Hadeel Safaa, KTP Asociate – BIM Development Coordinator, McAvoy group LTD.

    • Hadeel Safaa, KTP Asociate – BIM Development Coordinator, McAvoy group LTD.'s presentations

    Knowledge Transfer Partnership Associate at Queen’s University of Belfast and the McAvoy Group, working to investigate the potentials of Level 3 Building Information Modelling in the KTP and investigating innovative ways of utilizing Digital Technologies in offsite construction by working as a BIM Development Coordinator for the McAvoy Group. She is also an External Lecturer at Queen’s for the MSc of Building Information Modelling and Project Management course. The first live Offsite Modular BIM project She contributed in for the McAvoy group have been shortlisted for the Irish BIM Innovation awards 2016 and She was also nominated for Queen’s University Staff Excellence Awards 2017.

    Presentation title: Digital Technologies – Academia to industry

    Synopsis of your talk: Offsite Modular construction is a crucial to improving the construction sector in terms of efficiency, cost, quality and sustainability. Modular buildings are built to the same standards as traditionally constructed buildings. BIM’s natural strengths run towards upfront planning and coordination, and that fits in perfectly with what off-site construction is all about.

    Queen’s University of Belfast are working in collaboration with the McAvoy group Offsite Construction Company in the aim to master off-site construction management’s involvement with Building Information Modelling (BIM) projects.

    This research investigates the use of BIM in offsite Construction and the learning outcomes are to ensure that the industry works together with academia to support and educate contractors, designers and employers, as well as developing stronger relationships with other members of the built environment supply chain.


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