BIMSCOT is charting progress in the UK’s ambition to create a digital, integrated approach to the built environment and a digital economy for infrastructure, buildings, and services.


Showcasing how the construction industry and operations management professionals approach social and economic infrastructure - through the use of digital technology - our annual BIM leaders' conference is the essential guide to sustainable building practice: from understanding needs of users, to enabling ‘right first time’ delivery, providing buildings and infrastructure documentation as quickly, efficiently and as useable as possible.


Focusing on how we plan, build, maintain and use that infrastructure - as well renew and replace existing built assets - the conference will examine making better use of buildings, with the aim of providing improved social outcomes, increased productivity and inclusive growth.


It will feature the Scottish Government’s latest thinking on BIM and how it can extend its benefits into other sectors, such as technology, smart cities and conservation.


Providing insights into new and emerging technologies - as well as being a forum for delegates to learn, share and deliberate - BIMSCOT is fast-becoming the national platform for building information modelling; be part of the conversation in 2020


 The Scottish Government; Scottish Futures Trust; Construction Scotland Innovation Centre; Scottish Enterprise; UK BIM Alliance; AECOM, Atkins, Unissu and digital transformation specialist James Dearsley.