Joshua Lumley

Pedersen Read
BIM Specialist / API Developer

Joshua started writing codes at the age of 10 (on an Amstrad). He has 20+ years of experience with BIM software such as AutoCAD and Revit.

On same year as the Christchurch earthquakes (2010) he joined the Pedersen Read Electrical Engineers – a small firm often requires members to play many roles. For Joshua it is that of a BIM Specialist/ API developer and includes modelling electrical, communications & security systems as well as developing proprietary Revit API add-ins and in-house software with SQL server while maintaining Microsoft Power Apps.

Previously employed at Dynamic Controls in Christchurch for 12 years as a CAD Technician and a Lotus Notes Database Developer.

Educated at Ara Institute of Technology and Christ’s College.

Fun Facts:

Joshua once lost 11 kilograms of weight in just 6 weeks by eating only potatoes.

He also tried to become a comic book artist at 17 even though an advisor told him he was good at programming.

My Speakers Sessions

  • Friday, 11 March, 2022
    • BILT ANZ 2021, Sydney (March 2022) | Workshop: Health and Safety Risk Assessments with 4D BIM
      Joshua Lumley, Pedersen Read
      Pre-Design, Design, Construction
      BILT
      Project Controls
      Autodesk

      Synopsis:

      In this workshop we will perform Health and Safety Risk Assessments on a 4D BIM model set to a particular phase of construction (featuring machinery and workers).
      No BIM experience is required. This workshop is aimed at people in the construction fields as well as architects & engineers.

      The diagnostic tool we’ll be using is a collection of triangular Hazard Symbols that show pictorial representations of potential hazards e.g. Excavation, Working from Heights, Live Wires, Mobile Plant.
      The primary learning outcome of this session is to promote 4D BIM enabled Health and Safety…not as a chore, or a checkbox to ticked, but rather as a commitment to the safety of your team.
      4D-BIM (the addition of time to a 3D model) allows us to perform Health and Safety Risk Assessments with more accuracy.

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