BIM – the intelligent 3D technology process

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Episode 9 of the Property Business Club Podcast

BIM (Building Information Modelling) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. Source AutoDesk website. In this episode Lena Benjamin talks about the opportunities to the real estate investor and local community. BIM property talk event register at april-propertybusinessclub.eventbrite.co.uk 

Podcast script 

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Hello and welcome to the Property Business Club Podcast episode 9. I’m Lena Benjamin, strategic property search consultant at Benjamin Property Services with over 10 years of residential real estate experience this includes multiple years of experience as a Landlord in the London and Kent areas including project managing refurbishments and working with London estate agents on sales and lettings negotiations. Global multi-disciplinary plc engineering consultancy firm experience working with multi-million-pound buildings and infrastructure clients. 

I’m also host of this podcast and founder of topical events and webinars details of which can be found on benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/events or propertybusinessclub.eventbrite.co.uk

At Benjamin Property Services – we source off-market, financially distressed and below market value properties in London & Kent prime and regeneration areas to transform them into income generating assets for company directors, corporate executives, family offices and other sophisticated investors. You can schedule in a free consultation at benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/schedule

Today I’m going to briefly talk about Building Information Modelling (BIM). According to the Autodesk website BIM (Building Information Modelling) is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure. 

I first came across Building Information Modelling in 2009 at Laing O’Rourke’s head office in Dartford where they were prototyping the construction of buildings on a site close by their offices using BIM. I went there with a project director of Scott Wilson plc now AECOM. I was there because I  provided client development opportunities with and for Scott Wilson’s multimillion-pound buildings and infrastructure key clients, trying to embed a focus on the long-term value of client relationships. I’m now offering this service as Key Client Growth Success Online Solutions for B2B service-based companies around the world atlenabenjamin.com/actions4growth.

Anyway back to the story, what was interesting to me on that visit to the Laing O’Rourke offices was how forward-thinking they were back then a decade ago. I’m not sure if that was because they were procuring for Crossrail and needed to showcase to the UK Government that they were the contractors for the job – potentially yes. 

Crossrail is due to open in December 2019 as the Elizabeth line and it is Building Information Modelling that is announced as the key reason for ensuring the multidisciplinary nature of the project was controlled and enabled dialogue between architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals. 

I mentioned Crossrail 1 Elizabeth line in the Property Business Club Podcast, now on Apple and Spotify, in Episode 1. The opportunities that BIM will provide to the local communities surrounding those stations is huge. Transportation is one of the reasons to ensure London can continue to be an economic opportunity for both nationals and international citizens and businesses. It allows more people to live and work in those areas and provides a need to establish residential, commercial and mixed-use developments in those surrounding areas using BIM.

In April, as part of the created Property Business Club, I’m organising a topical property talk event on Building Information Modelling for company directors, corporate executives and family offices in Victoria SW1. Register at april-propertybusinessclub.eventbrite.co.uk or go to benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/events

To contribute to real estate regeneration wealth and legacy building opportunities with Benjamin Property Services in London and/or Kent visit benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk. If you want to have a quick chat telephone UK direct dial 020 7097 8834 or leave a message on the 24 hour 7 days a week client enquiry line on 020 8720 6460. Or request a callback no matter where you are in the world at benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/callback-request or schedule a call at benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/schedule

I’d like to interview successful real estate professionals from around the world for the Property Business Club Podcast, you can schedule in the interview in your timezone by visiting benjaminpropertyservices.co.uk/podcast. I look forward to hearing from you and thanks for listening.

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Over 10 years of property professional experience and client management expertise. Multiple years of experience working with London estate agents on sales and lettings negotiations. Landlord experience in the London and Kent areas including project managing refurbishments. Global multi-disciplinary plc engineering consultancy firm experience working with multi-million-pound buildings and infrastructure clients. Lena has two business degrees achieved from London universities, a Master of Business Administration (MBA, 2010) and a business studies degree specialising in marketing (BA Hons, 1999).