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Association of Consulting Engineers, Singapore

27 Jan 2023 to 10 Feb 2023

Course SynopsisThe course provides an overview of computational Building Information Modelling (BIM) and how it is applied in Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing (MEP) drafting and modelling processes. Revit Dynamo will be used for automation and optimisation of the MEP modelling processes.Course ObjectiveThis course will equip participants with essential Computational BIM Dynamo skills in MEP BIM design and documentation processes. Participants will learn how to create Dynamo scripts to interact with Revit elements, parameters, excel spread sheets and to automate the documentation and the design processes. Course Topics1. Dynamo Basics2. Managing Lists & Data3. Interacting with Revit Parameters4. Interacting with Excel5. Documentation Example6. Python Scripts for Dynamo

Association of Consulting Engineers, Singapore

15 Feb 2023 to 15 Feb 2023

The CORENET X project was initiated in 2018 with the objective to leverage technologies such as Building Information Modelling (BIM) and automation to transform the regulatory approval process for building works.CORENET X will be a One-Stop Integrated Digital Shopfront, targeted to be rolled out from end 2023.To ensure our regulatory information can be captures and exported to IFC, a localized set of IFC data requirements was developed, called IFC-SG.Based on the IFC-SG Resource Kit developed by GovTech, the Regulatory Agencies, and BIM software developers, 1-day IFC-SG Training had rolled out for Revit users since Aug 2022.This webinar aims to share more info and details of the upcoming training for Tekla users.Industry Training details are available at https://go.gov.sg/cxtraining

Association of Consulting Engineers, Singapore

20 Feb 2023 to 20 Feb 2023

Topic: A Practical Approach of Resolving Disputes on Variation, Payment Claims, including The Mediation Process for Professional EngineersSeminar Outline 1.Definition Of Variation Claims, and Its Legal Implications 2.Resolving Payment Claims, A Practical Approach and Its Outcome 3.Mediation Process and Resolving Construction Disputes 4.Case Studies and Discussions5.Question and Answers 6.Bringing Litigation and Arbitration claims for variation and payment claims

Institution of Engineers, Singapore

3 Mar 2023 to 3 Mar 2023

Design risk can be managed effectively by identifying the hazard and controlling the risk through Design for Safety (DfS) reviews during project development.Designing for safety should start at the early stage of a project whereby key stakeholders will review the design progressively to identify hazards on the building layout, materials used and construction methods etc. so as to enhance the safety of the project for construction as well as operation and maintenance.

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