Video Centre: Autodesk Solutions & BIM Level 2

Get free access to our full presentation on BIM Level 2

BIM Level 2 was introduced as a requirement for all UK government construction projects on April 4th 2016. It's now your responsibility to show you're compliant with the new standards - View our free video resource centre to find out how!


Are You Ready?

This detailed presentation will show you:

  • The 6 simple steps to implement BIM Level 2 projects
  • How to respond to the UK BIM Level 2 requirements
  • How you can configure your existing Autodesk solutions (including Revit and Civil 3D) to support the mandate, and specifically BS 1192.4 (COBie) and PAS 1192.2 (Information Management) - INCLUDES 12 DEMO VIDEOS
  • New solutions from the Autodesk BIM 360 portfolio, including BIM 360 Docs, and how they will support you to meet BIM Level 2 requirements. 
  • Insight from our guest speaker, Tom Hughes, Project Technology Consultant at Mott MacDonald. Learn how they are implementing BIM Level 2 in their projects, and the benefits they're seeing.

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Your Speakers

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Lee Mullin is the Construction Technical Specialist for Northern Europe and leads the European Construction Virtual Technical Team at Autodesk. Lee looks after the Navisworks, BIM 360 suite and workflows extending from Revit, Civil 3D, Infraworks and Recap. With over ten years’ experience in BIM and pre-construction workflows, Lee’s current role is multi-faceted, with public speaking engagements, product testing, development and workflow investigation. He has extensive knowledge of interoperability workflows across the Autodesk portfolio and helps to build up the Autodesk Construction user community through the Beyond Design Blog and various social media: @leeroyb

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Tom Hughes is a project technology consultant for Mott MacDonald as part of a global Project Technologies Group. Tom specialises in the UK Level 2 requirements, Common Data Environments, infrastructure BIM and Autodesk best practice. Tom’s role means he works on a wide variety of projects both for key clients in the UK and overseas. Tom is a member of the Institute of Civil Engineers, a BRE Academy BIM member and part of the Autodesk futures portal for infrastructure. You can find him on Twitter @bimostb