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Website – http://www.openwaterconsulting.co.uk
Journeyman architect and design manager, BIM champ and strategist, advocate/apologist for digital transformation and broader change, writer, blogger, lecturer, speaker, trainer and coach.
Baby boomer still on a mission and fully paid up member of the sandwich generation.
Qualified as an Architect in 1981.
Author of The Design Manager’s Handbook (Wiley Blackwell, published 2013), and the Construction Manager’s BIM Handbook, ( Wiley, 2016).
Over my life I’ve worked for several practices, public and private and also for myself, and lately 6 major contractors – now working freelance in BIM/digital, Design Management, work winning, strategy and process.
Also includes a year as a resident site architect and a year as a full-time specification writer. Made redundant 4 times. Currently on my nth career iteration – not bad for a baby boomer! That’s how I roll these days…
Started in construction design management 1997. Enjoy process and strategy, pre-construction, how people work together successfully or not, and like looking at future trends impacting the present.
Worked with Surrey SATRO and Class of Your Own, BIM Regions and the UK BIM Alliance.
Researching a PhD at Leeds Beckett University for the impact of BIM on the role of Design Management.
Enabler, writer, speaker, presenter, lecturer, at conferences, workshops and birthday parties and christenings.
See my website for my profile and for more information.
I am looking for new opportunities in Design Management, BIM/Digital, work winning and proposals support.
I am also available to talk about BIM, digital transformation, Level 2 and related subjects, just contact me via email@example.com
Any views, or opinions expressed are entirely my own (of course – who else?!!), and do not represent the policy or views of any of the organisations I am (or was) connected with. (again obviously…)
So may the BIM be with you. :o)
Live long and prosper.