The concept of digitalization aims to ensure long-term competitiveness and prosperity. The digitalization of Czech construction industry is based on the implementation of BIM Concept, and presents a way to achieve the expected efficiency of the construction industry. The transformation of the whole industry into Construction 4.0 is a necessary condition for successful development of the whole industry in the Czech Republic, the EU and throughout Europe.
A representative international conference dedicated to the implementation of the BIM Concept in the Czech construction industry will take place on 21 November 2019 in Prague and will address important topics defined in the Digital Czech Republic Government Strategy and in the Government Resolution on Implementing the BIM Concept in Czech Construction Industry. The program will focus mainly on the government's contribution to the development of Czech construction industry through digitalization and supporting the transformation to Construction 4.0. The conference is intended for professional public from the business sphere and experts from both the public sector and state administration.
The summit is co-organized by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, the Czech Standardization Agency and Digital Czech Republic.
Registration participants8:15 - 8:45
1/ Digital Czechia - government activities for the development of digitization in the construction industry9:00 – 11:20
Digital Czechia in construction industry – Vladimír Dzurilla More information
Digital Czechia in construction industryDigital Czechia – impact on construction industry and BIM model used by the State Treasury of the Shared Services Center
Digitization and development of construction industry – Eduard Muřický
Introductory word of ÚNMZ – Viktor Pokorný
Digital building permit Czech Republic – Lukasz Kryński
Digital technical map Czech Republic – Zdeněk Zajíček
Digital building control - current legislation – Martin Kupka
Pilot projects Vysočina - ceremonial signing of cooperation agreement – Jiří Běhounek, Zdeněk Veselý
Transport Infrastructure - Practical Experience – Ivo Vykydal
What awaits us since 2022 – Jaroslav Nechyba
BIM and public procurement in Europe11:35 – 13:30
The future of BIM in Europe – Presentation of the EU BIM Task Group – Souheil Soubra More information
The future of BIM in Europe – Presentation of the EU BIM Task GroupThis presentation will focus on how BIM can fuel both innovation and growth in European Markets. It will draw from the work of the EU BIM Task Group. The roadmap of the group will be presented. This roadmap charts the transition to the digitalisation of the construction industry, which could unlock a 15-25% saving for the global infrastructure market by 2025. More specifically, the presentation will highlight the vast potential for public procurers to make savings thanks to the implementation of BIM. Alongside the reduction in construction and operation costs, savings could also be generated by social and environmental benefits.
BIM strategy road map and current activities in Germany – Jan Tulke, Germany More information
BIM strategy road map and current activities in GermanyFollowing the action plan of the reform commission for major project since 2015 the German Government is implementing digital methods in the procurement of public construction projects. A strategic road map had been set up and a number of pilot projects have been conducted. From 2020 all new infrastructure projects will use BIM in design, construction and operation phase. For federal building projects of more than 5 Mio EUR there is a mandate to define a BIM strategy. In addition the coalition agreement of federal government defines the aim to further develop the BIM strategy for building and infrastructure sector. Therefore a national BIM competence centre is currently being set up to support public clients and authorities to implement this strategy
Jan Tulke, Germany
Defragmenting the Construction Industry Using a Digital Platform – Jaan Saar, Head of digital construction, Estonia More information
Defragmenting the Construction Industry Using a Digital PlatformThe Estonian government aims to triple the construction sector productivity by 2030. In order to speed up digital transformation the government has started developing the e-construction platform that will enable standardized, reliable and lossless information exchange between all stakeholders throughout the building lifecycle. An integral part of the platform will also be the “digital twin” – a holistic 3D digital model of the built environment. With the implementation of the e-construction platform we want to increase the efficiency and transparency of public process, make BIM “business as usual” and create added value from new digital products and services.
Jaan Saar, Head of digital construction, Estonia
BIM from the perspective of a dutch infrastructure owner – Benno Koehorst More information
BIM from the perspective of a dutch infrastructure ownerAsset owners require asset information for decisionmaking to manage the asset properly. When putting contracts on the market as is information need to be delivered to the project organisation. Both processes require up-to-date assetinformation. A fluid exchange of information between stakeholders and IT tooling requires open standards which are beneficial for all stakeholders. This presentation informs the audience about the achievements so far from the Netherlands and relevant international activities.
BIM Strategy in the Czech Republic – action plan until 2022, current outputs – Czech Standardization Agency14:30 – 16:30
Standard Forms of Construction Contracts – Lukáš Klee
Pilot projects and facility management – Tomáš Prokeš
Employer's information requirements – Josef Žák
Classification – common language – Jaroslav Nechyba
Perspectives of professional organizations at BIM in the Czech Republic16:50 – 17:50
Panel discussion – moderated by Jaroslav Nechyba
Ministry of Industry and Trade – Petr Serafín
Association of Building Entrepreneurs – Jiří Nouza
Czech chamber of authorized engineers and technicians active in construction – Jan Klečka
Czech BIM Council – Petr Matyáš
Road Contractors Association – Filip Kalina
Czech Association of consulting Engineers (CACE) – Ing. Ondřej Budík
Ing. Eduard Muřický
Square of Minister of Industry and Trade
Ing. Eduard MuřickýUntil 1994, Eduard Muřický worked at the Ministry of Economy in the Agency for the Development of Small and Medium Enterprises. He then worked in several management positions in the private sector, especially in the business area. First at Mediatel, in 2007 he joined JPS company as Product Manager. In 2008 he became Director of the Strategy and Trends Department at the Ministry of Industry and Trade, in 2012 Director of the Industry Section and on October 1, 2014 he was appointed Deputy Minister of Industry. He was reappointed to the position of Deputy Industry, Raw Materials and Construction Section on 1 February 2018.
Mgr. Lukasz Kryński
náměstek ministra pro místní rozvoj, Ministerstvo pro místní rozvoj
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Ing. Vladimír Dzurilla
Prime Minister Advisor for ICT and digitalization, Czech Republic, Chief Digital Officer
Ing. Vladimír DzurillaVladimir Dzurilla graduated from the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava, he also studied as an exchange student in the Netherlands and at the British Open University. After completing his studies, he worked at Accenture, where he started his career as a consultant for projects to exchange and implement large IT systems and to implement organizational and process changes in companies. These are still a topic of interest for him. His main areas of interest are transformation projects in the telecommunications, finance and government sectors. He also serves as an adviser to the General Financial Directorate and the Ministry of Finance. Since May 2016 he has been serving as a Chief Executive Officer for the State Treasury of the Shared Services Center, whose main task is the provision of ICT services to the state administration. Since February 2018 he serves as an advisor to the Prime Minister and is responsible as an IT agent for Digital Czech Republic.
Mgr. Zdeněk Zajíček
President, Information Technology and Telecommunication Association, Czech Republic
Mgr. Zdeněk ZajíčekZdeněk Zajiček is a politician, advocate, visionary and promoter of eGovernment. He also became the personality of the year of Czech e-government (ePersonality of eGovernment) for his overall contribution. Zdeněk Zajíček (President of the ICT Union) has recently been known for the enforcement of the Digital Services Right Act and for the deployment of eGovernment within various ministries, and has also contributed to the creation of the 202020 initiative.
Ing. Ivo Vykydal
Director of the Office of the Director of the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure
Ing. Ivo VykydalIng. Ivo Vykydal is currently Director of the Office of the Director of the State Fund for Transport Infrastructure. He leads the department, but also by methodical management of expert activities implementing SFTI; providing expert opinions on strategic project documents; supervision of pre-project and project preparation of transport structures financed by SFTI. His previous work experience in drawing funds at the Ministry of Transport or at České dráhy.
Mgr. Martin Kupka
Mgr. Martin KupkaDuring his studies at Charles University he worked as an editor and presenter of Czech Radio. From 2000 to 2002 he worked as a spokesman for the City of Prague. After a one-year break in the private sector, he returned to public administration as a spokesman for the Central Bohemian Region, where he was responsible both for communication with the public and for the presentation of the region in the field of tourism. In 2009 he worked as a spokesman and director of the Communication Department of the Ministry of Transport. As director of the media section and spokesman for the ODS, he participated in the parliamentary campaign in 2010. In June 2010 he became the spokesperson of the Czech government. After the victory of the ODS in the municipal elections in 2010, he assumed the role of mayor in Líbeznice. In autumn 2014 he was re-elected mayor of Líbeznice. In January 2014, he was elected deputy chairman of the ODS 24th Congress and defended his position at the beginning of 2016. He lectures at FSV UK.
deputy to Director of BIM Strategy Department, Czech Standardisation Agency
leader working group 01 – pilot projects, Czech Standardisation Agency
Tomáš ProkešTomáš Prokeš first met the term BIM six years ago as a Facility Manager in MAKRO ČR / METRO SK. There he provided 3D models of objects and adjacent plots using the 3D laser scanning method for interior parts of buildings and photogrammetry using drones for outdoor areas. Thus created 'reverse' BIM models can then serve for planning and simulation of future reconstructions and extensions. The model was also used in connection with other used software tools for more efficient property management. As part of his Facility Manager activities at Bureau Veritas, Tomáš Prokeš applied and further developed his experience with the BIM philosophy as a tool for sharing and efficient data management.
JUDr. Lukáš Klee, Ph.D., LL.M., MBA
leader working group 02 – Contracts and project management, BIM Strategy Department, Czech Standardisation Agency
CCConsulting s.r.o., Klee Consulting s.r.o.
JUDr. Lukáš Klee, Ph.D., LL.M., MBALukáš Klee is an expert in international construction contracts. He teaches at the Brno University of Technology and the Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague. He is an expert witness in the field of economics and supplier-customer relations in the construction industry. He regularly publishes in Czech and foreign media and he is the author of a number of books dealing with international construction contract law and FIDIC contractual standards.
Ing. Josef Žák, Ph.D.
leader working group 03 – Data and information standards, BIM Strategy Department, Czech Standardisation Agency
business unit representative in Skanska Global BIM Knowledge Group, leader department VDC
Ing. Josef Žák, Ph.D.Ing. Josef Žák, Ph.D. have published more than 70 articles in national and international journals and conferences in the field of civil engineering. Josef is a Civil Engineer specialized in Transportation and Structural Engineering and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) utilized for construction projects and associated business operations digitalization. He is working across range of projects in the Skanska which covers residential and commercial development and infrastructure projects. Josef is business unit representative in Skanska Global BIM Knowledge Group. Prior to joining the Skanska in 2016, he worked as software consultant for infrastructure projects with variety of design companies, developers and investors. Josef is also a lecturer at the Czech Technical University in Prague, member of national standardization bodies and member of European Committee for standardization (CEN) TC 442 WG03.
EU BIM Task Group Chair
Souheil SoubraDr. Souheil Soubra is Chair of the EU BIM Task Group (http://www.eubim.eu/). Souheil Soubra is an expert in Construction IT and BIM in particular. Main fields of interest include Simulation Environments, Building Information Modelling, Geographical Information management, Virtual and Augmented Reality. He is currently Director of Information Technologies at CSTB www.cstb.fr. He is an active member of Building Smart International and participates to various BIM related standardization bodies (PPBIM AFNOR, CEN TC 442, ISO TC 59 / SC13). He is the Scientific Advisor of the French governmental initiative “Digital Transition Plan for Buildings”. He is currently contributing to the French “Plan BIM 2022”. This plan was launched in January 2019 by the ministry of housing in order to prepare a large-scale deployment of BIM in the French construction sector.
managing director of planen-bauen 4.0 GmbH
Jan TulkeDr.-Ing. Jan Tulke is managing director of planen-bauen 4.0 GmbH, an initiative founded in 2015 to coordinate and support digital transformation in German’s construction sector. It is supported by 58 shareholders (professional associations and companies) representing industry’s whole value chain. In 2015, in a joint effort with experts from clients, industry and academia, planen-bauen 4.0 developed the strategic BIM road map. Since then it has a leading role in implementing BIM within public clients on federal and state level by providing consultancy services and supporting national and international standardization. IT also includes the development of advanced education programs for professionals, guidelines and supporting tools. Currently planen-bauen 4.0 is establishing the national BIM competence centre for the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) and the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community (BMI).
Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications
Head of Digital Construction
Jaan SaarJaan Saar has managed processes and IT in the construction industry for over 15 years. He joined the public sector in 2018 with the goal to digitally transform construction in Estonia. He is currently working on developing the 'e-construction platform' which will provide the digital infrastructure for collaborative data sharing and integrate innovative services related to the planning, design, construction and maintenance of built assets.
Senior advisor, Rijkswaterstaat - execution agency from the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Waterstaat