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August 13, 2020
HONG KONG, Aug. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Construction Industry Council (CIC) today announced that the CIC will launch the Celebration of BIM Achievement 2020 (Celebration) to recognise outstanding projects, organisations and individuals for their contributions in adopting and promoting Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the construction industry in Hong Kong.
Ar. Ada FUNG, Chairperson of the Committee on BIM of the CIC said, "The celebration aims to inspire organisations and practitioners to continually be creative, innovative, transformative or disruptive in bringing BIM to its full potential, by recognising and sharing their achievements with all stakeholders. Although each category of achievement has its own merit and assessment criteria, all categories share the same key ingredients of vision and mission in BIM, achievements, lessons learned, contribution and impact to the construction industry in Hong Kong."
Under the Celebration, three categories of achievements will be celebrated and recognised. They are:
(1) BIM Projects 2020,
(2) BIM Organisations 2020, and
(3) BIMers 2020.
|[Note: "BIM" in the CIC's context includes BIM, digital construction, and its related technologies etc. in construction industry.]|
The Celebration is now open for registration until 13 October 2020. Please apply if you are passionate in promoting and adopting BIM, and had achieved important and recognised milestones of BIM in your organisation, projects, education or research etc. Your footprints would be registered in the history of BIM development in Hong Kong.
For eligibility, submission requirement, judging criteria and related information, please visit: www.bim.cic.hk/en/events/page/CBA2020
About the Construction Industry Council
The Construction Industry Council (CIC) was formed in 2007 under the Construction Industry Council Ordinance (Cap. 587). The CIC consists of a chairman and 24 members representing various sectors of the industry including employers, professionals, academics, contractors, workers, independent persons and Government officials.
The main functions of the CIC are to forge consensus on long-term strategic issues, convey the industry's needs and aspirations to the Government, provide professional training and registration services, and serve as a communication channel between the Government and the construction industry.
Please visit www.cic.hk for further details.
SOURCE Construction Industry Council