Adris Introduction To BIM Event

BIM-Workshop-Blog-ImageAs the adoption of BIM continues to gain momentum in the UK and the rest of the world, it is vital for those that haven't implemented the BIM approach to understand and employ it in their business now.

We are giving you the opportunity to explore BIM with industry experts to give you insight into what Building Information Modelling is, how it can benefit your business and projects and the services that Adris offer to give you a helping hand with BIM.

Our BIM at the Races Day will give you the opportunity to discover the benefits of BIM and why the approach has made the workflow within the construction industry much more connected. This event is aimed at small to medium sized enterprises in both the Architectural, Engineering and Construction sectors and manufacturing industries that will need to adopt BIM as a working practice in the future.

The event is taking place on 25th June at Kempton Race Course, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex. Registration will begin from 12.00pm with sessions starting at 1.00pm till 4.00pm.

Throughout the afternoon there will be a number of interesting and informative sessions including:

• What is BIM
• How does BIM work
• How can BIM transform your projects and what does it mean for you
• How can we help you

Following the presentations, Adris would like to invite you to join us for an evening's horse racing and a buffet dinner in a private box overlooking the course.

Make sure that you don't miss out on this free event to discover BIM and learn how to make the most of it.

We only have a limited number of places available for this event so make sure you register now to guarantee your place before all spaces are filled!


To find out more about our BIM at Races Day call us on 023 8086 8947 and one of the team will be more than happy to help you.

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