Wed, Sep 23, 2020 · 9:40 AM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar
Are there real chances for young professionals in the digital construction world? Objectives:
1. Future of BIM and Innovations
2. New Skillset in the digital industry
3. How do I start Career in BIM
4. Defining Job titles and career in BIM
Usman Olayemi is a researcher that is passionate about the implementation of digital construction in his community. He is an agent of digital transformation in the AECO sector in Nigeria and Africa at large.He is the author of an innovative conference paper titled "Benefit of integration of 5D BIM in cost Management practice in Quantity surveying firms".Usman Olayemi is well know for his proficiency in 5D BIM tools and Quantity surveying softwares which includes Naviswork manage 2016-2021, Blue beam Revu, E-takeoff, DONMEX-QS etc.While he was working in a construction company he was able to derive and create a template that helps to track project budget in terms of Material, Labour and contract.Usman Olayemi is the cofounder of a tech solution company that help companies, individuals and Educational sector in the trainings and implementation of Building information modeling(BIM). His team has successfully trained over 500 professional and students in the AECO sector.
Kirk explores the connections between design, technology and how they create the world around us. He believes that technology expands the capabilities of those who leverage it, improving the built environment as a whole. As a Design Technology Manager, Kirk constantly examines and implements new tools and workflows to improve how NORR's integrated design teams deliver projects. Kirk is also the Executive Director of Digital Built - National Capital Region (dbNCR), facilitating the connections between the built environment and technology. As an Instructor at Algonquin College, he urges the next generation of professionals to continue advancing the industry. Kirk is also involved in the national BIM Community, sitting on the Education and Industry Engagement Think Tank of the Canada BIM Council.