RMIT Storey Hall (Building 16)
336–348 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC


Tues 3rd March
5:15 - 9:00pm


Industry Leaders Sharing BIM Knowledge


Free to attend
Register Below

MelBIM: Tues 3rd March @ Storey Hall RMIT

The MelBIM event will be hosted at RMIT Storey Hall (Building 16), 336–348 Swanston Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000 Arrival is from 5:15PM with presentations commencing at 5:45PM.

Attendance is free, drinks and food will be provided but pre-event registration is essential. All attendees are required to register prior to the the event via the Registration button here.

Whether you’re a BIM Manager, Architect, Engineer, Contractor, Facility Manager, Manufacturer, Project Manager or anyone else wanting to learn and share information about BIM, MelBIM events have something for everyone.

We look forward to seeing you there!

MelBIM committee

Event Sponsor: Office of Projects Victoria

Office of Projects Victoria (OPV) provides quality advice to the Victorian Government on developing and building major infrastructure projects.

Networking Sponsor: Autodesk

Autodesk makes software for people who make things. If you’ve ever driven a high-performance car, admired a towering skyscraper, used a smartphone, or watched a great film, chances are you’ve experienced what millions of Autodesk customers are doing with our software.

Event Schedule

17:15 - Arrival and Networking

Arrive early to network with other industry leaders before the presentations and formalities begin. Expect to see high representation from Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Manufacturing, Facility Management, Academia and all other forms of BIM industry stakeholders.

17:45 - Welcome and Introduction

Take a seat in our awesome venue for the evening. Make yourself comfy and hear from our fantastic event sponsor

17:50 - Improving Project Delivery - VDAS Guidance Launch : Kevin Doherty (CEO - Office of Projects Victoria)


18:00 - Fishermans Bend Digital Twin : Melissa Harris (Executive Director - Land Use Victoria)


18:10 - Rail Projects Victoria : Evan Quick (Digital Engineering Asset Manager - Rail Projects Victoria)


18:20 - Level Crossing Removal Program : John Dyer (Digital Engineering Project Manager - Level Crossings Removals Australia)


18:30 - North East Link Project : Nic Renaudeau (North East Link Project)

18:40 - Digital Innovation at Melbourne Airport : Linc Horton (Melbourne Airport)


18:50 - Panel Discussion : Moderated by Steve Appleby (IIMBE)

Melissa Harris, Executive Director (Land Use Victoria)
Evan Quick, Digital Engineering Asset Manager (Rail Projects Victoria)
John Dyer, Digital Engineering Project Manager (Level Crossing Removal Australia)
Nic Renaudeau, Digital Engineering Project Manager (North East Link Project)
Tim Mumford, Head of Innovation and Digital (Office of Projects Victoria)
Linc Horton, Chief of Property (Melbourne Airport)
Phuong Hua, Digital Engineering Manager (Mirvac)

19:10 - Industry Update

Get the latest BIM news about upcoming BIM events, industry developments and general musings from MelBIM Committee member Will Joske.

19:20 - Autodesk Cloud

Presentation from our Networking Sponsor Autodesk on Autodesk Cloud

19:30 - Networking: Food and Drinks Thanks to Our Sponsor

With the formal part of the evening over, it’s now time to get social. Thanks to our event sponsor, enjoy some complementary ‘BIMbeers’, wine, or soft drink and a casual bite to eat whilst striking up conversation with industry peers and colleagues.

About MelBIM

MelBIM is a not for profit group based in Melbourne Australia that seeks to bring together the built environment community of Victoria, to share and exchange thoughts and knowledge relating to technology and innovation across the Architectural, Engineering, Construction and Facilities Management industry, with a particular focus on BIM.

Every couple of months, MelBIM hosts a networking and presentation evening which is free to attend by means of the support of RMIT University and an event sponsor who provides drinks and food for registered attendees.

Attendees of these events are provided an opportunity to network and engage with other professionals from diverse backgrounds including Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Facility Management, Manufacturing, Planning, Quantity Surveying, Software Development/ Vendors, AEC Services, Product Sales / Retail, Education and Government.


MelBIM would not be possible without the generous efforts of the Volunteer Committee.

Luke Johnston

Executive Committee Member
Managing Director | BIM Content Specialist
IGS BIM Solutions

Nicholas Broadbent

Executive Committee Member
Owner | BIM Consultant
BIM Edge

Julia Allen

Executive Committee Member
BIM Manager

Will Joske

Principal Advisor BIM | Senior Consultant | BIM Development Manager
Swinburne University of Technology | BIM Academy | i2C Architects

Steve Appleby

Founder & Director

Peter Goodman

Autodesk Development Manager
Waterman AHW

Brad Strauss

Owner | BIM Consultant

Guillermo Aranda-Mena

Associate Professor
Property Construction & Project Management RMIT

Franz Hein

Group Design Technology Specialist
Woods Bagot

Frank Boukamp

Senior Lecturer for Project and Construction Management

Chris Houghton

VDC/ BIM Manager
Building Data Consultants



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MelBIM would not be possible without the support of these organisations.

RMIT University - School of Property, Construction and Project Management

The RMIT School of Property, Construction and Project Management has been supporting MelBIM since it was founded. RMIT's generous contribution to the event includes providing us with a world class lecture theatre, communal space, facilities and various support staff.

RMIT is a leading provider of education, research and training in the construction, project management and property industries.

They are renowned for their reputable programs, strong links with industry such as hosting MelBIM, involvement in professional bodies and collaborative approach to research.