We kicked off 2020 in style with a packed event all about BIM and Digital Standards on January 21st.  The venue was the Celtic Manor Golf Club and our speakers delivered engaging, informative and thought provoking presentations.

Speakers included Paul Wilkinson from the UK BIM Alliance who talked us through standards and how we got to where we are today with ISO 19650.  Nick Tune took us through the Atkins journey to ISO 19650 and our final speakers were Antony Brophy and Lewis Cullinane who shared their learnings on the Taff Vale project.

You can find all the presentations below.  Make sure you follow @UKBIMA_Wales on twitter to keep up to date.

BIM & Digital Standards – 21 Januray 2020


Our Leadership Team

Rhys Lewis

Empowering clients and stakeholders to create better experiences in design, construction and facilities management encourages better collaboration amongst teams resulting in more intelligent and useful assets.

Delivering innovative technology to the construction sector is something Rhys is passionate about and has a lot of experience in doing this successfully. His career has seen him embrace challenging roles with Europe’s largest Autodesk Reseller – Excitech, an Industry leading engineering firm – Arup and his now current role as Development Director for Revizto a Collaboration and Coordination technology developer.

Nick Tune

Nick is Digital Engineering Director at Atkins and chairman of Down to Earth Construction. He has a proven track record of digital innovation within the construction industry.

Nick has led the development and delivery of many digital services and products whilst at BRE as Group Director of Digital and Data and Director of BuildingSMART UK and is currently supporting the construction supply chain to share and utilise data via his tools at coBuilder. As a previous board member of buildingSMART International and exec member of the UK BIM Alliance Nick is an active supporter of the BIM delivery programme in the UK.

Antony Brophy

Antony’s innate passion for problem solving and making things led him to study Three-Dimensional Design, it was this designer/maker degree course that encouraged him to innovate and learn about technology, material science and manufacturing.

A pragmatic innovator with 26 years’ combined experience within the construction and building services industry enables him to engage this passion in his current role as Senior Digital Manager for Willmott Dixon. Delivering digital transformation, empowering people to think differently and work in new ways, providing people with the right tools for the task in-hand and assist with better informed decision making

Lewis Cullinane

Lewis (IEng ACIBSE) is the National BIM Manager at Hydrock Consultants, having worked for 3 years at Hydrock and at Arup prior to joining Hydrock. Lewis is responsible for the implementation of Building Information Modelling on all projects within the Building Performance Engineering group in Hydrock, and has been key to developing the standards, protocols in BIM along with our authoring software within the group, through applying his knowledge and experience to help deliver the best value for the companies clients. His involvement in the group has extended to chairing the Hydrock BIM Steering Group, to further embed digital transformation and innovation into the company.

Dan Rossiter

Chartered Architectural Technologist Dan Rossiter is an active supporter of the built environment at the national and international level. Nationally, Dan provides digital transformation thought leadership at the British Standards Institution and is an ambassador for the UK BIM Alliance. Internationally, Dan contributes to buildingSMART working groups and convenes CEN and ISO terminology working groups.

All of Dan’s knowledge and expertise is applied to his award-winning blog “There’s No BIM Like Home”. Where the full information management process was applied to his own mid-terrace home in South Wales; practicing what he preaches through a transparency, plain language and engaging example.