Tilbury Douglas Construction Limited
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We are delighted to offer a very limited number of spaces to this special event at the new Digital Construction Building at New College Durham.
Our speakers from Tilbury Douglas and Ryder Architecture will overview the design of this building which successfully used BIM to design and collaborate. This will give you insight into current technologies.
We will then be given a special tour of the facilities which includes state of the art Virtual Reality, BIM and surveying equipment. This will highlight the potential of these technologies and give you a chance to try them yourself.
Spaces are strictly limited, and you are only asked to book if you plan to attend for catering and space restrictions.
There is plenty of parking on site, including some disabled spots close to the main building entrance. Note there are charging points on site. In the interests of carbon reduction please consider public transport options.
You are requested to arrive from 5:15 for a timely 5:30 start to allow you to sign in. We shall advise of any further arrangements in advance of the event for those who register.
Graham leads the BIM Academy team. BIM Academy was established in 2010 through a joint venture between Ryder Architecture and Northumbria University. Graham’s role is to steer the consultancy business and ensure it brings value to its founders and the wider industry. Graham’s role sees him responsible for leading strategy and implementation of digital transformation strategies specific to clients real needs. This goes beyond BIM, it is as much about the people as it is about the technology. He has over 10 years’ experience in construction and academia, also completing a PhD in early 2015.
Clive was the senior architect on the New College Durham, STEM Centre. Clive joined Ryder in 2015 and has since led a number of significant refurbishment and conservation projects, across a range of sectors in the north east and beyond. Clive has a passion for integrated project working and achieving greater collaboration across all disciplines. Before moving into architecture he worked for five years in the construction industry Northern Ireland and is a qualified tree surgeon.
This event is part of the annual Thomas Telford Prestige paper series, showcasing award winning papers from the previous year. This paper and Author won the Charles Manby prize at the ICE Awards Ceremony 2021.
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