Posted on March 18, 2016

The very face of Qatar will change over the next decade as work on the country’s various mega projects is undertaken and completed, while further advancements will be made as the vision for 2030 is realized. The nature and size of the projects means that Qatar has turned to Building Information Modelling (BIM) to facilitate its building ambitious schedule.

The second annual Future BIM Implementation Qatar is a specialized conference addressing the growing use of BIM technologies in Qatar to ensure that major construction projects are delivered to design specifications, within the agreed timelines and on budget. This conference will be held on 11-12 May 2016 at Intercontinental Hotel The City, Doha, Qatar. Future BIM Implementation Qatar is powered by Project Qatar, partnered with IFP Qatar and organized by Advanced Conferences & Meetings (ACM).

BIM a must to deliver Qatar’s major projects on time and within budget

The Qatari government plans to spend QAR580.8 billion (US$160 billion) on construction and infrastructure projects in preparation of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. From Doha’s Metro System to the numerous sporting stadiums, hotels and residences, BIM will enable project teams of architects, engineers, building and infrastructure owners and construction firms to use 3D digital models to collaborate and support building projects throughout their lifecycle - from design and documentation to building and field support - ensuring that projects are delivered to the required specifications on schedule and within budget.

Why take part in Future BIM Implementation Qatar conference?

This conference is being launched to help demonstrating best practice implementation to answer the specific requirements and challenges in Qatar. This unique and timely event will bring together the relevant government bodies, BIM industry experts, construction professionals and solution providers.

For further information about the conference, please visit .