Take advantage of Queensland’s billion-dollar industry.
Building Information Modelling and Intergrated Project Delivery
Ready to take advantage of Brisbane’s construction and infrastructure boom? Update your skills with Bond’s suite of Building Information Modelling (BIM) programs, now delivered in the heart of the Brisbane CBD.
BIM is a collaborative modelling process which assists construction professionals, engineers, and architects in designing, planning and managing major building and infrastructure projects.
Explore our suite of postgraduate programs, including a graduate certificate, graduate diploma and master's degree. We also offer a range of microcredentials that allow you the flexibility to specialise in a particular area of BIM whilst still receiving an official university transcript as well as credit points that can be put towards future study.
All BIM programs are delivered face-to-face from our Brisbane campus at 433 Boundary St, Brisbane. Find out more about our Brisbane location or contact the Office of Future Students for more information.
Do you have questions about Bond's BIM offerings in Brisbane? Contact our team and we will get in touch with you.
Stand out with a BIM qualification
Highly sought-after qualification
The Queensland government has committed to implementing the use of BIM on all major state projects by 2023.
Designed with industry
Our programs are designed to prepare you to serve the immediate and long-term needs of government and industry.
Aligned with buildingSMART
Our program components align with the BIM Framework of buildingSMART Australasia.
Flexible study delivery
With in-person workshops delivered in intensive mode, at our new Brisbane location.
Our programs evolved from extensive consultation and collaboration with industry professionals. You can feel confident that the knowledge you gain from these courses is current, relevant and in-demand.
All BIM programs will be delivered face-to-face from our Brisbane campus at 433 Boundary St, Brisbane. Find out more about our Brisbane location or contact the Office of Future Students for more information.
Our Building Information Modelling microcredentials are 3-day courses designed to suit the professional development needs of the AEC industry. The courses are also components of our Graduate Certificate and Master of BIM and IDP. Meaning that, in addition to gaining new specialised skills, you will earn Bond credits that can be stacked toward a formal qualification. Upon successful completion, you will receive a digital certificate and an official academic transcript. Our microcredentials allow you to enrol as a Bond student for one semester, attend classes in-person, collaborate, and learn in a highly interactive environment whilst gaining an authentic university experience
This innovative program has been informed by industry and constructed as a series of microcredentialed short courses to meet the demands of industry. It prepares consultants and contractors to comply with increasing Government demands for all future major construction and infrastructure projects to be delivered using modern Building Information Modelling within an integrated project delivery environment.
Building on the graduate certificate in this innovative program suite, the graduate diploma extends essential theory while reinforcing all learning with integrated practice in a studio-like learning environment. A substantial capstone project completes the learning experience and prepares students for employment in construction or infrastructure environments, where current government and industry attitudes are expected to result in increased demand for professionals with qualifications in BIM and IPD.
This one-year program begins with eight separate microcredentials subjects in important and in-demand aspects of Building Information Modelling, Lean Construction and Integrated Project Delivery, and engages students in a challenging capstone project to prepare them for careers as managers of the modern construction and infrastructure project design and delivery systems rapidly becoming mandatory on both government and major private projects.
Meet the BIM academic team
Our BIM programs evolved from extensive consultation and collaboration with industry professionals, and are taught face-to-face by skilled academics and industry leaders.
Dr Rosemarie Rusch
Dr Rosemarie Rusch is the coordinator of the Master of Building Information Modelling and Integrated Project Delivery programs at Bond University. In addition to her background as a drafting manager, building designer and project coordinator, she has over 6 years been a proofreader for the academic journal, the Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building. Rosemarie has a passionate interest in all things BIM and has built important relationship with leading practioners in the field in order to ensure that all learners on our BIM Microcredentials are exposed to the very latest insights in this very rapidly changing and enhancing set of technologies.
Joe has been working in the architectural industry for the past 18 years, and with Revit since version 8 (2005). He holds experience working on projects from $50k-$900Million and up to LOD 500 with 4D and 5D requirements. Joe has also completed multiple practice-wide Revit implementations, trained of over 200 users, and is a regular speaker at industry events including BILT, BIM NZ, BrisBIM, MelBIM, Autodesk University etc.
With over 15 years of experience, Pieter’s core skills include deep knowledge of planning, risk management, estimating, BIM/DE, agile project management and contract management on Major Projects and Portfolios for both Contractors and Owner Organisations. His industry experience spans from developing concept and feasibility studies to commissioning and project handover in the traditional construction, infrastructure and resource industries.
David is the President of buildingSMART Australasia. David was the founder of QSx Technologies and Mitchell Brandtman 5D Quantity Surveyors a firm that provides 5D Quantity Surveying and Construction Expert Opinion. He is also a member of the leadership committee for Collaborate-ANZ. With 34 years of industry experience (in building, civil, heavy engineering and resources) and a family background in construction consulting, he is known for approaching technology integration in a strategic and innovative way. He believes in open leadership, technology and the collective ability to create positive industry change. David’s BIM vision is to promote a holistic and in-depth understanding of BIM to shape opportunities for positive industry change.
Over the last 17 years, Toby has become an industry leader in Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Digital Engineering (DE) and intimately understands the challenges and opportunities facing large organisations when effectively implementing digital strategies. His experience working from Board and Executive level through to designers and software users ensures change management and business processes are linked across businesses and to organisational outcomes.
He advocates incremental development and implementation of technology-agnostic digital strategies at a pace that can be sustained financially, organisationally and by the workforce. Toby’s experience includes implementing BIM and DE at an organisational strategy and mega projects level, as BIM/DE has become operationalised by organisations for planning, design, construction and operational uses.
Cherie graduated with Honours in Law and Psychology at Bond University, and since then has practiced as a criminal and civil litigation solicitor, engaging in high-level litigation in all Queensland courts as well as the Family Court, the High Court of Australia, and superior courts of New South Wales. She has also conducted major criminal proceedings in the High Court of Hong Kong. Cherie has been lecturing and tutoring at Bond University for over ten years in Expert Witness and Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property Rights (Data Exchange), Evidence and Victimology.
Cherie currently works as a legal agent for victims of crime. In addition to her legal experience, she is an accomplished filmmaker, project manager, events coordinator and marketing consultant.