“BIM is the first truly global digital construction technology and will soon be deployed in every country in the world. It is a 'game changer' and we need to recognise that it is here to stay - but in common with all innovation this presents both risk and opportunity.” - Patrick MacLeamy - CEO of HOK
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GRAHAM H STEWART
MSc EngTech MICE TIStructE
Digital Director @ Digital Guerrilla
With nearly 30 years in the construction industry, Graham has always been interested in technology and software, from AutoCAD back in the early 90s to full 3d modelling in the 00s. Over his career, Graham has worked all over the world on some iconic projects ranging from loft conversions in Glasgow to multi-Billion dollar convention centres & 800ft high towers in the Middle East.
For the past 5 years Graham was UK Head of BIM at Ramboll, responsible for Integrated Business Technology and part of the management team streamline BIM across the global business. Sharing knowledge and experience has always been something Graham has been passionate about which resulted in him going back university to study the UK’s 1st Building Information Modelling Management MSc course at Middlesex University, with his final Thesis on how BIM can assist in the assessment of Project Complexity.
Now Graham is setting up Scotland’s 1st Digital Information Management Consultancy to help Scottish Clients understand what potential business outcomes and benefits can be gained through the use of BIM and Digital Technologies.
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