3rd Annual Canada Wide BIM Survey!

The 3rd annual Canada wide BIM survey is out now!

The data collected will be used to determine strategic planning as a response to regional needs and to many organizations to generate national initiatives.  The results of the survey will be formulated into a report for release in early 2020.

We are asking you to help support this initiative which will help benchmark Canada compared to other countries as well as its own progress overtime. It is a 10-15 minute survey, primarily multiple choice with the opportunity to provide general feedback or volunteer to be interviewed.  This feedback is important to the further improvement and implementation of BIM in Canada.

     English Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ENGLISHBIMSURVEY

     French Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FRENCHBIMSURVEY

Practical Uses of Navisworks (January 2020 Meeting)

Thanks to everyone who attended the meeting on January 22. Scott Chatterton, of Aeos Consulting, educated us on the practical uses of Autodesk Navisworks and its use for 3D Coordination of BIM projects.

If you were unable to attend or would like to watch again, we have put a copy of the recording and handouts are available for your viewing pleasure, Here to access them (available for 30 days after the presentation).

Cheers,

SaskBIM

Saskatchewan Regional Session 2019 Recap

Thank you for joining SaskBIM, CanBIM, and Building Smart Canada at the Saskatchewan Regional Session on October 17 and 18, 2019 in Regina. Exploring Beyond BIM

Thank you to Saskatchewan Polytechnic, CanBIM, Building Smart Canada, and the SaskBIM organizing committee for all of their efforts preparing this event.

If you were unable to attend, or just can’t get enough of the presentations, please use the following links to access all of the events sessions on CanBIM’s Youtube Channel.

  • Legal Landscape of BIM (Andrea Lee)
  • Bridging the Divide – Old Meets New at College Avenue Campus (Kate Jackson, Amber Burt)
  • Are We BIM-ing Yet? (Carl Storms)
  • BIM Execution – Planning for Change (Rodway Jung)
  • Digitizing Horizontal Infrastructure: Leveraging Model Intelligence in Bridge Design (Drew Teal, M.Sc., P.Eng., LEED AP)
  • Collaboration Strategies: Tools, Methods, and Processes (Amanda Comunale)
  • Empowered by Your Information (Brent Mauti)
  • We ARE BIM’ing… Now What? More Than 3D Modeling (Yiğit Karanfil)
  • Panel Discussion: “Saskatchewan Exploring Beyond BIM” (Bill Moore) (Panelists: Lieu Dao, Chad Gendall, Scott Hawryluk, Chris Little)

Sask 2019 BIM Conference Registration Now OPEN!!!


Registration is now OPEN!!!
SaskBIM/CanBIM/BuildingSMART
   Saskatchewan Regional Session: Exploring Beyond BIM

Register Now

The Saskatchewan Regional Conference will offer educational and informative Technology Sessions, that will dive deeper into new technologies and processes that will assist architects, engineers, contractors, consultants and owners in their day to day activities and processes. All practitioners looking to develop their knowledge around how the technology works, “tips and tricks” and new methodologies should attend these Technology Sessions.

From legal perspectives on BIM to learning about digitizing vertical (buildings) and horizontal (civil) infrastructure projects, to learning about digital collaboration strategies, and going beyond 3D modeling/ Building Information based Models; this session will offer a wide range of topics for professionals at all stages of the learning curve. We look forward to seeing you all in Regina!

To Register use the following link … Register Now

2018 Saskatchewan BIM Conference

Thank you for joining us on October 25-26, 2018 to discover how Building Information Modeling (BIM) is used within the local Saskatchewan community. Attendance was great and it was and excellent event!!!

Thanks to Saskatchewan Polytechnic, CanBIM, Building Smart Canada and the organizing committee for all of their efforts organizing and preparing this event.

If were unable to attend or just can’t get enough of the presentations, please use the following links to access all of the events presentations on CanBIM’s Youtube Channel.

  • Opening Address (Dan Bechard)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEosm4OOhCc

  • Innovation and Digital Transformation at Alberta Infrastructure (Rafael Lucero

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ukOgoppqhw

  • Digitizing Saskatchewan’s Built Environment (Bill Moore)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ME5cqLBPqGQ

  • BIM Consulting Lessons from a Power Plant Project (Edwin Guerra)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEosm4OOhCc

  • Design Through BIM – Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital of Saskatchewan (Steve Schiml & Tyler Buhr)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BX76Zc2XB3o

  • BIM Beyond Modelling (Troy Smith)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tm4xnCJ3d30

  • Drones…How PCL is rising to new heights in Saskatchewan Construction Technology (Brad North & Larry Laxdal)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3nCGXHHqh8

September 2017 rBIMc Meeting

You are invited to join the Regina BIM Community (rBIMc) for our September Meeting.

Carl Storms of IMAGINiT is presenting a round table discussion that looks at BIM and if we should treat it as a deliverable or a process.

When: Wednesday September 13, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Where: Bushwakker’s Brewpub (Downstairs Banquet Room), 2206 Dewdney Ave. Regina, SK, S4R 1H2

 

If you are interested in attending the meeting, please sign up on the “Meeting Sign-up Page” on our site.

 

We look forward to seeing you there.

Sincerely,

The Regina BIM Community

Welcome!!!

Welcome to the Regina BIM Community! We are delighted that you have visited our site.

The Regina BIM Community is a group of like minded individuals with a  common interest in BIM.

Please consider becoming a member of rBIMc on our membership page. It’s FREE!!! You will receive meeting updates and information about BIM events in Regina and area.

Also sign up for the next meeting on September 13, 2017.

rBIMc welcomes anyone with a passion for BIM, Sustainable Design and/or Integrated Project Delivery from all AEC disciplines.