- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: 20 May 2022
- Time: 5:00 am - 6:30 am
The Impact of BIM & Technology on Project Risk Management
Baker Baynes invites you to join our 6-part virtual event series exploring the impact of BIM and technology on risk management for building projects.
This series will include insight on legal considerations of BIM from our collaboration partner, Andersen in South Africa. In this first webinar, Henning Rassmus of Paragon Datascape and Paragon Africa will share an industry perspective based on his experiences and thoughts on how technology can help protect delivery, BIM’s role in his projects, and a global view on opportunities for improvement.
Baker Baynes AEC BIM Specialists, Anien Nauta, and Nuraan Ebrahim will look at some common risks involved with the Design, Cost, and Schedule of construction projects and how BIM can bring tangible risk management benefits for these.
Anien Nauta – AEC BIM Specialist
Nuraan Ebrahim – AEC BIM Specialist
Common risks involved with construction projects
The benefits of BIM to bring tangible risk management in design, cost and schedule
Henning Rasmus – Founder & Director
Does Technology help or hinder?
The role of BIM on Project Risks
Opportunities for Improvement
A global view
Keshia Manolios – Director, Litigation
Andersen in South Africa
Introduction to Andersens
Reliance on Data & Technology – disputes & liability
Intellectual Property Rights
Contractual framework for incorporating BIM
Introduction to the BIM Risk Management Series
Industry Perspective – Henning Rasmus
The Impact of BIM on Common Project Risks; Design , Cost and Schedule
Legal Introduction & Perspective – Keshia Manolios
Learn about BIM’s benefits in managing design, cost and Schedule risk
See real project advantages of using BIM
Get an introduction into the legal aspects of data-centric construction workflows