Since 2011 and the first ICE BIM conference, the construction industry has been digitally transforming itself, driven by the BIM Level 2 Government mandate. ICE has always been at the forefront of this effort, bringing the government and industry into the same room, offering high-value technical knowledge and providing a platform for debate on the key strategic steps to unlock potential.

On 13 October, the seventh ICE BIM conference will also be transforming itself to "Shaping a Digital World" to provide invaluable insight on how to transform not only the tools we are using, but also our fundamental approach to the assets we build, maintain and operate.

What's new in 2017

  • Advisory Board: An event programme created by the industry 
  • Plenary session focusing on productivity
  • Three streams based on recommendations made in the 2017 State of Nation Report: Digital Transformation
    1. - Fostering changes in behaviours
      - Guaranteeing resilience
      - Embracing technology & innovation
  • Interactive sessions including world café format and roundtable discussions where participants are actively engaged and at the centre of the debate
  • An exhibition featuring live tech demonstrations
  • Collaboration with other sectors such as manufacturing and aerospace to facilitate change and increase productivity
  • Live polls throughout the day designed to help you identify new development opportunities
  • A post-event report and an industry toolkit

Meet ICE’s Digital Engineering Advisory Board

An expert group of industry advisors have contributed to making Shaping a Digital World the defining event for the infrastructure community:

       
                 
Tim Broyd   Anne Kemp   Alain Waha    Peter Vale    Teodoro Alvarez-Fadón 
ICE   Atkins   BuroHappold   Tideway   Ferrovial Agroman
                 
                 
                 
Ian Blackman   Mark Enzer    Richard Shennan   Tom Inglis    John Foster
Digital Built Britain   Mott Macdonald   Mott Macdonald   Laing O’Rourke   Topcon
   
   
 

In this video David Lowery - Project Director at Carillion Construction, Alain Waha - Global Head of BIM & Digital at BuroHappold and Mark Bew- Chairman of the BIM Task Group talk about the urgency to address inefficiencies and low-productivity in order to deliver better infrastructure in the digital area.