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EMAGN CPD #2: Documentation


Date: Thursday 13th September 
Time: 5.30pm- 7.30pm



5.30-6pm networking

6-7pm presentation

7-7.30pm questions and discussion time



This EmAGN CPD will focus on BIM processes and documentation – the relevance of BIM, managing between technology and deliverables and BIM in practice.  Our speakers will discuss how BIM is used in their offices across a variety of scales, how to maximise efficiency and workflow and uncover some currently underutilised features or strategies of BIM software used in practice.


BIM is an intelligent 3D based modelling process of data generation for architectural, engineering and construction professionals. Increasingly, BIM is becoming standard practice not only on larger projects with large teams, but can be useful across all scales.

As tools for BIM, Revit is often not a compulsory component of tertiary education.  For graduates entering the workforce without strong knowledge of documentation and the intricacies of using BIM, how does one navigate it?



Speakers: TBC

Jeremy Graham

Jeremy Graham is the Computational Design Leader in the HDR Data Driven Design team developing tools and workflows that utilise Big Data and Building Analysis. He has developed plugins for Revit, Rhino, Dynamo and Grasshopper, one of which is used to create fully parametric stadium bowls; optimising interoperability workflows between Rhino and Revit.  Jeremy will provide insight into automation using BIM and creating custom workflows via programming plugins.

David Christie 



David is a Senior Associate and technical innovation leader at Woods Bagot. Having previously worked at Cox, he has been with Woods Bagot for the past 6 years working in design and project delivery.  Since graduating, he has worked on large Revit-based projects, seeing them through from concept to completion. A registered architect, and Revit guru of 16 years, David carries out his projects with a strong focus on optimization and efficiency through ongoing enquiry of innovative uses of BIM at all stages of the project.  David has recently completed Collins Square’s Tower 5 and is currently working on the Melbourne Quarter Development.


Will Brouwers 

Come discuss with Will Brouwers about getting started with BIM and how these tools can be used in developing a conceptual design through to documentation.  


Will is an Associate & Design Architect at Lyons with an interest in the cultural value of public architectures. He is a registered practitioner with the ARBV and has substantial experience designing complex public buildings across Australia. In addition to his role at Lyons, Will co-leads a design studio at RMIT University that seeks to combine experimental digital techniques with thoughtful urban analysis to create buildings that are both innovative and contextually responsive.

Lynde Nguyen



Lynde is an Architectural Coordinator at HDR having started her career at HASSELL as a student and graduate. She is passionate about distilling data and information into built forms with Revit being a great platform for these possibilities. She will be discussing pathways to learning Revit to build skills and knowledge. 


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Australian Institute of Architects
Level 2,
41 Exhibition Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000

Australian Institute of Architects
Victorian Chapter
Level 1, 41 Exhibition Street 
T: 03 8620 3866 
E: vic@architecture.com.au



TERMS & CONDITIONS: 1. The Victorian Chapter has the right to cancel or alter the dates, speakers or venue of an event. 2. In the event of cancellation, bookings will be transferred to the next available event unless the registrant requests otherwise. 3. No cancellations or refunds two (2) working days prior to the event. 4. People attending in replace of the registered person must pay the ticket fee associated with their membership type. 5. Please note that start and end times are an estimation. Some seminars may finish earlier or later than the proposed time.