14 Building Information Modelling professionals have been announced for the team and are active members starting today. BIM2050 is a group that will regularly meet to discuss current BIM trends and “develop a culture which enables a digitally integrated approach to positively impact our built environment”.
The second alliance of young architectural, engineering and construction professionals are made-up of contractors, engineers, information managers, landscape architects, legal professionals and surveyors, ensuring a wide variety of expertise is brought to the proverbial table.
The new line-up is as follows: Tom Bartley (ICE); Sarah Birchall (BSRIA); Bobby Chakravarthy (APS); Henry Fenby-Taylor (LI); Adam Golden (ICES); David Knight (IstructE), Alex Lubbock (CIOB), Alex MacLaren (RIBA), Mac Muzvimwe (RICS), Charlie Murray (CIBSE); Daniel Rossiter (BRE, CIAT); Ryan Tennyson (CIAT); with Will Hackney (CIOB) and Dwight Wilson (CIBSE) as acting stand-ins.
Discussing her appointment as a member on the committee, Sarah Birchall said: “CIC BIM 2050 Group offers an opportunity to make a change in the construction industry. We need to deliver better assets that are energy efficient, effective and reduce the amount of CO2 emissions we are emitting into the environment. Being part of this group is an exciting challenge for me and I look forward to getting started.”
Some of the enthusiastic new BIM2050 names took to social media to discuss their newly-determined status. Take a look at our feed below.
— Dan Rossiter (@DRossiter87) February 5, 2015
— David Knight (@furnivalknight) March 26, 2015
"@BIM2050: To all new BIM2050ers, what's your vision for construction?" Open data, democratisation of planning and BIM to GIS connections
— Henry Fenby-Taylor (@spudule) March 25, 2015
time for some serious forward thinking! I've been accepted as a new BIM2050 Group member. Privileged & very excited…@BIM2050
— RyanT (@tenny_RT) February 6, 2015
— Stefan Mordue (@StefanMordueNBS) March 25, 2015
Just received confirmation that I will be part of the @BIM2050 group. Looking forward to pushing the industry forward and into the future!
— Tom Bartley (@Tom_Bartley) February 5, 2015
Take a look at our image gallery below to visualise some of the new faces, with social media information available where possible.