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BILT Asia 2020 – My experience

By Rexter Retana – Mott MacDonald So, you’ve heard about the upcoming BILT Asia 2020 event and contemplating whether to attend. You ask yourself, “Is it really worth it?” The straight answer is a “Big Fat YES!” – it is worth every penny. But before you react, allow me to share with you my first […]

BCS is coming to Australia and New Zealand in 2020!

For the first time ever, we’re bringing our famous Building Content Summit (BCS) to the southern hemisphere. This event, which has been a huge success in both Europe and North America for the last three years, will be a featured one-day stream on 19 June within this year’s BILT ANZ and is dedicated to improving […]

Good Content = Happiness! A look at the BCS Europe Stream

With just one month before the BIM showdown of the year, its time to take a good look at the Building Content Summit (BCS) stream running on the first two days of BILT Europe (and remember, all BILT delegates have access to BCS sessions as well, so don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty […]

Day 2 – Practical solutions to the content problems we all have

Welcome back to our rundown of the second day of the Building Content Summit (BCS) stream. If you missed the first part (spoiler alert: Day 1 is all about perspectives and insights go have a read here). We will open with none other than Jon Mirtschin, Director of Geometry Gym and board member of BuildingSmart […]

DBWNA Chairman’s Wrap Up

This year’s event was held in the beautiful city of Seattle in the wonderful venue of the new downtown Hyatt Regency. It was the largest event ever for DBEI! And yet, it still had the benefit of bringing together leaders in the industry with passionate, innovative people in an environment that promoted continual networking. We […]

Speaker Spotlight: Laura Keyser

Content, Coordination, Collaboration That’s not only a lot of C’s, but also the subject of the roundtable I’ll be leading at this year’s Building Content Summit.  “Coordination Between Disciplines” (Friday, July 19 at 3:00) is an offshoot from a BILT 2018 panel discussion of the same name.  While moderating the panel, it was clear that […]

Sponsor Spotlight – Benjamin Glunz, BIMsmith

This week we had a chat with Benjamin Glunz, CEO of BIMSmith and Anguleris Technologies to talk all things BIM and what he is looking forward to at this year’s Digital Built Week! Ben will be joining us at this year’s event as both a speaker and as our Sponsor for the Saturday Night Gala […]

Meet our BCS Roundtable Host, Adam Murray

Tell us about YOU?   Since a very young age I was curious about how things were put together. And as many young children do, I explored that question best by taking things apart. Ever since then I have only worked to develop greater methods of questioning everyday practice and how it works. I have a […]

AEC Professionals are from Mars, Owners are for Venus – Speaker Spotlight: Carl Storms & Peter Costanzo

This week for BCS NA 2019 we spoke to one of our roundtable speakers Carl Storms (left), Solutions Consultant and Peter Costanzo (right), Director, Facilities Management at IMAGINiT Technologies, who will be leading what we think will be a thought-provoking discussion on the different outputs required for designers and owners and how to bridge the […]

Realizing the Promise of Technology, it cannot be done alone.

We asked a speaker of BCS North America 2019, Ken Flannigan, Global BIM Director, KONE a few questions about himself, his role and the industry we are in…We hope you gain insight from reading his responses. Who is Ken Flannigan? I’m a father of three, ages 11, 8, and 6 and a husband to a […]

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COVID-19 Update

3rd April 2020

DBEI is closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation around the world. Having already postponed our BILT Asia event (2-4 April, Singapore) and our BILT ANZ event (17-20 June, Sydney), 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.

If you have any concerns or questions about our events please email us at [email protected]