would like to thank all participants for joining us in Berlin
and helping to make this a successful event with many interesting discussions





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Time February 13-14, 2014
Place Grand Hotel Esplanade
Berlin [see map]


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Key Note Speakers
Paul MorrellPaul Morrell,
UK Government Advisor

Paul Morrell has recently completed his term as the UK government's first Chief Construction Adviser and has supported the forumlation of a new cross-government construction strategy in the UK, including a strategy for BIM.

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Menno de JongeMenno de Jonge
Director of Innovation, Ballast Nedam/ Vice President, ENCORD

Menno de Jonge is the Director of Innovation at Ballast Nedam and active as Vice President of ENCORD, the European Network of Construction Companies in R&D and Innovation.

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Dr. Rafael Sacks,
Associate Professor, Technion Israel Institute of Technology

Rafael Sacks is Associate Professor for Structural Engineering and Construction Management at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology and has engaged in award-winning research in the field of BIM.

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