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Our flagship event designed to cater to the needs of those who design, build, operate and maintain our built environment. As an educational and networking event, BILT provides a variety of opportunities to learn and share, to probe and challenge, to listen and to be heard.
An exclusive event that brings together professionals in the Architecture and Engineering sectors responsible for managing and implementing design technology.
Aimed at students and educators, BILT academy is a one-day summit including Labs with exciting and interesting experts as speakers to provide the opportunity to discover the current state of the art practices and workflows in a multiple platform environment.
Director, Partnerships Region Chairman, ANZ
Chris recently joined Aurecon as Digital Practice Leader for the Defence sector. Chris’ role is to digitise engineering, technical and advisory offerings with client leaders and ensure digital ways of working are implemented for project delivery teams. He’s an advocate for better communication, data-savviness and value literacy in support of great outcomes in an ever-changing environment.
Prior to joining Aurecon, Chris worked for AECOM as a BIM Advisory leader, and prior to that, operated his own BIM consulting firm, assisting many firms in organisational change efforts, systems analysis and design, training programmes and project delivery.
He has worked on projects in Australia, Singapore and the United Kingdom, using his experience to develop systems and processes for numerous organisations. Chris desperately hopes to one day cease his involvement in extra-curricular activities… though hopes his BILT commitments aren’t among those.
AureconDirector, Partnerships Region Chairman, ANZ
Our team focuses end to end solutions to provide autonomation, workflows, and systems development for projects & organisations to increase productivity, eliminate risk and develop of complex construction solutions for our Design, Construction & Operate clients. Our key focuses are Digital Engineering, Data Engineering and Software Engineering from focused on the AEC space. From billion dollar large infrastructure BIM management to facility management Autodesk forge solutions to computational or data-driven design Autonomation offers a unique global perspective to provide advanced solutions to everyday problems. As a member of bad monkeys, Autonomation can connect you to a global team of professional businesses operation across the globe no matter where you are.
Bad MonkeysProgram Manager
Clay Hickling has been working with GHD for over a decade as an architectural and civil designer/documenter. GHD, being a multidiscipline Architecture and Engineering firm adopted Revit quite sometime ago. Clay is part of an internal development team coordinating the implementation of all the Revit flavours thru the various parts of the GHD business, his focus being Architecture. This entails training, development and technical support. Recently Clay was involved in the startup of a BIM user group called BrisBIM. With the motto of working smarter and not harder Clay enjoys sharing knowledge with others and enjoys the meeting people in the RTC community. Outside of this environment Clay spends as much time as he can on the golf course and riding the bike.
Ceilidh’s speciality is work – both the places we work and the way we work. She specialises in workplace strategy and design, delivering workplace projects from as small as 5 people through to upwards of 1000 people. She is involved across all project phases from proposal stage through to post construction. She also has experience across a wide range of sectors including government, laboratories, healthcare and transport. Outside of work, Ceilidh researches, writes and speculates on the future of work – both as a place and the processes of working within the AEC industry – and the impacts of technology upon both. You can find her writing at themidnightlunch.com. Ceilidh was an early adopt of Revit for interior design and is a well known presenter at RTC. You might also know her alter ego “Stu BIMinions”.
Nathan was told in his second year of Architecture school that his hand drawing was poor and that he needed to find a new way to present his ideas. He went away and taught himself ARCHICAD. Today he is considered one of the best users of ARCHICAD in the world. His philosophy is quite simple, when presented with a problem or a challenge he will find a way to overcome it and deliver an outcome that is superior to where he was before. He is skilled in learning new technologies and understanding quickly whether they can be applied in business to improve effectiveness and efficiencies of day to day operations. Nathan is highly driven and motivated to succeed. Primarily his focus is on client satisfaction. He achieves this through learning and understanding their key needs and working within budget constraints with his project team to deliver successful projects. His demonstrated achievements lead to him being offered an ownership position at Fulton Trotter Architects and the long-standing relationships he has maintained with clients with some that have lasted over 10 years. His interest in improving industry has seen him contribute through his involvement in numerous industry groups. His rare combination of technical and leadership skills have led to his role in developing an industry leading ARCHICAD template, launching an ARCHICAD user event and chair roles at BrisBIM and the ACA QLD | NT / AIA QLD BIM Taskforce. He also contributes to industry as a committee member of BILT ANZ. A testament to the level of respect he has in industry is the number of guests that have donated time to be guests on his latest BIM venture on his podcast, ‘The Digital Transition’
As the National BIM Manager at Jasmax, Melanie leads the strategic direction of BIM and ensures its integration in Jasmax projects. Melanie’s passion for developing systems and protocols to enhance the delivery of projects has aided the increased efficiency of BIM across the practice, and she generously extends her own knowledge back into industry. Based on her experiences and extensive BIM knowledge, Melanie has seen that the New Zealand construction industry can benefit significantly from the adoption of working in a collaborative BIM environment. She continues to be an active committee member on New Zealand’s regional BIM user groups, is on the NZIA BIM working group along with being a key contributor to the development of the New Zealand BIM handbook.
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