Sunday 29 January 2023

LRUG Wednesday 15th February 2023 - Meeting


Below are details of the two talks for the first in-person meeting after the pandemic to be held on Wednesday 15th of February. This will be a combination of a physical and Teams meeting. It is sponsored by Kinship and we have two presentations.

The usual beers and pizzas will be served and we will have a new venue at the Lower Ground Floor level in our office at 17 Newman Steet. The event will start at 6pm, so registration from 5:30pm.

If you want to attend in-person the Eventbrite invitations will be sent out on Wednesday 8th & Thursday 9th February at 9am. They have now changed eventbrite and only 250 email invitations can be sent out per day and we have 500 people on the mailing list. 

As usual tickets based on a first come first served basis will be issued. There will be a waiting list, so if you grab a ticket and find you cannot attend surrender your ticket by logging into Eventbrite. 

Microsoft Teams meeting

Join on your computer, mobile app or room device Click here to join the meeting

Meeting ID: 340 525 804 481

Passcode: 28W4K7


Download Teams | Join on the web

Join with a video conferencing device

Video Conference ID: 128 909 240 8


Alternate VTC instructions Or call in (audio only) +44 20 7660 8311,,984502223#   United Kingdom, London

Phone Conference ID: 984 502 223#


Speaker: Oliver Thomas

Design Technology Manager at BIG


BIM @ BIG – The journey going from small to big, and how to re-saddle your BIM horse on the way


Olly will in this talk take us on the journey of BIM at BIG over the years, and how it’s been to re-saddle the whole BIM setup along the way, in a fast-paced design firm like BIG. Olly will be sharing some of the thoughts, steps & developments that were done to make this as smooth as possible, as well as some insights into the wider setup at BIG.


Speaker:  Gary Sprague

Co-Founder and CEO at Kinship


All in the family: Kinship and content management at scale


Gary will talk about who Kinship are and their experience with Revit and content, how Kinship got started, key approaches to good content management, what Kinship offers today and what’s coming.

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