The Digital Built Environment Institute is proud to announce its second Hackathon in Sydney running on Wednesday 17th June, International Towers, Barangaroo, Sydney. This is running in conjunction with, and a day prior to the commencement of BILT ANZ. This year’s theme is “Collaborative Data Modeling”. From barn raising to delivering an international airport, building […]
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COVID-19 UPDATE 18/03/2020 DBEI is closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation around the world. Having already postponed our BILT Asia event (2-4 April, Singapore), we are hopeful our remaining 2020 events will proceed. However, the…
ABOUT DIGITAL BUILT WEEK NORTH AMERICA Digital Built Week North America (DBWNA) is a series of events brought to you annually by the Digital Built Environment Institute. It is the flagship event designed to cater…
BILT epitomises the desire for change in today’s construction and building management industry as it gathers together similarly motivated professionals from all sides of the conversation and gives them a platform to exchange ideas as freely as they wish to exchange data. I attend BiLT every year to learn, to share, and to re-energise my enthusiasm for driving digital change in the built environment.
BILT offers a great opportunity to engage with our industry partners, to break down the collaboration barriers, and to get an understand of the possibilities of technology within our industry.
This is the number one conference for both training and strategic thinking in BIM and Digital Engineering in the built environment. Truly a meeting of minds with the best practitioners from all parts of the industry and all over the world.
It's always great to see what industry peers are up to. BILT is a reality check that validates whether you're on the right track within your industry. As always there are a few golden nuggets to take away and implement back at your own practice. The fresh perspective that different points of view provide is invaluable.
"For me it was a great opportunity to engage experts, new learners, and those curious about what is possible. Everyone had something to contribute - how much better can that be!!! And the best part is I learn new things I can use - I didn't expect that."
"I came in to the Hackathon with very little coding experience and wondering if I would get much out of it at all, but the event surpassed my expectations and was a fantastic experience both as a learning opportunity and as a networking event and challenge for all of our team's abilities."
"This was my first Hackathon and it was a blast! I really didn't know what to expect going in and was a little worried about my "hacking" skills. However, there were people of all skill levels and experts and other team members were very helpful and supportive. It was a great learning experience and I hope to do it again soon!"
‘We are completely satisfied with the (BCS) experience, we were able to engage the “right” people. It has led to future opportunities and ideas to move forward’
BILT Europe 2018 was a fantastic conference with lots to learn and think over afterwards. I have come away inspired to push onwards and upwards. You get to see and hear HOW people are doing things rather than just WHAT they are doing.
13th March 2020
DBEI is closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation around the world. Having already postponed our BILT Asia event (2-4 April, Singapore), we are hopeful our remaining 2020 events will proceed. However, the well-being of all our partners and participants in our events remains our utmost priority. We will continue to be guided by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and local health and government authorities in each region.
Our team and Committees are working hard to plan for contingencies should the need arise.
We wish to thank you all for your support and appreciate your patience and understanding under the current circumstances and will continue to update our website and the community if there are any changes.
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