EVOLUTION OR REVOLUTION
9th October 2013
18.00 – 20.00
Latest updates affecting all construction professionals: new RIBA and CIC plans of work; BIM latest; insurance and liability implications. >>
The RIBA Plan of Work 2013: the broader context by Dale Sinclair
General overview of how and why the new RIBA Plan, and its associated tools, and the forthcoming CIC Schedules of Service will change construction professional practice, plus any further developments on the horizon.
Dale Sinclair is a director of Dyer, an international architectural practice based in London. He is vice chair of the RIBA Practice Committee and chair of the RIBA Large Practice Group. He chaired the group responsible for the 2013 RIBA Plan of Work, and is a member of the CIC BIM forum and a number of associated groups.
BIM: new roles and responsibilities by Frank Newbery
Brief recap on what BIM is and why it’s an issue – 2016 – level 2 & 3 distinction. A look at the CIC BIM Protocol, PAS 1192-2 and related documents and how they affect BIM project organisation and roles. A few observations on what future trends might be expected.
Frank Newbery is a Chartered Architect at Probyn Miers with over thirty years of professional experience. He takes a special interest in Building Information Modelling (BIM), and the new forms of contention or dispute likely to arise from its growing adoption by the construction industry. Frank has published articles on BIM and professional risk.
Evolving insurances for the new world of construction by Stephen Bamforth
As practices within construction change so, too, must the world of insurance.
Stephen Bamforth is the Group Chairman and Chief Executive of the insurance broker Griffiths & Armour. G&A produced the “Best Practice Guide for PI insurance when using BIM” which was published alongside the Construction Industry Council’s BIM Protocol earlier this year.
Venue: The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL