David Mosey will be in Adelaide to give a talk on from 6pm to 7.30pm on 11 November 2015. The topic summary is thus:
Building Information Modelling, Procurement and Contracts – does BIM require or benefit from new contract provisions and new procurement models?
A briefing by Professor David Mosey on current research, led by King’s College London and sponsored by the Society of Construction Law , as to how construction contracts and team selection processes can help make BIM work.
David is Director of the King’s Centre of Construction Law. He is also lead mentor for the UK Government trialling new procurement models that support the mandate for BIM to be used on all public sector projects by 2016.
David will illustrate his talk with UK case studies, including the largest prison in Europe, where BIM has been combined with collaborative working and early contractor involvement.
He will assess the impact of BIM on design liability, the duty to warn, project programming and IP rights, as well as risk management and dispute resolution.
The session will be at Minter Ellison’s offices at Level 10, 25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. More details available from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone in the state who is involved with putting construction contracts together would do well to come to this one.