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Going Digital - A best practice guide

Event organised by ICE

02 December 2021

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Digital transformation is the key enabler for businesses to make better decisions, improve processes, and apply technology more wisely to increase construction productivity and improve infrastructure performance.

Join us for this webcast as the ICE Data and Digital Community Advisory Board, together with Bluebeam, share a practical guide on how to go digital. Our expert panel will share digital transformation guidelines that can be applied and implemented to your business to help you create better and more sustainable project outcomes. Understand how to establish and track consistent data to enable target outcomes, ensure change management and buy-in to deliver digital success, and how to create an efficient common data environment. This webcast will provide you with critical take-aways and learnings to apply to your business.


James Chambers

James Chambers


director - global Industry development, build & construct division

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James Chambers

James has a unique background in software, technology and the AECO vertical markets spanning nearly 3 decades, all with a focus on growing and advancing our astonishing industry through digital adoption.

Currently, as Dir. Global Industry Development, for the Build & Construct division of Nemetschek, James is responsible for ensuring the global alignment and synergy of technology solutions, with the needs and values of the industry.

Previously, James was Bluebeam’s UKI+ Regional Director, where he drove commercial growth through the positioning and utilization of technology. James is an active member and participant with numerous industry affiliations and strategy advisory boards. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in 3D Design with Applied Mechanical Engineering from Sheffield Hallam University, UK. 

Mark Enzer OBE FREng

Mark Enzer OBE FREng

Mott MacDonald

strategic advisor

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Mark Enzer OBE FREng

Mark is a keen champion of digitalisation in the built environment, and he is particularly interested in outcomes-focused systems thinking, digital transformation, connected digital twins, data infrastructure, low-carbon sustainable solutions and the circular economy.   

Mark is a Strategic Advisor for Mott MacDonald and was previously the Director of the Centre for Digital Built Britain at the University of Cambridge, where he was the Head of the National Digital Twin programme.  Mark is one of the co-Chairs of the ICE’s ‘Data and Digital’ Community Advisory Board. 

For more information please contact:

Elena Arrobbio