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In these times, more than ever, in hospitals we have seen the need to face a series of challenges, hitherto unknown, that would respond to the health emergency caused by COVID-19.
In terms of infrastructure, the role of buildings as a further element of care and the need to have a full knowledge of what goes on from the inside have been highlighted.
Optimizing space management, documenting all building assets, reducing operator response time, monitoring air quality in real time, or virtually simulating potential emergency scenarios are just some of the benefits we can get. bring the implementation of BIM to hospitals.
At Parc Taulí in Sabadell we firmly believe that the application of BIM can improve the conditions of patients, companions and healthcare staff in their daily activities, which is why we have organized this day under the motto "Buildings heal" with the aim of putting on the table the current reality of BIM in the hospital field.
Throughout the day, architects, engineers, suppliers and all kinds of professionals related to the BIM world, will bring us their experience with this methodology, and we hope that all this knowledge will allow us to establish the basis for defining a common strategy that serves accelerator for the implementation of BIM in our sector.
- # 9: 30h Opening # 9: 45h The importance of information requirements and standardization: keys to the adoption of BIM in complex areas # 10: 45h Break # 11: 15h Case of BIM success in the Pharmaceutical Industry # 12:00 BIM implementation process in Parc Taulí # 13: 00h Round table: Are we ready to work with BIM methodology? # 14: 00h Lunch # 15: 30h Real experiences of hospitals and providers # 16: 45h Closing