Mohamed Mohsen is a BIM Manager, Senior Architectural Engineer, Certified Instructor, and Certified Professional from Autodesk. He holds Bachelor degree in Architecture Engineering, and Pre-Masters degree in Integrated Engineering Design Management from Cairo University, Egypt.
His work experience in multinational organizations like Dar Al-Handasah, RMC – raafat.miller.consulting and Aura Egypt covers a wide variety of mega BIM projects in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Egypt, including:
In Saudi Arabia
- Al-Madinah Haram Expansion
- King Saud University for Health Sciences
- National Guard Health Affairs Specialized Hospitals
- Al-Madinah Convention Centre
- King Abdul Aziz Athletic City
- Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Athletic City
- Prince Saud bin Jalawi Sports City
In United Arab Emirates
- University of Dubai
- Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre
- Al-Khail Avenue Mall
- Club Vista Mare - Palm Jumeirah
- Doha Metro - Green Line
- New National Cancer Institute (500 500 Hospital)
- Qatameya Office Plaza
- Jefaira – North Coast
- Bo Islands – North Coast
As a BIM Expert he is uniquely positioned to provide vision, strategic plan and implement technological and organizational BIM solutions to provide higher quality digital design deliverables and documentation. As an Architectural Engineer he is responsible for leading multidisciplinary technical teams for production, completion and issuing of schematic design, design development, tender and construction documents through BIM Implementation.
Also, Mohamed works as an Academic Lecturer at several reputable universities in Egypt, and he is a frequent speaker in many International and local conferences for spreading BIM awareness in Egypt and the Middle East.
BIM ADOPTION FOR LARGE SCALE FIRMS AND IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES IN MEGA PROJECTS
Adopting BIM in architecture, engineering, and construction firms is much talked about. Recently, a lot of BIM successful stories have been told. You’ve seen the explosion of BIM in competitors’ work and RFPs, and you don't want the industry to pass you by. The process of implementing BIM is about change management. To do this successfully, the process needs to be carried out methodically. The best way is to make an ‘organizational BIM implementation plan’, and the steps for this are outlined in this session. The main topics to be covered:
- The four BIM pillars – main factors affecting organizational BIM adoption
- Risks and challenges hindering the adoption and implementation of BIM
- The most common mistake done while BIM implementation
- Current qualification status and organizational BIM assessment – can you BIM?
- BIM related agreements and BIM specification framework
- What is the roles of BIM champions? And how to evaluate their productivity
- Creating a project collaborative environment for clear and faster communication and instant information/data exchange
- Preparation for BIM project implementation
Theme: BIM and Project Management