Architect specialized in BIM with 7+ years of experience in BIM Implementation and Management on Major Building and Infrastructure Projects in UAE, Qatar, Saudi, Kuwait and India.
Pursued MSc in Building Information Modelling & Management, MBA and is a USGBC LEED Green Associate. Holds Autodesk Certified Professional accreditation for Revit Architecture, Revit MEP, Revit Structures, and AutoCAD. Professionally trained and experienced on other BIM software's such as Navisworks, Solibri, Civil3D, InfraWorks and Dynamo.
Proficient with BIM Level 2 industry standards and bridging the gap between BS & PAS 1192 & ISO 1956 standards. Exploring Digital Thread/ Twin, Computational and Parametric design, AI, and Machine learning as part of the design process.
Speaker at Autodesk University Middle East 2019, AU Las Vegas 2018‐2019, Festival of BIM & Digital Construction and various other BIM summits.
What to expect during the event
Traditional roles in AEC industry are becoming more hybrid as the industry is going through digital transformation. This digitization of current processes is creating opportunities for new roles and responsibilities that are overlapping with the existing ones. The question is, will there be a possibilities of these roles to co-exist?
-Review current adoption rate of AEC industry for Digital technologies
-Analyze strategic and commercial implications of BIM roles based on ISO 19650 standards
-Analyze BIM skills required by Project Managers for successful adoption of BIM on projects
-Understanding legal aspects of BIM and its contractual implications to be considered for projects
-Gap analysis of responsibilities in BIM and Project Management and current overlapping responsibilities
-Possibilities of new hybrid roles in future to fill this gap
Overlap between BIM and Project Management - Can both the roles co-exist in future?