Auckland 2017

26-27 Sep, Tue–Wed 9pm–4am, ASB Showgrounds

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Glenn Jowett

Glenn Jowett

As Senior Associate - BIM Delivery Lead for Beca in Christchurch, Glenn is responsible for supporting clients in making the complex transition from traditional project delivery to a collaborative BIM-centric project delivery process, focussing on the sharing and re-use of structured data across the asset lifecycle. Services include information management consulting to enable owners to get value from their assets through the improved use of technology and leveraging data, enterprise strategic BIM implementation and BIM deployment and management on capital projects.

A structural designer by profession, with over 10 years’ industry experience, Glenn has been involved with driving BIM strategy since its early evolution. As a key contributor to the MBIE sponsored NZ BIM Handbook, the chair of BIMsiNZ (BIM South Island New Zealand user group) and being awarded the NZIOB Young Achiever of the Year Award in 2016 for his contribution to BIM Development within the industry, Glenn has built a profile and is widely recognised as a leader in the BIM community in New Zealand.

Glenn is passionate about the potential of new technologies and how we can interact with them to bring added value to our clients and to unlock more efficient ways of delivering projects and managing assets in the built environment.

See Glenn Jowett live in Auckland 2017

Wednesday 27 September
12:30pm-1:30pm Spotless Seminar Series

Technology isn’t just changing the way we work; it’s also changing the way we manage and operate property. Building Information Modelling is one technology that has the potential for significant impact, in retrofits as well as new builds. If you think you know BIM, think again!

With the Facilities Management Association of New Zealand (FMANZ) we have drawn together a panel of learned experts to provide a forum for debate and to establish what opportunities exist for FM practitioners to capitalise on BIM and related technologies.