Click on the session titles below to read the speaker name, session synopsis, key learning outcomes, categories and level information.


Please note: The Conference Schedule & Speakers are subject to change.


  • Wednesday, 28 May, 2014
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    6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM
    Speaker & Sponsor Cocktail Function

    Wednesday 28 May 2014
    6:00pm - 8:00pm

    An exclusive event for speakers, sponsors and exhibitors, as a thank you for your participation and support of RTC. Relax with other Industry leaders, enjoying canapes and beverages.
     
    Dress: Smart Casual
  • Thursday, 29 May, 2014
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    Session 1

    9:00 AM  -  10:50 AM
    Chairman Introduction & Keynote Presentation
     

    Morning Tea

    10:50 AM  -  11:15 AM
    Morning Tea
     

    Session 2

    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    Animate Me
    Speaker: Phil McKenzie
    Why not try a different approach to animation, don’t just make an animation just be placing a camera and moving it from A to B, but instead highlight the best bits of a building and bring it to life by selecting the correct audio track to help tell a story.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. A different approach to basic animation.
    2. Learn how select the best audio track to accompany your animation.
    3. Have some fun while working.

    Tags: Visualisation, Architecture, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Guru
    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    LAB: Extending the BIM Process: Rapid Energy Modelling (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Stephen Elliot
    Leverage Rapid Energy Modeling to extend the BIM process and offer owners added value in three easy steps: (1) performing reality capture with Autodesk ReCap, (2) efficiently modeling for the purpose of energy analysis in Autodesk Revit, and (3) leveraging Green Building Studio for cloud-based DOE-2 whole-building energy analysis.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn to leverage the use of reality capture technology to rapidly gain an understanding of existing context.
    2. Learn to efficiently develop models that are well-suited for the purpose of conducting whole-building energy analysis, both for conceptual and detailed models.
    3. Learn to perform whole-building energy analysis and accurately interpret results to achieve a more energy-efficient building design. 

    Tags: Simulation & Analysis, Architecture, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    LAB: Extending the BIM Process: Rapid Energy Modelling (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Stephen Elliot
    Leverage Rapid Energy Modeling to extend the BIM process and offer owners added value in three easy steps: (1) performing reality capture with Autodesk ReCap, (2) efficiently modeling for the purpose of energy analysis in Autodesk Revit, and (3) leveraging Green Building Studio for cloud-based DOE-2 whole-building energy analysis.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn to leverage the use of reality capture technology to rapidly gain an understanding of existing context.
    2. Learn to efficiently develop models that are well-suited for the purpose of conducting whole-building energy analysis, both for conceptual and detailed models.
    3. Learn to perform whole-building energy analysis and accurately interpret results to achieve a more energy-efficient building design. 

    Tags: Simulation & Analysis, Architecture, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    LAB: Structural Design Inside a Family (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Florian Neumayr
    This workshop shall demonstrate on how structural engineering spreadsheets can be implemented into the parameter fields of a Revit Family. It makes use of the formula capabilities of Revit parameter and also nested families.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Revit Families can help to design structural members.
    2. Revit Families provide infinite possibilities and are simple to use.
    3. There are four ways to workout structural analysis and design: Apps, Bim360, Robot and also Families

    Tags: Structure, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Intermediate
    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    LAB: Structural Design Inside a Family (Gallery Session)
    Speaker: Florian Neumayr
    This workshop shall demonstrate on how structural engineering spreadsheets can be implemented into the parameter fields of a Revit Family. It makes use of the formula capabilities of Revit parameter and also nested families.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Revit Families can help to design structural members.
    2. Revit Families provide infinite possibilities and are simple to use.
    3. There are four ways to workout structural analysis and design: Apps, Bim360, Robot and also Families

    Tags: Structure, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Intermediate
    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    MEP Revit to the Field- BIM in the HVAC Subcontractors World
    Speaker: Craig Kennedy
    Presentation agenda  BSA Limited use of Autodesk products work flow  New Royal Adelaide Hospital project  AMCA BIMMEPaus  Seismic factors  Pre Fabricated module frames  Trimble  Site Safety Cast Ins  Field Management  Autodesk Building Design Suite  Point Cloud  MEP Features  BSA Fabrication examples  SysQue  Overseas Modulisation  BIM Iceberg  BSA examples A few products discussed Gripple Bluebangers Woodknockers Total Robotic Station Revit to the field Revit to Fabrication / Modulisation

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Taking MEP consultant designs from LOD200 to 500
    2. Productivity gains from transferring data from Models to Fabrication and the field 
    3. Productivity gains from prefabrication in controlled environments 

    Tags: Construction/ Fabrication, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    11:15 AM  -  11:15 AM
    Session TBC
    ​Speaker: TBC
    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    Welcome to May 29, 2044
    Speaker: Micheal Whaley
    Take a look at the future of design and construction in 30 years. We will explore how the simple steps we are taking today with BIM will transform all of our industries and skill sets. Join me on this adventure of the future of technology in construction.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Discover the impact of today's use of BIM and technology in thirty years.
    2. Expose the attendees to the opportunities for areas of efficiency advancement in our industry(s).
    3. Expand the awareness of the opportunities for Revit and technology in design and construction.


    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Business Strategy/Leadership

    Level: All Levels


    11:15 AM  -  12:30 PM
    What's New in Autodesk Revit 2015 - All Versions
    Speaker: Steve Stafford
    Get a closer look at new features in Revit 2015. You may not have had enough time to consider all the new tools big and small. Kick off RTC with a closer look.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. See new features in Revit 2015
    2. Learn about some subtleties of the features
    3. Leave with a handout that describes all the new stuff in a different way than the rote Autodesk presentations.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline)

    Level: All Levels
     

    Morning Tea

    12:30 PM  -  1:30 PM
    Lunch, proudly sponsored by Atlas Industries Australia
     

    Session 3

    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    Abusing Revit Groups: The Design/ Build Healthcare Model in Revit
    Speaker: Aaron Maller
    Using (and Abusing) Revit Groups and families to streamline some Healthcare Specific workflows, including Head and Footwall design and coordination, room equipment layout, full model population, and Room Prototype Layout (Phases, Nested Groups, and Assemblies) and Detailing within Revit.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to efficient use Groups, and Nest Groups, rotate and mirror groups, and embed detail groups, without having them break on edits. 
    2. Learn to prototype healthcare rooms, and how to use Revit effectively for this in concept design (Nested groups, nested families, face based families, and when to use each to save time downstream). 
    3. Learn to Plan a library system that allows users to search and schedule relevant healthcare data, while populating the model and completing Component Coordination with Clients and End Users in Healthcare. 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline. Architecture

    Level: Advanced 



    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    BIM and Land Surveying: Maximising the value.
    Speaker: Chris Houghton
    Co-Speaker: Michael Byrne, Nick Davies
    The evolution in design and land surveying technology in recent years is considerable, and the understanding of the capabilities and requirements of stakeholders has not kept pace. “Surveying for BIM” discusses the issues and provides options to avoid inefficiency and maximising value when developing a robust existing conditions data set.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understanding the legal and insurance risks involved when a design or construction professionals either utilising public domain GIS data sets or seeks to develop in house surveying capabilities. 
    2. Understanding what the required skill sets are when gathering ExCon (survey data) and developing a SIM, identifying who is best placed to provide each skill set, and understanding the implications on the BIM Project Execution Plan. 
    3. The importance for design and construction professionals to understanding Land Surveyors capabilities, and in turn to then providing clear, detailed briefings. 

    Tags: Business Strategy/ Leadership, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate
    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    LAB: Family Creation Overdrive (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Chris Price
    Take the Revit Pole Position in your office by mastering advanced Family Creation across all disciplines!

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to create parametric MEP Fittings that allow for various scenarios such as offsetting, transitions, and Tees. 
    2. Learn how to expand structural families to improve efficiencies and produce the documentation outputs you want to see. 
    3. Learn how to create consistent, easy to use Architectural families that look correct in your documentation at all detail levels 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), BIM Management 

    Level: Advanced 


    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    LAB: Family Creation Overdrive (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Chris Price
    Take the Revit Pole Position in your office by mastering advanced Family Creation across all disciplines!

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to create parametric MEP Fittings that allow for various scenarios such as offsetting, transitions, and Tees. 
    2. Learn how to expand structural families to improve efficiencies and produce the documentation outputs you want to see. 
    3. Learn how to create consistent, easy to use Architectural families that look correct in your documentation at all detail levels 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), BIM Management 

    Level: Advanced 


    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    LAB: You've Been Warned (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Helen Gorina
    Revit warnings are not nuisance! They can indicate serious design problems, model problems and QA/QC issues. Warnings affect Revit performance. Learn to triage, prioritize and resolve Revit warnings. Make them you allies in QA/QC. This class is part Lab, part Clinic. Student are encouraged to bring their own Revit projects for review

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Strategies and techniques of resolving Revit warnings. 
    2. Learn to triage Revit warnings 
    3. Use warnings in your QA/QC procedures  

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline), BIM Management

    Level: Intermediate
    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    LAB: You've Been Warned (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Helen Gorina
    Revit warnings are not nuisance! They can indicate serious design problems, model problems and QA/QC issues. Warnings affect Revit performance. Learn to triage, prioritize and resolve Revit warnings. Make them you allies in QA/QC. This class is part Lab, part Clinic. Student are encouraged to bring their own Revit projects for review

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Strategies and techniques of resolving Revit warnings. 
    2. Learn to triage Revit warnings 
    3. Use warnings in your QA/QC procedures  

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline), BIM Management

    Level: Intermediate
    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    Revit MEP Rendering with Lighting Engineering Accuracy
    Speaker: Roy Qian
    How to create and configure correct lighting fixture families, especially for rendering purposes?  Model the lighting fixtures as they are designed by lighting engineers and then render them correctly to show the effects.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Creating and configuring quality lighting fixture families.
    2. Model and document lighting design for electrical engineers. 
    3. Render the lighting engineering design in the design process and final output.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), MEP

    Level: All Levels
    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    Revit to CNC Fabrication
    Speaker: Scott Hunter
    Co-Speaker: Callum Freeman

    A look at how parametric components were used to both design and produce shop drawings for various pieces of furniture (think wikihouse). Exploring how parameters and nested components are leveraged to speed design iterations, and to schedule components and drive cut lists. Observe the process and see the final outcomes.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. How Parameters and nested components are used to speed design iterations 
    2. Using Revit to schedule components and drive cut-lists.
    3. Use Revit for fabrication 

    Tags: Construction/ Fabrication, Architecture

    Level: Advanced
    1:30 PM  -  2:45 PM
    The Dark Arts of Revit: Conceptual Modelling Tools and Computational Logic in Structural Design
    Speaker: Havard Vasshaug
    This presentation will show how to use Adaptive Components, patterns, repeaters, math and Dynamo to create structures and components that challenge the generic modelling capabilities of Revit. Complex concrete forms, post-tension concrete reinforcement and trigonometry-driven steel frameworks will be covered in a wonderful symbiosis of fantasy exercises and real-world project problems.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use the Conceptual Modelling Tools to design complex concrete forms.
    2. Learn how to use Adaptive Components to model post-tension concrete reinforcement.
    3. Learn how to use computational logic in structural design.

    Tags: Structure, Architecture, Construction/ Fabrication

    Level: Advanced
     

    Session 4

    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Aligning Project requirements with Team Capabilities
    Speaker: Bilal Succar
    BIM project resourcing is often conducted as a trial-and–error exercise. However, there are a number of foundational criteria that – if understood properly – will simplify the process of matching BIM project requirements to individual/team capabilities. This presentation explains how these simple criteria can be used on complex BIM projects.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to and identify BIM project types and their requirements
    2. Learn the about competency profiles, BIM roles and BIM team structures
    3. Align project requirements to team/individual abilities 
     
    Tags: Business Strategy/ Leadership, BIM Management

    Level: All Levels


    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Autodesk Revit to Reality – 3D Printing for the Masses
    Speaker: Mark Cronin
    3D printers have never been more affordable but getting a printable file from Revit isn’t as simple as expected! This session highlights the more successful workflows, examining what works and what to avoid when preparing your Revit models for 3D printers, using both free software and other popular solutions.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Evaluate the multiple options for creating 3D print ready files from Revit
    2. Identify the best workflow to fit your available software
    3. Understand what common problems occur when preparing print files and learn how to resolve them.

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Intermediate
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Bringing New Power to the Table
    Speaker: David Conant
    Use new features and the API to unleash new capabilities in Revit schedules. Learn strategies and tools for working with these capabilities. Discuss ways you might be able to use them with the designer of many of these features.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn about new capabilities of schedules. 
    2. Learn how to use the Revit API to build schedules, control their style and organization, and manage data in schedules. 
    3. Learn strategies for working with non-model data in table forms. 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), BIM Management, Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Intermediate
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Grumble, Grumble, Snort- A Group Discussion
    Speaker: Steve Stafford
    Let's discuss the nitty gritty of the collaboration that we hear so much about. How did your last project go? During this session you'll get to find out how weird you and your projects are or how much you are just like the rest of us.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. You'll hear real project problems, not glossy success stories. 
    2. You'll learn from others and hopefully avoid their pain in your future project. 
    3. You'll get to voice your own concerns and express your wishes AND you'll get to grumble and snort 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), BIM Management

    Level: All Levels
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    LAB: Parametric Da Vinci (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Kelvin Tam
    Co-Speaker: Alfredo Medina

    In this lab session, we are going to learn how to rotate object in XY, YZ and ZX planes with different methods.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand principle of rotation by reference lines 
    2. Understand principle of rotation by points in adaptive component family
    3. How to create family enables rotation in XY, YZ, ZX planes 

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Advanced
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    LAB: Parametric Da Vinci (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Kelvin Tam
    Co-Speaker: Alfredo Medina

    In this lab session, we are going to learn how to rotate object in XY, YZ and ZX planes with different methods.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand principle of rotation by reference lines 
    2. Understand principle of rotation by points in adaptive component family
    3. How to create family enables rotation in XY, YZ, ZX planes 

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Advanced
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    LAB: Systems on the Edge (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Daniel Morrison
    This lab session is for those that can do the basics and have maybe gone a little further, but now want to push Revit MEP to the limit. We will work through some of the “impossibilities” of Revit and come out with the results we need.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to change connector properties and turn connectors on and off. 
    2. Learn how to show real time VAV flows, and include diversity in the ductwork calcs. 
    3. Discover new tricks for how to modify your systems categories, types and information while modelling.

    Tags: MEP, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Guru
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    LAB: Systems on the Edge (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Daniel Morrison
    This lab session is for those that can do the basics and have maybe gone a little further, but now want to push Revit MEP to the limit. We will work through some of the “impossibilities” of Revit and come out with the results we need.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to change connector properties and turn connectors on and off. 
    2. Learn how to show real time VAV flows, and include diversity in the ductwork calcs. 
    3. Discover new tricks for how to modify your systems categories, types and information while modelling.

    Tags: MEP, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Guru
    3:00 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Use of Dynamo with Revit &/or Vasari to Optimise the Sustainability of Your Building Projects
    Speaker: Andrew Bagnall
    Co-Speaker: Adam Sheather

    This session will examine the use of Dynamo with Revit and Vasari to enhance their sustainable design features by providing access to a graphical programming environment. Examples will include: Optimising Green Star Glare compliance Optimising Building Orientation Facade Design to recreate the VDara Death Ray / Walkie Scorchie effect on all your projects!

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Overview of Dynamo and what it is capable of in conjunction with Revit and Vasari. 
    2. Explore the possibilities of using dynamo to provide instant feedback on design options and the effect on sustainability features of a building. 
    3. Gain an understanding of how to structure scripts within dynamo and the planning process involved in creating your own applications. 

    Tags: Architecture, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Expert
     

    Morning Tea

    4:15 PM  -  4:45 PM
    Afternoon Tea
     

    Session 5

    4:45 PM  -  5:20 PM
    The Future of BIM Collaboration, proudly sponsored by Autodesk
    Speaker: Kyle Bernhardt
     

    Session 6

    5:20 PM  -  6:00 PM
    Glorious Gadgets
    Speaker: Chris Needham
     
    6:00 PM  -  8:00 PM
    Welcome Function, proudly sponsored by Cloud Solutions Group
    Proudly Sponsored by: CloudSolutionsLogo_RGB 300811
    Thursday 29 May 2013
    6:00pm - 8:00pm
     
    The Welcome Function provides an opportunity to network with friends and colleagues, while enjoying a drink and canapés within the Exhibition area. 
     
    Dress: Smart Casual
  • Friday, 30 May, 2014
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    Session 7

    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    A Revit | BIM Approach to IStructE Part 3
    Speaker: John Hainsworth

    Revit | BIM | can be used as a powerful tool for the daily tasks in structural engineering. This class will transport a young student from the 80s into brave new, data rich, object orientated future. He will tackle the challenge of transforming a laser scanned pumphouse, into a fictional cliff hanging Sydney harbour restaurant – based on an IStructE chartership examination question from the 80's. (It’s a not a super tower, more bread and butter engineering, but without a pencil & paper calc pad to hand).

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Laser scanning, phased and new modelling, navisworks review, screen capture and review.
    2. Application of loading, boundary conditions and adjustments to analysis model(s).
    3. Demonstration of the inbuilt analysis tools, rule of thumb families, external plugins, and cloud based collaboration and simulation tools.
     
    Tags: Structure

    Level: All levels

     

    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Distilling the Essence How to Create Memorable Moments, Australia's Premier 3D Vizualisation Company
    Speaker: Samantha Slicer & Daniel Flood

     

    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Get 'Embed' with Revit- The Power of Embedded Schedules
    Speaker: Brendan Upton
    Revit holds some very powerful tools for creating and running complex, engineering data check schedules but there still seems to be a hesitation within the industry to use them. This presentation hopes to unlock some of the advanced features of embedded schedules so that engineers may see the light.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Become familiar with some of the more advanced, unknown features of Revit schedules 
    2. Understand and learn how to create Embedded schedules to run valuable engineering calculations and checks 
    3. Learn how to perform common engineering tasks straight from the Revit model data rather than running these separately

    Tags: MEP, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    LAB: Emergency Room Part A Generic Families (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Alfredo Medina
    The objective of this lab is to identify the common mistakes that affect the "health" of your generic Revit families. Is the problem just an extra constraint, or does the family require a more intensive care solution, meaning a complete redo of the family with a totally different workflow.?

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn to identify and solve the most common errors that occur during the creation of generic families.
    2. Learn about constraints, and how not to create more constraints than necessary.
    3. Learn about types of parameters, and the association of parameters between nested and host families, to avoid common errors. 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert


    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    LAB: Emergency Room Part A Generic Families. (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Alfredo Medina
    The objective of this lab is to identify the common mistakes that affect the "health" of your generic Revit families. Is the problem just an extra constraint, or does the family require a more intensive care solution, meaning a complete redo of the family with a totally different workflow.?

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn to identify and solve the most common errors that occur during the creation of generic families.
    2. Learn about constraints, and how not to create more constraints than necessary.
    3. Learn about types of parameters, and the association of parameters between nested and host families, to avoid common errors. 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert



    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 1 (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut alot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give people tools to discover and develop tools independently.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's 

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 1 (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut alot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give people tools to discover and develop tools independently.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's 

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Laser Scanning to BIM: Getting From Dots to Plots, proudly sponsored by Redstack
    Speaker: Kelly Cone
    Laser Scanning is all the rage right now, and there is no faster or more accurate way to capture the existing build environment and bring it into our virtual building environment. However, getting from billions of coloured dots to a plotted document set isn't as simple as import and print...

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Describe weaknesses in Revit's current point cloud workflows, and how to work around them. 
    2. Learn important points (pun intended) to specify when hiring laser scanning services. 
    3. Identify key add-ins needed to make the scan to BIM workflow efficient.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), BIM Management, Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Intermediate
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    The 10 Do's & Don't of Navisworks
    Speaker Nicholas Broadbent
    Navisworks is a powerful and misunderstood tool. Learn from case studies and real world examples how to Simulate, Coordinated and Visualise without the pain and headaches. Understand how to set up and use the tools to produce great visuals, coordinated BIM models and 4D construction simulations in less time.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. How to use Navisworks Clash detection and how to track and provide information on Coordination issues 
    2. Understand through examples and cases studies how to benefit from the use of “change” detection and 4D Construction simulation on a project
    3. Learn to produce clear images from Navisworks that help improve understanding 

    Tags: Architecture, MEP, BIM Management

    Level: Expert
     

    Morning Tea

    10:15 AM  -  10:45 AM
    Morning Tea
     

    Session 8

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Data Flow Within Enterprise Systems
    Speaker: Chad Smith
    Co-Speaker: Eldad Asoulin

    A case study on implementing systems to enable a business to reduce labour costs due to manual data reproduction, and to help mitigate the risk in doing so. This session will cover how we were able to transform a major Australian organisation's business operations during their design and construct phase.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. The intricacies of connecting enterprise systems. 
    2. How to interpret business processes. 
    3. Dealing with change management. 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Estimation, Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Expert
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Designing a Template Strategy for Multiple Disciplines
    Speaker: Lee Miller
    This class will describe the process of creating a Revit template strategy for multiple disciplines and multiple office requirements.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn why customizing your Revit template can increase efficiency and productivity 
    2. Learn how Revit templates can Implement and enforce company standards  
    3. Learn how to develop multiple templates from a single seed template


    Tags: Architecture, Structure, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Implementing True 4D BIM: 4 Hospital Case Studies
    Speaker: Christopher James Mouflard
    Learn about true 4D BIM through the use of Location-based Management Systems (LBMS). This session will offer attendees a construction scheduling and production control process for managing their projects. Four case studies of hospitals will be presented to prove the case that LBMS works and is a construction deliver mechanism.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Explain Location-based Management System (LBMS) theory to an understanding level 
    2. Present case data to define for true 4D BIM and LBMS 
    3. Expand the conversation about LBMS in the AECO industry in Australasia 

    Tags: Construction/ Fabrication, BIM Management

    Level: All Levels

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Emergency Room Part B Adaptive Families (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Alfredo Medina
    The objective of this lab is to identify the common mistakes that affect the "health" of your adaptive Revit families. Is the problem just a single constraint that is not working, or does the family require a more intensive care solution, meaning a complete redo with a totally different workflow?

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the rules of the adaptive template, and understand the cause and solution for the common errors.
    2. Learn how to use the tools of the adaptive template to solve certain challenges that cannot be solved by the generic tools.
    3. Learn about points, adaptive and reference, and their properties. When do you use one or another, and why.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate


    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Emergency Room Part B Adaptive Families (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Alfredo Medina
    The objective of this lab is to identify the common mistakes that affect the "health" of your adaptive Revit families. Is the problem just a single constraint that is not working, or does the family require a more intensive care solution, meaning a complete redo with a totally different workflow?

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the rules of the adaptive template, and understand the cause and solution for the common errors.
    2. Learn how to use the tools of the adaptive template to solve certain challenges that cannot be solved by the generic tools.
    3. Learn about points, adaptive and reference, and their properties. When do you use one or another, and why.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 2 (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut alot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give people tools to discover and develop tools independently.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's 

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 2 (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut alot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give people tools to discover and develop tools independently.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's 

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Step Inside- Immersive Rendering as a Design Tool
    Speaker: Tom de Plater
    Trying to project a full 3D experience onto a 2D monitor has always had its challenges. While this method is still considered extremely valuable to us as designers and to our clients, a new player has hit the market and immersive stereoscopic virtual-reality has now become affordable to the masses.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Best Practices for preparing a BIM for visualisation in a real time rendering engine, such as Unity 3D. 
    2. Real Time rendering in Unity 3D, and how to get more out of less with your model.
    3. An introduction to current immersive rendering technology, and how it can help your process.

    Tags: Visualisation, Architecture, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: All Levels



    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Strategies for BYOC- Build Your Own Cloud
    Speaker: Dan Chasteen
    This strategic session addresses the business advantages and risks of private cloud technology accompanied by real-world examples of private cloud implementation at Perkins+Will. Achievable benefits of private cloud to be covered include advanced collaboration, evolved BIM workflows, improved BIM management, faster software deployments, greater data management and analysis.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Qualify the advantages of switching to a workstation cloud strategy. 
    2. Understand the risks and benefits in buying cloud computing technology and services. 
    3. Identify the impediments to cloud performance and their corresponding solutions. 

    Tags: Business Strategy/ Leadership, BIM Management

    Level: All Levels
     

    Morning Tea

    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    Lunch
     

    Session 9

    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    BIM Custody- your (L)awful BIM Rights
    Speaker: Laura Smagin
    IP, Ownership, disputes, discrepancies, errors and omissions - if you authored or if you use BIM data, you need to know your rights!

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understanding BIM contracts 
    2. Writing BIM documents - BEP, BIM Specifications, BIM preamble, BIM preliminaries and contracts 
    3. Identify and mitigate risk 

    Tags: Business Strategy/ Leadership, BIM Management

    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 3 (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for Expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut a lot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give them tools to discover and develop independantly.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 3 (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for Expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut a lot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give them tools to discover and develop independantly.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    LAB: Scan to BIM Lab: How to Get From Dots to Plots Part A (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Kelly Cone
    Co-Speaker: Kevin Williams
    Laser Scanning is all the rage right now, and there is no faster or more accurate way to capture the existing built environment and bring it into our virtual building environment. However, getting from billions of coloured dots to a plotted document set isn't as simple as import and print...

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Describe weaknesses in Revit's current point cloud workflows, and how to work around them. 
    2. Learn how to use point clouds as a background for modeling existing objects. 
    3. Learn how add-ins to Revit can improve or even partially automate the Scan-to-BIM process. 

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    LAB: Scan to BIM Lab: How to Get From Dots to Plots Part A (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Kelly Cone
    Co-Speaker: Kevin Williams
    Laser Scanning is all the rage right now, and there is no faster or more accurate way to capture the existing built environment and bring it into our virtual building environment. However, getting from billions of coloured dots to a plotted document set isn't as simple as import and print...

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Describe weaknesses in Revit's current point cloud workflows, and how to work around them. 
    2. Learn how to use point clouds as a background for modeling existing objects. 
    3. Learn how add-ins to Revit can improve or even partially automate the Scan-to-BIM process. 

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Minefield or Minecraft – BIM in Construction
    Speaker: Matt Swinburne

    Case Studies & Lessons Learnt from a Design Manager & Head Contractor

    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Modelling for FM: Optimising BIM Models for use in Zuuse
    Speaker: Malcolm Foort
    Zuuse is an enterprise BIM solution that extends the life of a BIM model across the entire lifecycle of a building. This session demonstrates how 
    Zuuse achieves this and some of the design considerations that will ensure it is of optimal use beyond the design phase and post completion.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand how 3D models are being utilised in Zuuse by owners during Facilities Management (FM).  
    2. Understanding common modelling issues that may cause problems downstream for owners/operators during FM. 
    3. Come away with key practical pointers to apply when undertaking future modelling.  

    Tags: BIM Management, Construction/ Fabrication, Operations and Maintenance

    Level: All Levels
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    OpenBIM and Revit/ IFC Cross Collaboration
    Speaker: Roy Qian
    What is the buildingSmart openBIM Tetralogy, the IFC and IDM (such as COBie), as well as IFD (bsDD)? How all that relates to the Revit?Case studies of the issues and solutions working on Revit models that interacts with models from ArchiCAD and Bentley AECOsim exchanged via IFC.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Better understanding the openBIM that is getting more mature in recent years. 
    2. Learning the ways of making Revit and IFC models work together in a more seamless way.
    3. How the BIM Tetralogy has the potential of delivering the great BIM future.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), MEP, BIM Management

    Level: All Levels


    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Revit Structure- Structural Documentation
    Speaker: Callum Freeman & Phillip Christensen 
    A look through the documentation of two structural projects, first showing how Revit can easily achieve a traditional quick set of mainly 2D drawings, and on the other how Revit wants to be used - to provide a 3D BIM for use in detailing, scheduling, and shop production

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Use Revit for Structural documentation & coordination 
    2. Highlighting the key differences between traditional 2D draughting views vs the power of Revit for 3D modelling & scheduling 
    3. Documentation for shop production.

    Tags: Structure, Architecture, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Advanced


     

    Session 10

    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Emerging Trends in the US Market - What's Driving Change
    Speaker: Chris Pechacek

    The AEC industry in the US has changed dramatically over the last 5 years in regards to integrated project delivery and the use of BIM and VDC throughout the project delivery and follow on operations of the facilities.  We'll discuss the factors driving innovation throughout the industry, approaches to various challenges faced, current emerging trends, proven outcomes, and a glimpse of what's in store for the future.

    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    It is About Data, Stupid!
    Speaker: Josh Lowe
    Data is the key to the Return on Investment that all owners want from Revit. This presentation will look at two projects one new and one existing and demonstrate how they implemented a data management strategy and Revit models to manage that data.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understanding of the process for data capture with your owners. 
    2. Exploration of the data synthesis process, learning what data brings value.
    3. Be able to express the five key components of data implementation from Revit. 

    Tags: Operations & Maintenance, BIM Management

    Level: Intermediate
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 4 (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for Expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut a lot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give them tools to discover and develop independantly.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Learn to Write Add-ons No Coding Exp Required! Masterclass Part 4 (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Adam Sheather
    This course is for Expert users of Revit who wish to learn how to code. This will cut a lot of not essential information from standard and other coding classes to get users quickly up to speed to write basic add-ons and give them tools to discover and develop independantly.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn basics of C# Coding Language 
    2. Introduction to core Visual Studio Tools to write code for Revit API
    3. Understand SDK documentation and Create Basic Revit API's

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Scan to BIM Lab: How to Get From Dots to Plots Part B (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Kelly Cone
    Co-Speaker: Kevin Williams
    Laser Scanning is all the rage right now, and there is no faster or more accurate way to capture the existing built environment and bring it into our virtual building environment. However, getting from billions of coloured dots to a plotted document set isn't as simple as import and print...

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Describe weaknesses in Revit's current point cloud workflows, and how to work around them. 
    2. Learn how to use point clouds as a background for modeling existing objects. 
    3. Learn how add-ins to Revit can improve or even partially automate the Scan-to-BIM process. 

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Scan to BIM Lab: How to Get From Dots to Plots Part B (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Kelly Cone
    Co-Speaker: Kevin Williams
    Laser Scanning is all the rage right now, and there is no faster or more accurate way to capture the existing built environment and bring it into our virtual building environment. However, getting from billions of coloured dots to a plotted document set isn't as simple as import and print...

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Describe weaknesses in Revit's current point cloud workflows, and how to work around them. 
    2. Learn how to use point clouds as a background for modeling existing objects. 
    3. Learn how add-ins to Revit can improve or even partially automate the Scan-to-BIM process. 

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, MEP

    Level: Intermediate
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Love Child- How the Affair Between Autodesk & Microsoft Access Spawned a Sidekick
    Speaker: Toby Maple
    Managing Design Technologies across a Studio can be hard. Throw in 4 different disciplines across 14 offices globally and you have a real challenge. What about emerging standards, how do these fit in? In this session we'll discover how it can be done with limited "extra" software and 1 database.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the basics of how to link Revit information to Microsoft Access 
    2. Create the customised queries and linking those to external applications
    3. Understand why the management of this tool can save each user many hours across a firm

    Tags: Business Strategy/ Leadership, General (multi-discipline), BIM Management

    Level: Guru
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Revit MEP to BIM
    Speaker: Dan Morrison
     

    Morning Tea

    3:45 PM  -  4:15 PM
    Afternoon Tea
     

    Session 11

    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    ANZRS: Revit Content Standards
    Speaker: Chris Needham
    ANZRS has new resources that will be launched  in this session. As a content creation standard and guidelines, this is essential for anyone dealing with content creation or management. 

    We'll provide updates on related initiatives in other parts of the world, particularly in Europe, where the ANZRS sibling (dRS) is gaining widespread traction. We'll also discuss what's in store for ANZRS over the short and long term.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Learn more about the value of content standards and good content itself for the supply chain.
    2. Learn more about how to apply ANZRS to a project, where half-decent object libraries may already exist.
    3. Learn how to use content standards to create efficient, robust objects that are fir-for-purpose.
    4. Learn how to verify ANZRS compliance of Revit families you've created.
    5. Learn about the future of ANZRS with respect to other regions and software platforms.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), BIM Management

    Level: All Levels
    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    BIM in the Green Zone- Using revit for Embodied Carbon, GreenStar, & Safety in Design Analysis
    Speaker: Jason Howden
    Leveraging Revit’s internal database Jason and Michael will explore different ways to assist in the capturing and reporting of key metrics for Embodied Carbon, GreenStar and Safety in Design analysis.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use Revit to analyse and report on embodied carbon in your BIM 
    2. Learn how to use Revit to leverage your BIM for GreenStar certification
    3. Learn how to use Revit to analyse your BIM for Safety in Design

    Tags: Simulation & Analysis, General (multi-discipline), Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Advanced
    4:15 PM  -  6:15 PM
    BIM with Autodesk, proudly sponsored by Cadgroup
    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    Generative BIM Using IFC4
    Speaker: Jon Mirtschin
    IFC4 (Industry Foundation Class v4) is now an ISO Standard, providing the AEC industry with a framework for enhanced collaboration and project workflows This session will explain frustrations and difficulties in using IFC to date, and demonstration of Generative BIM in Grasshopper to export models to Revit and Navisworks.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Why reasons have lead to IFC being difficult and frustrating to use to date for model exchange one software to another? 
    2. What improvements in IFC4 should lead to greater efficiency and higher level of success in utilizing BIM data for multiple purpose? 
    3. What benefits can be utilized in using generative BIM workflows in environments such as Grasshopper and what project characteristic lend well to taking advantage of this? 

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Construction/ Fabrication, Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Advanced


    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    LAB: Introduction to Dynamo Visual Programming for Autodesk Revit & Autodesk Vasari (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Stephen Elliot
    This workshop introduces participants to the fundamentals of visual programming within the Autodesk Vasari and Autodesk Revit conceptual design environment.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Create complex interactions with visual programming
    2. Create compact custom functionality to share with colleagues
    3. Combine parametric modeling with analysis to help drive decisions early in the design process 

    Tags: Architecture, Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Expert (Guru)
    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    LAB: Introduction to Dynamo Visual Programming for Autodesk Revit & Autodesk Vasari(Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Stephen Elliot
    This workshop introduces participants to the fundamentals of visual programming within the Autodesk Vasari and Autodesk Revit conceptual design environment.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Create complex interactions with visual programming
    2. Create compact custom functionality to share with colleagues
    3. Combine parametric modeling with analysis to help drive decisions early in the design process 

    Tags: Architecture, Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Expert (Guru)
    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    LAB: Tekla Structures Hands on (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Phil Shanks 
    Tekla Structures is not technically considered a design modelling tool and the aim of this lab isnt to try and show it as one. Exposure of workflow possibilities is really the essence of this session and hopefully broaden the minds of those that attend, giving them an insight into the biger picture and possibilities of BIM integration and modelling capabilities.
     
    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Insight into design to manufacturing BIM integration.
    2. Setting up a Tekla Structures model.
    3. Modelling, connecting and Drawing in Tekla Structures. 

    Tags: Construction/ Fabrication, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate
    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    LAB: Tekla Structures Hands on (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Phil Shanks 
    Tekla Structures is not technically considered a design modelling tool and the aim of this lab isnt to try and show it as one. Exposure of workflow possibilities is really the essence of this session and hopefully broaden the minds of those that attend, giving them an insight into the biger picture and possibilities of BIM integration and modelling capabilities.
     
    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Insight into design to manufacturing BIM integration.
    2. Setting up a Tekla Structures model.
    3. Modelling, connecting and Drawing in Tekla Structures. 

    Tags: Construction/ Fabrication, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate
    4:15 PM  -  5:30 PM
    Real-Time Cloud Rendering within Revit
    Speaker: Dan Chasteen
    Co-Speaker: Mark Green

    This lecture will demonstrate the design processes arising from a live-design feedback loop made possible by a physically accurate, easy to operate visualization system within the Revit environment. Being 10 to 20 times faster than traditional Intel-based rendering, this GPU rendering technology processes renderings simultaneous to design development.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Access and effectively use real-time physically-accurate GPU rendering without leaving the Revit environment. 
    2. Identify the design processes and efficiencies made possible with a live design feedback loop
    3. View the results of actual projects utilizing this system and processes

    Tags: Visualisation

    Level: All Levels

     
    7:00 PM  -  10:00 PM
    Friday Evening Function, proudly sponsored by Obelisk Consulting
     
    Proudly Sponsored by: OBELISK CONSULTING 1

    Friday 30 May 2014
    7:00pm - 10:00pm
     
    Unwind from Day 2 of the Conference with a relaxed offsite function at Scienceworks. Additional tickets for adults can be purchased below, please nominate below how many children you will have attending, so we can cater appropriately. Includes substantial canapés and beverages from 7:00pm - 10:00pm as well as coach transfers to and from Scienceworks to The Pullman Melbourne Albert Park, Melbourne.
     
    Dress: Casual 
     
     
     
     
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    Session 12

    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    BIM-MEP AUS Case Study - BMA Template Implementation
    Speaker: Brendan Upton
    This session will cover the main goals and purposes of the recent BIM MEP Aus template development. It will showcase some of the recent additions and upgrades along with the real feedback from real users out in the industry.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the history behind the development of BIM MEP aus and it's main purposes and goals for the MEP industry
    2. Learn some of the ways that the BIM MEP aus template could be utilised for setting up new projects or enhancing existing ones
    3. Learn how to access the BIM MEP aus materials

    Tags: MEP, BIM Management, Construction/Fabrication

    Level: All Levels
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    LAB: Computational Design Strategies in Revit: Building complex forms using Dynamo Part A (Class)
    Speaker: Suleiman Alhadidi & Geoff Kimm
    This session will introduce how to “visual” script using Dynamo in Revit. Participants will explore how Dynamo can be used as a tool for studying complex forms and creating parametric morphologies.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use Dynamo in Revit
    2. Learn how to divide design problems into logical solution using visual scripting
    3. Learn how to build parametric complex forms using scripting

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    LAB: Computational Design Strategies in Revit: Building complex forms using Dynamo Part A(Gallery)
    Speaker: Suleiman Alhadidi & Geoff Kimm
    This session will introduce how to “visual” script using Dynamo in Revit. Participants will explore how Dynamo can be used as a tool for studying complex forms and creating parametric morphologies.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use Dynamo in Revit
    2. Learn how to divide design problems into logical solution using visual scripting
    3. Learn how to build parametric complex forms using scripting

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Procuring for BIM
    Speaker: Dominik Holzer
    This presentation will compare the affordances of BIM to support collaboration under distinct Australian construction contracts. It will highlight the different opportunities and constraints project participants are likely to experience when implementing BIM, depending on the distinct procurement type applied on their project.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. The audience of this forum will learn about current developments the legal and procurement space related to BIM.
    2. Construction/Design Managers and Developers in particular will derive a better understanding about the influence of the selection of particular standard forms of contract on the ability of the consultancy and subcontractor team to share information via BIM
    3. Consultants and subcontractors will learn how to adjust their BIM workflow so maximise efficiencies in collaboration to be gained under each major procurement type.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Construction/Fabrication

    Level: Advanced
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Reach inner calm and happiness with Xen - Revit through Citrix XenApp (Class Seating)
    Speakers: Mark Abrahams & Kent Chalmers
    Essentially Revit in the cloud using a web based server application to access and run Revit without using the grunt of your pc. Access and work on large project files from remote various locations without Revit Server. Great for Joint Ventures too. See why we chose to implement Citrix XenApp.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn the benefits of using Citrix XenApp with Revit on large projects.
    2. Learn some of the issues face and the solutions found when implementing Citrix XenApp
    3. Learn why this could be an ideal solution for your company and the way it accesses Revit files.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Business Strategy/Leadership

    Level: All Levels
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Reach inner calm and happiness with Xen - Revit through Citrix XenApp (Gallery Seating)
    Speakers: Mark Abrahams & Kent Chalmers
    Essentially Revit in the cloud using a web based server application to access and run Revit without using the grunt of your pc. Access and work on large project files from remote various locations without Revit Server. Great for Joint Ventures too. See why we chose to implement Citrix XenApp.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn the benefits of using Citrix XenApp with Revit on large projects.
    2. Learn some of the issues face and the solutions found when implementing Citrix XenApp
    3. Learn why this could be an ideal solution for your company and the way it accesses Revit files.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Business Strategy/Leadership

    Level: All Levels
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Revit for Urban Design
    Speaker: Lee Miller
    Revit for Urban Design will present a methodology that can enable project teams to quickly become efficient in a coordinated spatial environment that has computable information.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn the working methods and techniques required to generate rich modeling content that is accurate, reusable and graphically appealing
    2. Gain valuable insight into the methodology and process developed by BIM Leaders and Urban Designers
    3. Streamline your workflow for urban design projects

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Architecture, BIM Management

    Level: Intermediate
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Revitalising a Signature Sydney Landmark Site - Darling Harbour
    Speaker: Steve Fiorio
    Come and have a sneak peak on how one of Australia's most signature projects -Darling Harbour Live - has been setup and coordinated between multiple design firms. Look at the workflows adopted in using Revit's to create complex forms and further use for construction docs as well as visualisation.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. How to organise large team structures
    2. Workflow Efficacy and getting the same standards across three buildings from two different design stables
    3. Revit Complex Forms during design and for further buildability

    Tags: BIM Management, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: All Levels
    9:00 AM  -  10:15 AM
    Tekla - What, Why and How?
    Speaker: Phil Shanks
    There appears to be much misunderstood in the construction industry with regards to the output and capability of Manufacturing BIM Software such as Tekla Structures. The aim of this presentation is to highlight the expanse of information our high tech manufacturing industry demands to enable steel structures to be built and to shine a light on the difference between other BIM softwares which are sometimes selected for manufacturing tasks - however perhaps not best suited.
     
    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. What is Tekla structures
    2. Why use Tekla structures
    3. How Tekla structures is best used

    Tags: Construction/ Fabrication, BIM Management

    Level: Intermediate
     

    Morning Tea

    10:15 AM  -  10:45 AM
    Morning Tea
     

    Session 13

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    BIG Brother & BIM - How user monitoring can deliver improved productivity
    Speakers: Chris McKeown & Justin Naylor
    How can a BIM Manager really know how well BIM users are performing on projects? Using some simple techniques to monitor user interaction in BIM software, BIM and organizational managers will have information to develop employees to achieve better individual performance and deliver increased company productivity.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn some simple monitoring techniques (Data extraction)
    2. Apply a strategic approach to enhancing and managing Revit (Data analysis)
    3. Understand the importance of reviewing, and communicating workflows and processes (Data feedback)

    Tags: BIM Management, Business Strategy/Leadership

    Level: All Levels
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Creating a Delightful Experience
    Speaker: David Conant
    Build delight into your applications through better user experience. This presentation will cover tools and techniques for improving the usability and usefulness of Revit add-ons and other applications in the AEC ecosystem. Real examples will be used to illustrate.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn about software prototyping tools.
    2. Learn how to integrate testing into iterative design improvement.
    3. Learn methods for evaluating usability and user satisfaction with API applications.

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API, BIM Management

    Level: Intermediate
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Designing Classical Architecture in Revit: The Parkland Project
    Speaker: Aaron Maller
    Review of a Design and Construction project of a Classically Styled project: How were the pieces modeled: Columns, Entablatures, Railings, Stone and Brick Arches, Complex Brick rustication), how was it Documented and detailed, and how much of it was “real?”

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to plan a Library of content for Classical Design work, beyond making a single functional family.
    2. Understand the technical differences between "intensely detailed 3d model" and "poorly performing User Experience in the 3d model."
    3. Learn new techniques to document projects involving intricate pieces, without resorting to Drafting or non-live views.

    Tags: Architecture, Construction/Fabrication

    Level: Advanced
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Computational Design Strategies in Revit: Building complex forms using Dynamo Part B (Class)
    Speaker: Suleiman Alhadidi & Geoff Kimm
    This session will introduce how to “visual” script using Dynamo in Revit. Participants will explore how Dynamo can be used as a tool for studying complex forms and creating parametric morphologies.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use Dynamo in Revit
    2. Learn how to divide design problems into logical solution using visual scripting
    3. Learn how to build parametric complex forms using scripting

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Computational Design Strategies in Revit: Building complex forms using Dynamo Part B (Gallery)
    Speaker: Suleiman Alhadidi & Geoff Kimm
    This session will introduce how to “visual” script using Dynamo in Revit. Participants will explore how Dynamo can be used as a tool for studying complex forms and creating parametric morphologies.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use Dynamo in Revit
    2. Learn how to divide design problems into logical solution using visual scripting
    3. Learn how to build parametric complex forms using scripting

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Expert
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Consolidated Room & Equipment Planning in Sync with the Autodesk Revit Suite (Class Seating)
    Speaker: David Patera

    Planning and designing projects today involve the management of data between multiple Revit models, between multiple design disciplines and across multiple office.  This work shop will demonstrate, using the actual Lab participants participation, how the use of a sophisticated database application can streamline this process.  It will show how this process can be more accurate, and more efficient while at the same time making the planning and design of a facility more transparent.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the need for a centralized repository for all project information.
    2. Understand how to leverage the design model to be an intelligent design tool while understanding that there is a more effective tool to manage large quantities of data. 
    3. Understand how to get the entire project team involved in the planning and design process.  Realizing that this will lead to better accuracy and greater efficiency while decreasing the time it takes to coordinate projects.

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API

    Level: All Levels

     

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    LAB: Consolidated Room & Equipment Planning in Sync with the Autodesk Revit Suite (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: David Patera

    Planning and designing projects today involve the management of data between multiple Revit models, between multiple design disciplines and across multiple office.  This work shop will demonstrate, using the actual Lab participants participation, how the use of a sophisticated database application can streamline this process.  It will show how this process can be more accurate, and more efficient while at the same time making the planning and design of a facility more transparent.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the need for a centralized repository for all project information.
    2. Understand how to leverage the design model to be an intelligent design tool while understanding that there is a more effective tool to manage large quantities of data. 
    3. Understand how to get the entire project team involved in the planning and design process.  Realizing that this will lead to better accuracy and greater efficiency while decreasing the time it takes to coordinate projects.

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API

    Level: All Levels

     

    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Pump Up the Volume- With or Without Dynamo
    Speaker: Tim Waldock
    Look at ways of making the design process in Revit more intuitive, using external controls to adjust the dimensions or other properties of objects in Revit, thus experimenting with iterative design.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learning more about new tools in Revit and new methodologies
    2. Learning how to parametrically control elements and building forms remotely both within Revit and also using Dynamo
    3. Comparing methods of manipulating elements- using pure Revit vs Dynamo

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Architecture

    Level: Expert
    10:45 AM  -  12:00 PM
    Tips & Tricks to Make Your Autodesk Revit Drawings & Presentations Look Great, sponsored by Kalloc
    Speaker: Steven Shell
    Learn to improve Construction Documents, create beautiful presentations using advanced and unique graphic techniques and improve Revit’s trees, plants, and people in non-rendered views.  Learn how to insert photographs behind renderings and add gradient colours & patterns behind multiple views and other unique presentation techniques, all done natively within Revit.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Explore and take full advantage of Revit’s powerful graphic tools and capabilities which you may not have known even existed. 
    2. Use a variety of “non-Revit like” presentation techniques to help you develop your own artistic style.
    3. Learn unique ‘out of the box’ tips and tricks to prepare better-than-ever presentations more quickly and efficiently.

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline), Visualisation

    Level: Intermediate
     

    Morning Tea

    12:00 PM  -  1:00 PM
    Lunch
     

    Session 14

    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Drawings? We don't need no stinkin' drawings...
    Speaker: Kelly Cone
    2D drawings are deeply entrenched in our industry from academia to contracts to installation of the final product of our designs. But, do they need to be?

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how 2D documentation can be replaced by new processes that rely on the BIM.
    2. Describe how focusing on the model can provide better outcomes than focusing on the drawings produced by the model.
    3. Describe legal issues with using a model instead of 2D drawings as a contracting vehicle.

    Tags: General (multi-discipline), Business Strategy/Leadership, BIM Management

    Level: All Levels

    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Forum: LODs
    Speaker: Chris Mouflard
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    LAB: Applying Math and Logic to Facade Design (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Helen Gorina
    Mathematical and logical approach to Revit content. Rapid design iterations. Interaction between a façade and building envelope. Efficient documentation. Rigs for prefabrication. Building your toolbelt and sharing it with others. All in context of case studies of award winning projects.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Master the use of shared parameters to create synergy between different parts of a building.
    2. Create complex behaviors in Revit using math and logic
    3. Pick the right tool for the job and teach it new tricks. Improve efficiency by adapting or modifying existing tools

    Tags: Architecture, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Advanced
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    LAB: Applying Math and Logic to Facade Design (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Helen Gorina
    Mathematical and logical approach to Revit content. Rapid design iterations. Interaction between a facade and building envelope. Efficient documentation. Qualitative analysis in Vasari with Dynamo. Rigs for prefabrication. Building your toolbelt and sharing it with others. All in context of case studies of award winning projects.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Master the use of shared parameters to create synergy between different parts of a building.
    2. Create complex behaviors in Revit using math and logic
    3. Pick the right tool for the job and teach it new tricks. Improve efficiency by adapting or modifying existing tools

    Tags: Architecture, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Advanced
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Managing the Business of Construction
    Speaker: Chris Penn
    The main topics covered in this session will be:

    • Early involvement by builders/contractors in establishing the project BMP
    • Why all project data needs to be consistently managed
    • Pre-Construction Design Involvement
    • Importance of Collaboration
    • How Enterprise BIM will change the face of construction
    • Lessons Learnt from implementing Field BIM

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand why the builder/contractor needs to be involved with the development of the Project BMP from day one and during the design process.
    2. The key principles in establishing Field BIM in construction using BIM360 & ZUUSE
    3. Where current technology is taking the management of the construction business.

    Tags: Business Strategy/ Leadership, General (multi-discipline), BIM Management 

    Level: Advanced

    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    Realtime Visualisation for Building Life Cycle, Facilities Management and Process Automation
    Speaker: Jeremy Harkins
    This presentation will cover the integration of realtime game engines with realtime and large homogenised data sets. It will focus on disparate data, reducing duplication and applying analysis across systems in silos. The resultant environments to be discussed are responsive, immersive, interactive, controllable and user focussed.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Gain insights into how Realtime Environments can be used for Facilities Management.
    2. Look at commercially viable realtime alternatives to tradtional static visualisation.
    3. Understand the realtionship between user focussed realtime experience, and wrkflow process.

    Tags: Visualisation, General (multi-discipline), BIM Management

    Level: Expert
    1:00 PM  -  2:15 PM
    The Dark Arts of Revit: Concrete Reinforcement Modeling and Construction
    Speaker: Håvard Vasshaug
    This presentation will uncover the best ways of creating complete, detailed, and accurate reinforcement designs and explore how to end the life of reinforcement drawings and bending schedules through IFC in Construction.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Use Revit as an efficient modeling and documentation tool for all concrete reinforcement
    2. Use Adaptive Components and Dynamo for advanced concrete shapes and post tension tendons
    3. Use 3D models in reinforcement construction

    Tags: Structure, Construction/Fabrication

    Level: Advanced
     

    Session 15

    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Construction/ Fabrication Forum
    Facilitator: Micheal Whaley
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Get your Groupon!
    Speaker: Ceilidh Higgins
    Groups can be one of the most misunderstood and misused features in Revit. Groupies know that while there is always more than one way to skin a cat, groups can offer a great solution to projects containing "typical" groups of elements or to control parts of projects.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand groups and when to use them
    2. Learn some tips and tricks for successfully working with groups
    3. Learn some methods for tagging and scheduling groups

    Tags: General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Intermediate
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Daylight Modelling with Elumtools (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Hisham Khoury

    This workshop will demonstrate how to use Elumtools (an add-on for Revit from the makers of AGI32) in Revit to achieve Daylight Modelling with point by point calculation by utilizing the architectural model and lighting families.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Good understanding of Elumtools
    2. Ability to produce point by point lighting calculations inside a BIM model

    3. Good understanding of how link models and lighting families are utilized in Revit MEP

    Tags: Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Expert
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Daylight Modelling with Elumtools (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Hisham Khoury

    This workshop will demonstrate how to use Elumtools (an add-on for Revit from the makers of AGI32) in Revit to achieve Daylight Modelling with point by point calculation by utilizing the architectural model and lighting families.

    Key Learning Outcomes:

    1. Good understanding of Elumtools
    2. Ability to produce point by point lighting calculations inside a BIM model

    3. Good understanding of how link models and lighting families are utilized in Revit MEP

     
    Tags: Third Party Tools & API

    Level: Expert
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Tips & Tricks to Make Your Autodesk Revit Drawings & Presentations Look Great (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Steven Shell
    Learn to improve Construction Documents, create beautiful presentations using advanced and unique graphic techniques and improve Revit’s trees, plants, and people in non-rendered views.  Learn how to insert photographs behind renderings and add gradient colours & patterns behind multiple views and other unique presentation techniques, all done natively within Revit.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Explore and take full advantage of Revit’s powerful graphic tools and capabilities which you may not have known even existed. 
    2. Use a variety of “non-Revit like” presentation techniques to help you develop your own artistic style.
    3. Learn unique ‘out of the box’ tips and tricks to prepare better-than-ever presentations more quickly and efficiently.

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline), Visualisation

    Level: Intermediate
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    LAB: Tips & Tricks to Make Your Autodesk Revit Drawings & Presentations Look Great! (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Steven Shell
    Learn to improve Construction Documents, create beautiful presentations using advanced and unique graphic techniques and improve Revit’s trees, plants, and people in non-rendered views.  Learn how to insert photographs behind renderings and add gradient colours & patterns behind multiple views and other unique presentation techniques, all done natively within Revit.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Explore and take full advantage of Revit’s powerful graphic tools and capabilities which you may not have known even existed. 
    2. Use a variety of “non-Revit like” presentation techniques to help you develop your own artistic style.
    3. Learn unique ‘out of the box’ tips and tricks to prepare better-than-ever presentations more quickly and efficiently.

    Tags: Architecture, General (multi-discipline), Visualisation

    Level: Intermediate
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Navigating through the storm with Revit's coordinate system(s)
    Speaker: David Baldacchino
    Feeling confused about Revit’s coordinate system(s)? This class will bring clarity to the subject so you can rig your project’s linked files for perfect shared positioning in any context and any downstream use. Master the concepts behind Survey and Project Base Points and know your bearings at all times!

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Understand the coordinate system(s) in Revit projects and families
    2. Master the use of the Project Base Point and Survey Point
    3. Successfully link multiple project files/models with predictable results

    Tags: BIM Management, General (multi-discipline)

    Level: Advanced
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    Revit API Tools You Can't Live Without!
    Speakers: Andrew Bagnall & Clay Hickling
    Out of the box Revit getting you down? Want to stand out from the crowd? Looking to pimp your Revit? Well look no further! Quick fire roundup of the best Revit add-ons we can find and what they can do for you. Satisfaction guaranteed :)

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. What Revit add-ons you can't live without.
    2. What the Revit add-ons we have selected can do to improve your productivity and an overview of the functionality of each.
    3. The importance of putting some thought into incorporating custom add-ons into your annual Revit upgrade process.

    Tags: Architecture, Structure, MEP

    Level: Advanced
    2:30 PM  -  3:45 PM
    To Keynotes and Beyond
    Speaker: Peter Jeffs
    The OOTB functionality of Keynotes seem limiting, but with the right application you can get your keynotes organised, make them easy to edit and help your Client, QS and contractors to understand your drawing notation without needing an Enigma Machine to decipher them.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to organise your keynotes and legends to recognised industry methods
    2. Manage the Keynote .txt file more effectively using Microsoft Excel
    3. Maximise the efficiencies of Revit's Keynote system to speed up your documentation process

    Tags: Architecture

    Level: Intermediate
     

    Morning Tea

    3:45 PM  -  4:05 PM
    Afternoon Tea
     

    Session 16

    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    Industry Update
    Speaker: TBC
    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    Infraworks for Building Designers
    Speaker: Sean Towmey 
    Use Infraworks to visualise and plan your projects in context. Simulate the existing environment, incorporate Revit models and propose scenarios for various options. Share the model with the extended team with the collaboration tools.

    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Learn how to use Infraworks for planning.
    2. Learn how to import multiple data sources to model existing infrastructure.
    3. Learn how to control the collaboration tools for various levels of access to relevant team members.

    Tags: Architecture, Civil, General (multi-discipline), BIM Management, Visualisation

    Level: All Levels
    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    LAB: Site Works for Revit Users, Architects & Land Planners (Class Seating)
    Speaker: Shane O'Rorke
    Harness the power of revolutionary web based technologies to rapidly explore multiple layout options for buildings, car parks, access roads, subdivisions and more, optimised and graded to minimise cost.  See how you can create, view and select several optimised site layouts with your clients, saving time and cost.
     
    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Experience the benefits of SITEOPS in conceptual design and BIM workflows
    2. Learn how to design buildings, car parks and access roads in a site design context
    3. Manage elevations and grades across the site and evaluate cost implications
     
    Tags: Civil, Architecture, Estimation, Visualisation, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Intermediate
    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    LAB: Site Works for Revit Users, Architects & Land Planners (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: Shane O'Rorke
    Harness the power of revolutionary web based technologies to rapidly explore multiple layout options for buildings, car parks, access roads, subdivisions and more, optimised and graded to minimise cost.  See how you can create, view and select several optimised site layouts with your clients, saving time and cost.
     
    Key Learning Outcomes:
    1. Experience the benefits of SITEOPS in conceptual design and BIM workflows
    2. Learn how to design buildings, car parks and access roads in a site design context
    3. Manage elevations and grades across the site and evaluate cost implications
     
    Tags: Civil, Architecture, Estimation, Visualisation, Simulation & Analysis

    Level: Intermediate
    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    LAB: Solibri Case Study (Class Seating)
    Speaker: David Shorter
    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    LAB: Solibri Case Study (Gallery Seating)
    Speaker: David Shorter
    4:05 PM  -  4:50 PM
    Session TBC
     

    Session 17

    5:00 PM  -  5:30 PM
    Wrap Up
    Speaker: Chris Needham
     
    5:30 PM  -  6:30 PM
    Speaker Debrief

    Speakers are invited to attend the Speaker Debrief to allow the Organising Committee the opportunity to thank you for your participation in RTC Australasia 2014 and to give you with an opportunity to provide feedback on your involvement in the event (including session lengths, topics, entitlements, logistics, administration etc).

    All speakers are required to attend.

    7:00 PM  -  11:00 PM
    Gala Dinner, proudly sponsored by Panzura
     
    Proudly Sponsored by: panzura-logo-transp-#2DF9BF_lo res

    Saturday 31 May 2014
    7:00pm - 11:00pm

     

    The Conference will go out with a bang at the Gala Dinner. Guests will enjoy a 3 course meal and beverages from 7:00pm - 11:00pm. Awards will kick start the evening followed by live entertainment.
     
    Dress: Semi-Formal 
     
     
     
     
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