Speakers

  • James Dearsley

    Digital Transformation Specialist

    James  Dearsley

    Sessions with James Dearsley :

    • The future is bright.. and complex

      Where will BIM sit in a world of blockchain, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing?

  • David Carson

    Preconstruction Director BAM Construction

    David Carson is the Preconstruction Director at BAM in the Scotland region and is responsible for the implementation of digital construction within the region. In his 35 years of experience with BAM he has been at the forefront of our use of digital tools in the region, having adopted the use of Revit and Navisworks since the mid 90’s. He has helped our teams use digital tools to assist in the delivery of iconic projects such as the Glasgow Museum of Transport, Connect110ns Office Development at Queen Street in Glasgow and more recently the V&A Museum in Dundee. He is passionate about the tangible benefits that digital construction tools can bring to our industry and is always looking for new ways of working which will drive efficiencies within our business.

    David Carson

    Sessions with David Carson:

    • Case Study – Use of digital technology to successfully deliver the V&A project at Dundee.

      The buildings complex form and method of construction meant that the use of digital tools was vital to allow us to overcome the construction challenges to successfully achieve the clients visions for the project which was delivered on budget and on time.

  • Liss C. Werner

    Architect and Assistant Professor in Computational Architecture and Cybernetics, Department of Sustainable Urban Design and Planning, Institute of Architecture and Lab Leader of the CyPhyLab Technical University Berlin

    Liss C. Werner is an architect. She is the founding director of Tactile Architecture, Berlin, Assistant Professor and LabLeader of the CyPhyLab at TU Berlin. Werner’s lab is funded through European research funds. It focuses on the integration of cybernetics, sensoric, data, advanced material and production technologies into architecture. Her work results cyber-physical architectural products triggering architecture’s new challenges through a theoretical and practical discourse. Here Werner developed the concept of the Closed-Loop Digital Design Process (CLDDP).
    Werner has practiced in the UK, Russia, Australia and Germany. She has taught and lectured internationally since 2003 at e.g., MIT, CalArts LA, Texas Tech University, Cooper Union, Nottingham Trent, Graz University, Bauhaus University Weimar, ESARQ Barcelona and DIA Dessau, where she ran the master studio Codes in the Clouds (2010-16). She acted as visiting Professor at Carnegie Mellon University in the US and honorary Professor at Taylor’s University in Malaysia. is the editor of Cybernetics: state of the art and [En]Coding Architecture, author of Architectural Ecologies, On Buildings that compute, Origins of Design Cybernetics to name but a few articles and book chapters. She is a specialist on the cybernetics of Gordon Pask.
    Her current work engages with IoT based urban interventions as medium between the real and the virtual, material and immaterial and the question of space and cyberspace. Werner was educated at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, University of Westminster and RMIT in Melbourne.
    Since 2018 she is H2020 Expert Evaluator for Research and innovation grant applications for the European Commission.

    Liss C. Werner

    Sessions with Liss C. Werner:

    • If buildings could compute

  • Anne Kemp

    Chair UK BIM Alliance

    Anne has been working in the industry for 25 years, delivering information to where it is needed for informed and intelligent decision making. She is Director and Fellow at Atkins for BIM Strategy and Implementation. She has been with Atkins for 19 years, where she first introduced GIS to the business, and has acted as advisor to a wide range of projects, ranging from contaminated land to large data management projects. Having served two years as Chair for AGI, Anne is now Vice Chair of Building Smart UK and Chair of ICE’s BIM Action Group and BIM4Infrastructure UK. She has been part of the UK Government BIM Task Group helping the departments to implement BIM, in particular HA and EA, and has just graduated as prizewinner for her MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change at Henley Business School, where her research focused on enabling sustained collaborative working across the infrastructure industry.

    Anne Kemp

    Sessions with Anne Kemp :

    • Facilitating the drive to digitally transform the industry through education, leadership and focus

      update coming soon

  • David Philp

    Global BIM/MIC Consultancy Director, AECOM

    David’s career spans over some 25 years where he has worked for some of the construction industry’s leading contractors and consultants. After graduating with a degree in Building Engineering and Management he joined Balfour Beatty as an Engineer spending much of his early years setting-out, planning and manging specialist sub-contractors before progressing to Director of Technical Services and subsequently BIM Programme Director.

    During this same time David gained an MSc in Property & Construction Management (Distinction) and University Medal winner as well as Virtual Design and Construction certification from Stanford University, California.

    He was seconded into the Cabinet Office as Head of BIM Implementation and has been part of the UK BIM Task Group helping UK Government realise their Building Information Modelling (BIM) strategy.  He is currently part of the UK Governments Digital Built Britain (DBB) team and also Chair of the Scottish BIM Delivery Group through the Scottish Futures Trust delivering the BIM requirements of the Scottish Government.

    David is employed by AECOM the multinational engineering firm as Global BIM/IM Consultancy Director helping clients around the globe achieve better outcomes through digitised and innovative approaches to the asset life-cycle.

    In addition to being a Trustee, Fellow and Ambassador of the CIOB he is also a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineering, Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and the Institute of Civil Engineering Surveyors.

    David is recognised as one of the global leaders on BIM and digital asset management strategies and has delivered same all around the globe including current commissions  in Singapore. 

    David  Philp

    Sessions with David Philp :

    • Morning welcome from the conference chair

    • Chair's closing remarks

  • Paul Dodd

    Head of BIM programme Scotland, Scottish Futures Trust

    Paul Dodd

    Sessions with Paul Dodd:

    • The vision & journey to tomorrows digital infrastructure

      Charting the achievements, analysing the findings, and mapping the themes for the future of BIM in Scotland.

  • Chris Hughes

    Associate Architect Building Design Partnership

    Chris  Hughes

    Sessions with Chris Hughes :

    • Case Study - Edinburgh St James is currently one of the most significant regeneration projects taking place in Europe

      Utilising a Common Data Environment and BIM work-flows to transition from Design Intent, to Specialist Subcontractors Developed Design proposals, ultimately driving an offsite manufacturing process from a single dataset.

  • Adrian Shilliday

    Technical Director, BIM Leader, Galliford Try

    Adrian  Shilliday

    Sessions with Adrian Shilliday:

    • Case Study- Integrating lessons learnt from trial level 2 projects

      Delivering Level 2 can seem to be daunting, this case study looks at the West Calder High School trial Level 2 project. Exploring how to deliver usable FM date, successful outcomes and taking simple steps into future projects.

  • Ryan Tennyson

    Associate / Chair WSP / BIM Supplier’s Group Scotland

    An Associate and Digital Construction Specialist at WSP with over 16 years’ industry experience within Architecture, BIM and Information Management.
    Ryan has extensive experience providing BIM consultancy and Information Management services across the UK to a range of public and private sector clients.
    Within Scotland he chaired the Construction Scotland BIM Suppliers Group and is a UK BIM Alliance Regional Champion.

    Ryan  Tennyson

    Sessions with Ryan Tennyson:

    • Case Study - BIM for digital asset management in Scotland’s public sector.

      Tailored BIM strategies for Health Facilities Scotland (HFS) and a new Hub South East secondary school which will deliver digital asset information for operational maintenance and lifecycle management.

  • Gary Kelly

    Account Manager Scotland Leica Geosystems

    Gary has been at Leica Geosystems for 10 years, starting as technical sales and is now responsible for delivering the full product portfolio for Scotland.
    A graduate of the University of Glasgow with over 18 years industry experience in surveying and surveying practice.  Gary worked around the world on many surveying projects prior to joining Leica Geosystems and has gone on to offer innovative and leading measurement solutions where industry requires on many different surveying and engineering projects. 

    Gary  Kelly

    Sessions with Gary Kelly :

    • Interactive masterclasses & workshops - Collaborative reality capture for BIM

  • Jonathan Moore

    Head of Construction Procurement & Commercial Policy, Procurement Development & Construction Reform Division, Scottish Procurement Directorate

    Jonathan  Moore

    Sessions with Jonathan Moore:

    • Opening Keynote by The Scottish Government

      The role of BIM within construction procurement & performance. The success of BIM and how it can be integrated with other national challenges and opportunities.

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07 February 2019 Strathclyde University Technology and Innovation Centre 99 George Street Glasgow - G1 1RD United Kingdom

BIM Scotland 2019

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