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#BIMOpenMic is coming to South Africa

Casey Rutland & BIM Institute in collaboration with WSP Parsons Brinkerhoff, Digitalgreen and Autodesk present, ‘#BIMOpenMic – Cape Town.’

“We are delighted to announce that following the success of the UK sessions, #BIMOpenMic is coming to South Africa! #BIMOpenMic nights are about starting conversations and generating discussion about all things BIM and helping address the day to day issues it presents in our work.”

“So join us for drinks and snacks on Wed. 1st March, at WSP PB Offices in Cape Town V&A Waterfront and listen to UK BIM evangelist, Casey Rutland and others give us observations, opinions, rants, tips and tricks at our “anything goes” session.”

“Many thanks to our hosts WSP Parson Brinkerhoff and event sponsors Autodesk and  BIM Institute for helping us to put this session together.”

Be there and be vocal!


  • Wednesday, 1st March 2017
  • WSP PB Offices, V&A WaterFront, Cape Town,
  • 18:00 to 21:00



– 1 Mic
– 1 Spotlight
– 1 screen (with sound if required)

– 80 People

  • Sign up to speak on the night, only 6 x 10 minute slots (first come, first served)
  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)


  • Anything Goes!
  • Platform agnostic
  • Topic agnostic
  • Discipline agnostic
  • Hot topics encouraged
  • Audience participation encouraged

No sales pitches.


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