Apart from us starting to see one of the biggest cultural changes we’ve made since Windows entered the construction industry; it’s now about bringing people together in an industry that needs it the most and this is what we need to keep pushing together. The really important part we believe is driving the improvement of current processes and an opportunity for the industry to see advancements through training and knowledge.
The BIM Institute recognises that the fastest medium to engage in dialogue with industry and public is through events, while also giving people the opportunity to learn about the latest building and construction methods, products, tools and information technologies appropriate for the African continent.
The Digital Construction Expo (May 2017) saw over 9000 visitors witness an industry tranforming rapidly towards a digital revolution and now the BIM BAM BOOM series of workshops this year brings together the biggest names in BIM to share their views and help get you up to speed.
These are the events that make the industry so compelling and so useful to gain insight and knowledge in new and improved technology. A chance to chat, ask questions and engage with the issues of the day in a friendly, welcoming and open manner. The digital knowledge lounge has certainly become the centre of a buzzing lively debate within the show.