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FINISHED 25 June 2019 – 8th British Information Modelling Event

By 25th April 2019June 26th, 2019Events

Taking place on the 25th June we’re holding our next British Information Modelling Event, this time at the Bryden Wood Offices in Holborn, London.

The evening will bring together some of the most innovative people in the AEC industry to see some of the latest technology and discuss the industry’s biggest issues, with some great guest speakers and a panel discussion where audience members can ask questions.

Tickets are FREE and places are limited, so sign up now and join us for an engaging and informative evening:

Date and Time

Tue, 25 June 2019
18:00 – 22:00 BST


Bryden Wood
100 Grays Inn Road, Holborn, London, WC1X8AL


18.00 – 18.45 – Arrivals and networking drinks
18.50 – 19.50 – Presentations
19.50 – 20.20 – Panel discussion
20.20 – 22.00 – Networking drinks and finger food

Mission Room

Our partners at Mission Room will be joining us at this event with one of their immersive BIM visualisation displays. Come and experience live models in 3D Repo on the big screen.

Who attends?

  • Architects & Engineers
  • BIM, Coordinators, Consultants, Managers
  • Construction Clients
  • Software Engineers
  • Asset Managers
  • Project Managers
  • CEO and Directors
  • and more…


Phil Langley, Director Digital Delivery – Bryden Wood


Maria Mamoura, Director Creative Technologies – Bryden Wood

The Rapid Engineering Model (REM) is a radical and disruptive new digital approach to automated design for Highways England, developed by Bryden Wood Technology Ltd with the Smart Motorways Programme (SMP).

REM is a digital workflow, rather than a single piece of software, that is digitally driven and collaboratively enabled and means that SMP schemes can be designed automatically much faster than by traditional means.

Simon Wray, Managing Director – Specialist Project Integration

Simon will talk about how SPI are helping Network Rail deliver the expansion and remodelling of King’s Cross station, using next generation digital techniques and platforms to enhance the workflow throughout the supply chain.

James Bowles, 4D Consultant and Founder – Freeform

Freeform have been testing 3D Repo’s new online platform, SafetiBase and how it works with their detailed 4D models. Hear about how SafetiBase is helping Freeform bring next level 4D planning.

Chris Brighouse, Director of Product Management, Energy & Engineering – OpenText

See how Opentext’s Core for Supplier Exchange service can use 3D Repo to provide a review facility and link to incoming models before they are submitted into the main system of record for a project or operating asset.

Al Fisher, Head of Computational Development – BuroHappold

Dr Al Fisher will talk about the Innovate UK-funded AEC Delta Mobility project, which aims to set a new standard to enable users to live-stream individual design changes – called deltas – between designers, integrators, and fabricators instead of sharing large files over-and-over again; using their own choice of any application conformant with the newly proposed AEC Delta Mobility specification.

Tom Baker, Cogital

Tom will be speak about how Cogital are using the 3D Repo development environment to deliver customised digital solutions to their clients which aid in data management and the democratisation of BIM data.

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