Engineering with an electrical bias, building services design, and information management
Described as “one of the most experienced and knowledgeable engineers in the field of BIM design.”
Member of BIM UK Alliance technical panel, Co-Author of UK BIM Alliance of Guidance Part 3, Edition 2 – BS EN ISO 19650 Operational phase of asset lifecycle
Fascinated by the technology, strive for continuous improvement and possible gains by the implementation of R&D strategy and training.
BIM and Digital Construction
Hospital, Sport, Educational, Office & Data Centre
CIBSE & Building guides/regulations
RIBA Stages of work
BSRIA Design Framework for Building Services
redundancy N+ systems
The Golden Thread of Information
Digital Engineering (BIM) management processes
In-depth knowledge of BS EN ISO 19650 Framework
Automation of design processes using tools such as: REVIT, BIM360, BIMTrack, Dynamo, Dalux, and more
An engineer by degree, with in-depth knowledge of the industry, gained on-site, super dad by nature, passionate for technology and innovation, and happy to help construction professionals at all levels of experience for the successful implementation of BIM in construction projects.
BIM Ambition - Add value
My aim is to challenge the construction industry professionals to add value relevant to the current and future industry state. Strive to develop the ability to reach maximum potential and expand forms of knowledge and experience about the AEC industry
Determined to be the best in advancing engineering and design practices and supporting everyone who needs support with integrity. To achieve this, you can rely on my committed to the highest standards of BIM design and engineering
Information requirements for the delivery or operational phase of an asset include organisational, asset, and project information requirements.
The Appointing Party shall provide all asset and project information required for asset management and project delivery through sets of exchange information requirements (EIR). Incorporate them into project-related appointments or instructions and pass them down the supply chain.
The EIR includes three main areas: