• Morag Angus

    Chief Surveyor, Head of SPCD Property Division The Scottish Government

    Morag Angus is Chief Surveyor at the Scottish Government and heads a team of experienced Chartered  Surveyors advising Ministers, policy-makers across the public sector and public bodies on property matters. Morag joined Scottish Government four years ago and is Head of Profession for Chartered Surveyors in Scottish Government. She has extensive public sector experience and has also worked with a number of third sector bodies. She co-wrote a Guide for Landowners on leasing to community bodies in Scotland, sits on the Scottish Government Place Board and is qualified in writing and reviewing business cases. Morag jointly regulates the SG  Property Controls  and is a Gateway Reviewer. She has been a Chartered Surveyor for over 20 years. Property Division gives high-quality professional property advice on a wide range of issues including acquisitions, asset management, disposals, and property policy  across the public sector and manages the Scottish Government’s own estate.

    Morag Angus

    Sessions with Morag Angus:

    • Overview from The Scottish Government

      Using digital technologies to improve the quality of our built environment

  • David Philp

    Global Director of Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Main Information Contracting (MIC) consulting AECOM

    David’s enthusiasm lies in highlighting the potential of new technologies and how we interact with them to bring added value to our customers and unlock new ways of working throughout the entire life-cycle. David is passionate about our industry and perceives BIM as being a catalyst for reform.
    An early adopter of practical change and purposeful collaboration, he is Global Director of Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Main Information Contracting (MIC) consulting for AECOM, the global, fully integrated services firm. He was seconded into the UK BIM Task Group as Head of BIM in 2011 and is also now also Chair of the Scottish Future Trust’s BIM Delivery Group.
    A Fellow of the RICS, CIOB and ICE he has completed the Virtual Design and Construct at Stanford University, CA. and is a Professor at Glasgow Caledonian University. David is also Chair of the BIM4 community.

    David  Philp

    Sessions with David Philp :

    • Digital Built Britain

      A new generation of Smart Infrastructure and Cities

  • Dr Claire Penny

    Global Leader for Watson IOT for Buildings IBM

    Claire is a member of the extended leadership team in the IBM Watson IoT business unit. She has a record of successfully converting innovation projects into commercialized revenue generating products, and, for driving results across matrixed global teams. She is renowned for her passion, getting things done, love of evangelizing, and sharing IBM capabilities with internal and external audiences. She attained her PhD in 1998.
    Claire is the Global Leader for Watson IOT for Buildings. Claire gets to combine all her passion, experience and learning from the past 17 years and focus it into IOT for Buildings and Retail, focusing on the operational phase of a building. This combination means that she can add value to customers, whilst working and collaborating with brilliant teams, to develop and deliver cognitive building solutions. In this role, Claire is also driving IBM’s thinking and vision to strategically shape IBM’s Buildings and Retail cognitive (IOT) solutions, which are helping clients to drive operational efficiencies, cost savings and even generate new revenue streams.
    She regularly shares her knowledge and passion through public speaking, publications and social media activities. Delivering presentations on topics such as Cognitive Buildings, IoT, BIM, IWMS, Energy Optimisation and Environmental Affairs.
    Not one to sit still even after hours, Claire’s external commitments include:
    • Chair of the CitA BICP (BIM Innovation Capability Programme) Client BIM Task Group,
    Ireland (Jan 2016 – present)
    • Non-executive Director of WEEE (Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) Ireland, (2005
    – present)

    Dr Claire Penny

    Sessions with Dr Claire Penny:

    • Cognitive Buildings, IoT and Energy Optimisation in the Built Environment

  • Colin Hastie

    Director Bruach Design and Consultancy

    Colin is an Owner and Director at the architecture and BIM consultancy firm Bruach Design and Consultancy Ltd.  He is an experienced architect, contract administrator and lead consultant, with a considerable knowledge of the built environment and delivering construction projects.  Colin also has experience of implementing BIM within organisations, providing guidance on the required standards, and delivering training, support and ongoing consultancy and advice to a range of construction clients, contractors and consultants.  Colin is an member of the RIBA, RIAS, ARB, is a BIM Member of the BRE Academy, and was one of the first people in Scotland to be recognised by the BRE as a “BIM Certified Practitioner”, specifically in Project Information Management.  He also lectures on the Built Environment at City of Glasgow College, and is an examiner for the Scottish Professional Architect Examinations operated by APEAS. 

    Colin Hastie

    Sessions with Colin Hastie:

    • BIM for Housing and Small Projects

  • Graham H Stewart

    MSc EngTech MICE TIStructE Digital Director Digital Guerrilla Consultancy Ltd

    With 30 years in the construction industry, Graham has always been interested in technology and software, from AutoCAD back in the early 90s to full 3d modelling in the 00s. Over his career, Graham has worked all over the world on some iconic projects ranging from loft conversions in Glasgow to multi-Billion dollar convention centres & 800ft high towers in the Middle East.

    For the past 5 years Graham was UK Head of BIM at Ramboll, responsible for Integrated Business Technology and part of the management team streamline BIM across the global business. Sharing knowledge and experience has always been something Graham has been passionate about which resulted in him going back university to study the UK’s 1st Building Information Modelling Management MSc course at Middlesex University, with his final Thesis on how BIM can assist in the assessment of Project Complexity.

    Now Graham has set up Scotland’s 1st Digital Information Management Consultancy to help Scottish Clients understand what potential business outcomes and benefits can be gained through the use of BIM and Digital Technologies.

    Graham H Stewart

    Sessions with Graham H Stewart :

    • Interactive Expert Panel Discussion on the Future of Digital Built Scotland

      The Immediate Future of Digital Construction, Smart Cities and Digital Transformation

  • Robert Hine

    Head of Commercial Engagement BSI Group

    Rob has been with BSI for 25 years. In his varied career he has chaired summit conferences between the European Commission and the Chinese Government, presented globally on product approval processes and represented the UK on technical committees in the development of key European and British Standards. Rob has recently been involved in the development of product approval processes for construction products in the Middle East, and enables construction companies and those who procure their products and services to realise the true value of certification and the BSI Kitemark.

    In his current role he enables organizations to become more resilient, to anticipate, prepare for and respond to sudden and incremental change in order to survive and prosper.  BIM is one example, sitting firmly on this agenda at both a National and International level.

    Robert Hine

    Sessions with Robert Hine:

    • BIM and Digital Transformation- Meeting the standards and improved outcomes across the Public Sector

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07 February 2018 Strathclyde University Technology and Innovation Centre Cowcaddens Road Glasgow - G4 0BA

BIM & Digital Transformation Scotland 2018

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