The Digital Construction Summit brought together 150 professionals from across the construction professionals with responsibility for driving BIM and digital innovation in their organisations.
Leading clients, contractors, architects, consultants and suppliers discussed their progress towards achieving the Government’s BIM Level 2 mandate and ultimate goal of a digital built Britain.
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Digital technology transforming the built environment
David Philp – Global BIM/IM consultancy director, Aecom
The Transforming Construction Challenge
Sam Stacey – Head of the Transforming Construction Challenge, UK Research and Innovation
The government view on construction’s digital progress
Alex Lubbock – Head of digital construction, Infrastructure & Projects Authority
What digital service offering do customers want from their customer?
Garry Fannon – Head of digital, Willmott Dixon
How digital is transforming reinforced concrete design
Jason Colcombe – Product specialist, CADS Software
A digital built environment: Why, how and what?
Paul Surin – Global lead for BIM and digital construction, IBM
The Digital Twin: Why, what and how
Richard Saxon – Associate director, Deploi BIM Strategies
Digital records post Hackitt – the ‘golden thread’
George Stevenson – Founder and managing director, ActivePlan
Managing risks through the ‘golden thread’
Anne-Marie Friel – Partner and digital specialist, Pinsent Masons
Product data: The foundations of a digital built Britain
Alex Small – BIM and digital platforms manager, Tata Steel
Automated design + delivery: A ‘platform’ approach to DfMA
Jaimie Johnston – Head of global systems, Bryden Wood
Creating value for clients through technology
Andy Smith – Partner and senior manager, John Lewis Partnership Property & Development