Committee

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Chair

Nigel Davies, Evolve Consultancy

Nigel has 20 years’ extensive experience within the AEC industry. Nigel has provided pivotal services to many high-profile clients, regularly presents to major conferences in the US/UK and features in industry press.

Committee

Andrew Coombes, Hampshire County Council

Chris Senior, Revit Factory

Chris Seymour-Smith, Nightingale Associates

Chris has over 25 years of experience in architecture, both on site and in the office.  20 of these were spent managing the CAD networks for some the largest practices in architecture.  Chris has a large amount of experience in setting company wide CAD standards, implementing change management and justifying & controlling company wide training programmes.

Chris Tate, BDP

David Light, HOK

Derek Murray, Mott MacDonald

Derek is a chartered civil engineer with over 10 years experience in civil/structural engineering and project management. Recently, Derek’s focus has moved to the use of information technology at Mott MacDonald. His team has a wide remit to address the use of project-based technology, such as processes for CAD and BIM, across a global consultancy.  Derek’s projects have included development and management of structural analysis, GIS and database software for civil engineering infrastructure and, as a member of Mott MacDonald’s CAD Working Group, he advises in-house teams on the application of company CAD standards.

Joe Stott, Aedas

Karen Fugle, Evolve Consultancy

Karen has over 15 years’ first-hand experience of modern construction data production and exchange practices through many BIM integration projects and company-wide training schemes. Karen is the editor of the CAD Manager resource site www.eatyourcad.com and hosts the UK and International CAD Manager Forums.

Michael Bartyzel, Buro Happold

Mike Farmer, Haskoll

Paul Woddy, RevitGuru

Paul joined the Revit Corp shortly after its European debut at release 2, following eleven years in Architecture and Structural Engineering. Continuing through the move to the Autodesk payroll, Paul developed a reputation across Europe, the Middle East and Africa as the Revit evangelist.

Now working as an independent BIM consultant, Paul is at the forefront of the move to BIM and acts as advisor to some of the largest design and construction companies in the world. Under the rather shy pseudonym Revit Guru, Paul is a popular trainer and speaker across the world as well as a magazine columnist for such publications as AEC magazine and Autodesk’s own Experience Building.

Ray Purvis, Atkins Global

Ray has over 25 years experience in the consulting civil/structural engineering industry, starting as a civil/structural engineering technician/designer. A driver for CAD continuous improvement/best practice and a keen co-ordinator, contributor to CAD technical forums and workgroups, Ray’s focus at Atkins is driving the Building Information Modelling (BIM) initiative.

Scott Grant, Excitech

From his original career in the architectural profession, Scott has over 10 years of experience in the implementation of various design & production solutions across all disciplines within the construction industry. He also retains detailed technical knowledge across various design platforms with a broad knowledge of processes, standards and skills development programmes for successful collaboration to recognised standards.

Steve Wright, Ramboll

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