Bridging The Information Gap with GHD and Tekla.

BIM Day Out supporters Tekla (A Trimble Company) and Pacific Computing have announced a series of BIM seminars with one of their key Australian clients, GHD. Check out the information below and register now to attend these information sessions in either Brisbane or Melbourne


Come & Explore the New BIM Solutions for Buildings & Infrastructure and see how
GHD’s Bridge Service Line are now delivering Fully Constructible BIM Models

Pacific Computing is running a series of seminars to share why you should choose Tekla for BIM and how GHD are using BIM in Buildings and Infrastructure.

Where and When:
Brisbane     Brisbane Convention Centre     3rd December 2013,  12 noon
Melbourne   Melbourne Convention Centre  5th December 2013,  12 noon


What you will learn:

  • The international status of BIM
  • How easy it is to get accurate rebar estimates from a 3D model
  • How the BIM workflow works
  • How GHD have implemented BIM solutions
  • Why you should choose Tekla Solutions for building and infrastructure

Confirmed Speakers:


George Conradie, Senior Bridge Modeller – Bridges, GHD Services Pty Ltd
George joined GHD in 2007 after emigrating from South Africa. He is the lead bridge Drafter/Modeller in Brisbane and a Service Line Coordinator for the bridge service line. He has been Drafting and Detailing bridges for over 20 years. He is also leading the initiative for the bridge services line to transition from a 2D CAD environment to a 3D BIM environment.


Michael Evans, Director, Engineering & Key Account Segment
Michael Evans has worked in the construction industry for over 26 years and has been involved in many projects such as Kansai International Airport, Heathrow Terminal 5 and The Royal London and St Bartholomew’s hospital in various roles from Detailer to Engineer to BIM consultant. He is now responsible for developing the Engineering and Key Account segment business at Tekla.



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