Siveco and partner to speak on BIM-based Digital Asset Management on November 22 in Shenzhen
Siveco China's Product Director Wang Tao was invited to speak at the "BIM-based Digital Asset Management" conference held by the Global BIM Centre of Excellence on November 22 in Shenzhen. Other presentations will be conducted by Siveco partner WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, a leading engineering firm.
Wang Tao will speak on "BIM for Asset Management" showing how BIM can bring value to building owners in the operation and maintenance phase with Siveco China's unique technological solutions and specific maintenance know-how.
From WSP, Simon Ng, Associate Director of WSP HK Ltd. and Xia Guangting, Associate of WSP Shanghai Ltd. will speak on "Application of BIM throughout the building lifecycle" and "Case studies – how BIM bring value to construction projects".
For registration, please contact
Hong Kong Contact: Ms Vicky Leung (Tel 00852 3188 5230) or Email to Vickyleung@global-bim.org
Mainland China Contact: Ms Claire Liu (Tel 131 4396 8154) or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Ng, Associate Director and Regional Senior BIM Manager, WSP Hong Kong Ltd.
Simon is the leader of the Greater China BIM team of WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, consisting of over 80 staff members. Simon has extensive experience in BIM management and development in terms of skills development, business kit, modelling standard, execution plan, template, family database and other tools. Simon is a Mechanical Engineer and has a wide range of experience in Engineering Design, Project Management and the application of Information Technology in the construction industry.
GuangTing Xia, Associate, BIM, WSP Shanghai Ltd.
Guangting has more than ten years structural design and analysis experiences including more than six years focuses on BIM, a qualified structural engineer with class 1 registered structural engineer certificate of China. With the working experience in world's No.1 BIM software vendor, he is proficient in BIM software applications in various stages in a building lifecycle. Moreover, he has rich experiences in BIM workflow management, operation and standards. He was also one of the chief editor of the official Autodesk Revit Structure 2012 training guide in China.
Wang Tao, Product Director, Siveco China
Wang Tao is managing Siveco China's R&D center in Shanghai. With earlier experience managing maintenance improvement projects at Siveco, he is also an expert in cloud-computing and mobility solutions in the real estate industry. The Siveco Shanghai R&D center develops the bluebee® suite of products, with Android phone and tablet apps, as well as the bluebee® cloud back-office solution with its BIM integration module. Wang Tao has been directly involved in projects, including CNOOC (oil & gas, BIM-CMMS/FM integration), New World Development (ultra-high building, O&M data preparation and BIM integration), Carrefour (risk prevention, tablet solution for 250 stores nationwide), French Embassy in Beijing (Facility Management and consulting services), Cofely-Gient (mobile solution for multisite energy service supplier), Suez Group (waste & water, multi-site mobile projects), etc.
Global BIM Centre of Excellence (Former: ICES-bSHK BIM Centre of Excellence, hereinafter referred to as CoE) is a non-profit making organization that co-founded by Chartered Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES) China Region as well as the buildingSMART Hong Kong (bSHK), and supported by the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China (UNNC). CoE keeps close relationship with experts and scholars within the industry, regarding promoting the development of the construction industry as the fundamental purpose, devoting to push the profound application of BIM technology, strengthening international exchanges & discussions, accelerating BIM personnel training and boosting the informatization process of construction industry.
About Siveco China
Siveco China, founded in 2004, is the country's largest maintenance consultancy and a pioneer in the development of Maintenance 4.0 technologies, with a focus on mobile solutions "for the worker of tomorrow".
Based on a long experience of "maintenance with Chinese characteristics", Siveco has developed a unique approach combining maintenance consulting and software tools. While the Chinese market has historically been plagued by IT suppliers without understanding of industrial reality, Siveco is run by maintenance people for maintenance people, focusing on obtaining rapid and sustainable improvement.
Siveco China has over 850 customer sites, including ABB, Arkema, Baida Air, Brose, Carrefour China, CEPSA, Changcheng Property Group, CNEEC, CNOOC, Fushun Mining Group, Engie, GE, Greenland Holdings, Hanwha Chemical, International Paper, Nokia, Saint-Gobain, Shanghai World Expo 2010 pavilions, Shell, Sichuan Lutianhua, Suez Environnement, etc. The company boasts a growing export business, working alongside Asian EPC companies in Southeast Asia, the Middle-East and Africa.
Siveco China has won multiple awards including the prestigious 2010 Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions Grand Prix, Plant Engineering Product of the Year 2012, CHaINA Supply Chain Excellence Award 2013, Engineers' Choice Award by PEC in 2013 and by Plant360 in 2015. Siveco is the only China-based maintenance consultancy to operate outside of China and the only company in Asia to have obtained the ISO9001:2008 certification for maintenance improvement services and CMMS development.
Siveco China is a subsidiary of Europe's leading supplier Siveco group, with 30 years of expertise in computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS). The company is headquartered in Shanghai, where it also operates a R&D center, and also has offices in Beijing, Chengdu and Hong Kong.
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