We heard in a previous BIM hub session the principles and benefits of soft landings from Roy Evans:
As a follow on from this session we will conduct a post occupancy evaluation of the UWE “R Block” accommodation.
During this post occupancy review session we will hear from a variety of perspectives of the scheme now that it has been in operation for two years.
We will review the scheme from a design, environmental, performance, operation, maintenance and user perspective.
Whilst this design was completed using Revit software the project was delivered prior to BIM introduction.
We will end the session reflecting on how a BIM approach, and specifically soft landings, could improve future building performance through its life stages.
This promises to be a session rich with insights into the building’s performance, and will show the likely benefits of a soft landings approach.
BIM AND SOFT LANDINGS
R2 BLOCK Post Occupancy Evaluation
- Soft Landings follow on
- R Block BIM Process: past (2006), present and future
- Design of R Block
- Simulating Soft Landings: Love and Hate
- Improve: What can we do?
The Panel will be:
Elizabeth Kavanagh (Stride Treglown)
Andrew Kingdon (Stride Treglown)
Fabia Jeddere-Fisher(UWE Estates Energy Manager)
Trina Ratcliffe-Pacheco (UWE Estates BIM Manager)
Simon Brennan (UWE Estates Compliance Manager)
£10 per delegate. Please book via our online store
UWE Frenchay: R block 2R001
11th March 2014: 16:30-18:00
Tea and coffee from 16:00 for 16:30 start