On 1 June 2011, the BIM-MEPAUS Project Board met with the Commonwealth’s Built Environment Supplier Advocate. Supplier Advocates work with groups of companies (typically at an association level) to undertake practical industry development activities aimed at improving access to opportunities and enhancing competitiveness. Typical activities focus on supply chain development, capability showcasing and development of training […]
On 27 May 2011, Mr Jim Reis, CFO and Vendor Relations, TSI presented at the Revit Technology Conference. The session titled: FAB-MEPAUS – Design BIM through to Manufacturing BIM can be viewed by clicking here.
The Built Environment Digital Modelling Working Group is working in collaboration with the Information Technology Industry Innovation Council to develop an Australian built environment industry capable of adopting integrated digital modelling technologies to improve efficiency, address environmental and life-cycle issues and increase international competitiveness. The Working Group brings together industry, researchers, policy-makers and industry associations […]
Almost 300 attendees, speakers and sponsors participated in the MESH Conference held in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. The BIM-MEPAUS initiative received considerable interest regarding plans for BIM based HVAC supply chain integration, bringing to a similar position the level of model based exchange, automated manufacturing and high levels of off-site fabrication as that seen in the structural steel sector. Link […]
AMCA signed a MoU with the Pump Industry Australia (PIA) in relation to the cooperative and collaborative activities that will be undertaken to meet deliverables associated with: a peer reviewed technical standard; a generic BIM model for pumps component, to be used as the generic model within the BIM-MEPAUS packages released; and a generic computer aided […]
The Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) is focused on creating a competitive construction and property industry that is a leader in building Australia’s prosperity. Representatives of the BIM-MEPAUS presented at a joint ACIF/ Australian Procurement and Construction Council (APCC) Board meeting. Members supported the initiative and indicated a willingness to collaborate further as milestones are progressed.
The 2011 NPRF conference was held at the Melbourne Convention Centre in March 2011 with the theme ‘Healthy industry, healthy people, healthy environment’. The BIM-MEPAUS initiative received outstanding feedback from plumbing industry participants. Link accessible at http://www.plumbingregulators.org/
On 8 February 2011, the BIM-MEPAUS Project Board met with Senator Kim Carr, Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research. Minister Carr supported in-principle the direction sought after with this initiative. Currently at officer level the Project Board are exploring ways to partner the Commonwealth Government.
Innovation Minister Senator Kim Carr said BIM’s 3D building modelling technology helps builders and owners make the best financial and environmental management decisions over the life of a commercial building. “I am pleased the Built Environment Industry Innovation Council commissioned this study, which they will use to encourage the building industry to become more productive […]