Delivering World-Leading Healthcare Using BIM

 

Michael Earley will be presenting at Autodesk University in London on Tuesday 19th June along with Chad Bedard of CampbellReith and Lewis Wenman of Bouygues UK.

The presentation will discuss the development of UCLH’s (University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s) new facility which will be home to one of only two NHS Centres for Proton Therapy, Europe’s largest centre for the treatment of blood disorders and surgery services.

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Both CampbellReith and Scott Tallon Walker have been involved on this project from the earliest days. As the project has matured, so has the BIM environment and consequently the client BIM requirements. From the beginning this has been an ambitious BIM project, attempting to have a fully coordinated building with models from MEP, Structure, Architecture, Facade manufacturer, Drainage, Specialist Proton therapy equipment supplier, Contractor, and more. There have been many challenges along the way, but in working together as a team we have addressed them to deliver the client’s brief. We will discuss the Architectural and Structural challenges we have faced in modelling and coordinating amongst disciplines and how we have used Revit and Navisworks to overcome these.

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The panel of speakers will discuss the data outputs and how we have addressed the developing client brief to ensure we are delivering client requirements without impacting on deliverables or coordination.

 

Start Time: 2:10 pm | End Time: 3:05 pm | Class Type/Format: Industry Talk | Primary Product: Revit | Secondary Products: ,Navisworks Manage, | Speakers: Chad BedardMichael Earley, Lewis Wenman

Looking forward to seeing you there.

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