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    1 November 2019
    100+ Forum Russia 2019

    From October 29 to November 1, Yekaterinburg hosted the VI International Forum of High-Rise and Unique Construction "100+ Forum Russia" and the exhibition "100+ Technologies for Cities".

    The exhibition "100+ Technologies for Cities" was held at the "Ekaterinburg-EXPO" and brought together 122 exhibitors from 10 countries, 11 regions and 18 cities of Russia. Leading world and Russian developers of technologies and materials took part in the exposition: Schneider Electric, OTIS, Knauf, 1C, Rostec, JCB, Palfinger, Krylov Research Center, Mostostroy and others.

    The All-Russian Forum of BIM technologies was held within the framework of the "100+ Forum Russia" for the second year in a row. Given the popularity of the topic last year, when extra chairs had to be placed in the halls for listeners, this year the Russian BIM Technology Forum was made two days long, with 7 sections in its program.

    The co-organizer of the Forum is the Ministry of Construction and Housing and Public Utilities of the Russian Federation. Dmitry Volkov, Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation, commented on the importance of discussing the concept of implementing a life cycle management system for capital construction projects using information modeling technologies: “The introduction of new technologies is not an easy task, for which the Ministry of Construction of Russia works in close cooperation with industry experts and business representatives. The main goal of developing the document was to create comfortable, modern housing and urban environment for the citizens of the country. The holding of the Russian Forum of BIM technologies within the framework of the "100+ Forum Russia" creates a convenient platform for the exchange of experience with leading experts in the field of BIM technologies."

    Svetlana Parkhomenko, Head of BIM-technologies department of the Metropolis company, made a presentation “Domestic and foreign experience in information modeling of buildings and structures” and spoke about the peculiarities of working on projects of the Rhythmic Gymnastics Center of Irina Viner-Usmanova, the Stadium of FC Krasnodar, GES-2, MFC "Iskra-Park", etc.

    The main issues for discussion were:

    1. BIM 3D: Domestic and foreign experience in information modeling of buildings and structures;
    2. BIM 4D: Facility and project management - implementation of BIM technology;
    3. BIM 6D: Operation of objects based on information modeling;
    4. BIM and technical customer.

    More than 40 experts who use BIM at various stages of the life cycle of buildings took part in the forum: customers, designers, builders and operating organizations. The discussions were also attended by representatives of leading BIM vendors: Autodesk, Graphisoft, Renga, Allbau, Trimble, Nanosoft, Lira and others.

    The experts discussed international standards for working in BIM, modern information modeling technologies, and global trends in the digitalization of the construction industry.

    One of the BIM sessions was moderated by Vyacheslav Trapeznikov, President of the SRO of the Association of Builders of the Urals, co-organizer of the forum.

    On the second day of the "100+ Forum Russia", October 30, the main event of the day took place - the plenary session of the "City of the Future" forum.

    Minister of Construction and Housing and Utilities of the Russian Federation Vladimir Yakushev, Governor of the Sverdlovsk Region Yevgeny Kuyvashev, Senator of the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation Arkady Chernetsky, Mayor of Yekaterinburg Alexander Vysokinsky and others took part in it. The plenary session was moderated by Radislav Gandapas.

    Vladimir Yakushev noted the relevance of the forum topic: “The city of the future is a city in which people have opportunities for self-realization. With pleasure they move along its cozy streets. In this city, the problems of personal and public transport have been solved. There is an appropriate social infrastructure. People feel safe here. Naturally, they are doing what they love. Have a job. And of course, they raise children. The priority task of the Ministry of Construction is to make the cities of the future the cities of the present,” the minister said.