About this webinar
Hong Kong is heading its development towards smart city by enhancing innovation and technology in our living and business environment. One of the Smart Government’s initiatives is to adopt the use of BIM in the building life cycle: Design, Build and Operate. The vision of the URA embraces the concepts of better maintenance and management of building for sustainable development and building a quality city. Therefore, the URA began to adopt BIM in development projects in 2016.
618 Shanghai Street is URA’s first project to use BIM as a tool in enhancing design coordination, crashes prevention in construction, quality buildings, and operational efficiency of facilities management (FM). This project has leveraged several BIM technologies across the project life cycle. To improve the operation efficiency, the URA has appointed AECOM to develop a centralized BIM-FM platform on cloud which integrates the as-built BIM, Building Management System (BMS) data and Internet of Things (IoT) systems that are installed on site. With the latest BIM technologies, it offers a sustainable and expandable solution to achieve better building maintenance and property management for building a quality city.
In this webinar, we are delighted to invite Mr Donald CHOI, the chairperson of CITAC, and Mr Eric POON, the Executive Director, Commercial of URA, to give the opening speeches. Mr Anderson LEUNG, General Manager, Works & Contracts of URA, and Mr Thomson LAI, Greater China Digital Transformation Lead of AECOM, will present the innovation and technology adopted in this redevelopment project.
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