Andrej Mocicka

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Bridging the gap between BIM and Survey

Andrej Mocicka, Business Development Manager – LISTECH Pty Ltd


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5 Things You Will Learn

  1. What is a BIM?
  2. Who uses it?
  3. Where are they used?
  4. What the benefits are of a BIM
  5. How do Surveyors work with it?

Target Audience

Surveyors, Engineers, Architects, Designers

Presentation Overview

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a relatively new technology that was first floated in the mid 70’s. This technology is now gaining momentum and has been successfully adopted in many building lifecycle projects around the world.  This presentation will broadly outline what is BIM and how, where, when and why BIM is used. Explaining how cost, time and project complexity are well recognised as being major components of a construction project, with accurate spatial location also being fundamental to BIM.   As the recognised spatial data professionals, the roles of surveyors in the BIM will be explained, detailing how surveyors work and interact with the various professions involved in the BIM lifecycle.

Surveyors need to work and interface with the various BIM systems using their highly specialised equipment, software and expertise. To this end, this presentation will also outline how this can be achieved using the latest geospatial solution offered by LISTECH NEO.  NEO seamlessly transfers information to and from GIS (ESRI, MapInfo), BIM (IFC/IFCzip), AutoCAD, MicroStation, Google Earth, Field Surveying Instruments, XML, LISCAD, plus many other systems, making NEO extremely versatile for working with and interfacing data between the field, office and customers.  Information collected in the field, or obtained by other systems can be reduced, enhanced, manipulated or created using the many surveying computations functions of NEO. This information can then be seamlessly transferred to surveying field sensors for setout purposes such as: construction/building setout (BIM), land parcels (GIS) as well as transfer to other systems for many other purposes.


Andrej has been involved in the Surveying Industry since 1979. He started at the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works (Board of Works).  He was involved in a variety of survey activities from Minor and Major Construction, Geodetic, Cadastral, Topographic to name but a few.   In 1983 he undertook the Bachelor of Applied Science (Surveying) at the RMIT.  Upon completing the course (with Distinction) in 1986 he commenced a Post Graduate course in Land Data Management at the RMIT University.

Andrej has  also been involved in a diverse range of activities such as, Property Evaluation and Computer Administration and Management.   He then commenced employment with TOPCON Australia in 1991 becoming the state manager for Victoria and Tasmania.  In 1995, Andrej then commenced work with LISTECH.   Andrej has also had a long and active association with the Surveying Industry on a professional level, being on the committee of the Institution of Surveyors Victoria Division from 1992 to 2003. He served as President of the division in 2000 and became a Fellow of the Institution of Surveyors Australia in 2001.  Andrej is currently on the National and Victorian SSSI Land Survey Commission.