CITA Digital Transition Series – April 2018

Michael Earley and Liam Farrelly of Scott Tallon Walker Architects  presented a case study on the use of BIM on Trinity Business School at the CITA Digital Transition Series on Wednesday 11th April 2018. Adrian Ryan (Arup) and Celine O’Connor also presented on Structural Engineer and Contractors perspectives.

The opening address was by David Browne (President RIAI)

Barry Lowry (Government Chief of Information) presented the Governments strategy for Digital.

The theme for the Trinity Business School presentation was “what worked well and what didn’t” and included detailed analysis at the process of using Level 2 BIM on the Business School. The project is currently under construction and is programmed for completion at the end of 2018.

Michael Earley gave an introduction to Scott Tallon Walker Architects, Trinity Business School, Level 2 BIM and some of the challenges in dealing with change.

Liam Farrelly presented the challenges in designing the Trinity Business School in BIM.

Adrian Ryan presented the challenges relating to the Substructure, Structure and Protected Structures.

Celine O’Connor gave an overview of the benefits of BIM to contractors and highlighted some important issues relating to the status of the model at tender.

The Trinity Business School team answering some questions after the presentations.

Summary information on Trinity Business School: CITA – Trinity Business School – Case Study – 3 Page


There was a panel discussion on the National BIM Council roadmap for BIM in Ireland afterwards which will be chaired by David Browne (RIAI President) and included leaders in the field of Design and Construction in Ireland.

The PowerPoint presentations are available on CIAT at http://www.cita.ie/cita-digital-transition-series-april-11th-2018/


The agenda and list of presenters was:

Programme April 11th Final

 

 

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