Integrating manufacture into the BIM Process

BIMobject and Majenta Solutions are proud to announce our first UK Conference where we will be discussing the importance of integrating manufacture into the BIM Process.

The event will give attendees real insight into the world of BIM and Digital Construction, and the roles manufacturers have to play on helping digitise the industry. The information provided by manufacturers is crucial to the industry and is changing how buildings are being designed, built, managed and maintained. This event has been designed to help manufacturers understand why their information is important and how this information can be delivered directly into the BIM processes.

Who Should Attend?

Building Product Manufacturers, Contractors and Owner Operators

Why Attend?

On the day we will have several industry-leading guest speakers, technology exhibits where you can experience Virtual and Augmented Reality, 3D Scanning and more, along with presentations from both BIMobject and Majenta.

There will also be a prize draw at the end of the day where each attendee will have the chance to win 1 of 2 Supercar Experiences at Silverstone, where you can drive the BMW M2, a Ferrari F430 Coupe and the BRAND NEW Aston Martin Vantages!


Alex Lubbock – Head of Digital Construction at Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA)

Alex works with departments on embedding BIM Level 2 and laying the groundwork for further digital adoption across the public sector. Previously Alex was head of BIM implementation for Carillion and he remains an advocate in the development of digital adoption across the industry.


Alex will be discussing, “Connecting Supply to Demand.”


Trudi Sully – Associate Director – Construction and Infrastructure at MTC

Trudi and her Team are currently working with industry partners, government departments and sector associations to translate manufacturing processes for construction applications.

The MTC develops and proves innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in an agile, low-risk environment. Operating some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment in the world, we focus on delivering bespoke manufacturing system solutions for our customers.

Trudi’s presentation will be titled, “Inspiring: Great British Manufacturing.”


Bill Price – Director of WSP UK

Bill worked on the Shard from design development to completion in 2012. Currently, Bill is delivering solutions for Network Rail and TfL, a major office and retail development at Paddington and a new stadium for Chelsea FC. Bill is responsible for the client management function within WSP, which involves driving connectivity and growth across disciplines and UK offices.

Bill will be discussing “Data, mapping and site finding in the rail environment.” Bill will discuss how homes and other mixed-use use regeneration can be enabled through the development of land over and around rail infrastructure. The opportunities for off-site manufacture, prefabrication and modularisation will be described together with the digital methods and systems which support this approach.


Richard Crosby – Director blacc Ltd 

Richard founded blacc Ltd five years ago to specialise in efficient Construction Management and Project Leadership of major projects. Blacc has successfully helped to deliver programmes such as the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and the Department for Education’s off-site component frameworks. Richard also sits on the government’s cross-departmental working group advising on off-site construction methods.

Richard will be discussing “Production led construction: Putting the theory into practice.”


David Jellings – UK Managing Director,

David is an internationally acknowledged authority on the integration and interoperability of construction processes. He provides businesses with the guidance necessary to develop effective BIM strategies from concept through to implementation. David is involved in a number of government committees relating to construction and is a Visiting Professor specialising in Building Information Modelling, at Birmingham City University. He is also an accomplished and respected speaker and has written and presented numerous papers, with topics including sustainable construction, the integration of ‘green’ technologies, open BIM and IPD.



Michael Schwartz – Sales Director: Nordics, Netherlands and UK

Michael has a background in Architecture & Building Design Technologies with more than 25 years of experience working in the AEC industry across the Nordics and Northern Europe territory, driving successful BIM strategy and implementation. Michael has been involved in a range of government initiatives driving BIM, legislation and the BIM Mandate.



Michael and David will be presenting the main topic of the UK Conference “Integrating Manufacture into the BIM Process.”


Matthew Jackson – Global Technical Director: Digital Buildings.

Matthew consults and manages developments and deployments of BIMobject Technologies to strategic accounts such as governments, design consulting firms, owner/operators and general contractors. Working for BIMobject since it was a start-up back in early 2014, Matt is currently based in Malmö, Sweden but spends about 50% of his time delivering solutions all over the world, notably London, Munich, Madrid, LA, Seattle, Tokyo, Singapore and Dubai. Prior to BIMobject Matt focussed on software specialisation and technical consultancy first working for an Apple company and then into working with Autodesk at the start of the UK BIM boom delivering BIM consultancy and solutions into a number of prestigious companies in and around London.


Ed Goksal – UK Solutions Specialist at BIMobject

As the UK Solution Specialist at BIMobject, Ed manages technical deployments of BIMobject technologies to accounts in the UK. Having begun his career as an FM Engineer in the Built Environment, working with private and public sector clients, he soon found an interest in smart buildings and has worked overseas in implementing tailor-made solutions. Since joining BIMobject last year, Ed has driven BIMobject’s Digital Building workflows across the spectrum of customers, implementing BIMobject technologies such as APIs and private clouds.

Ed and Matthew will be demonstrating the “Application of the BIMobject Eco-system.”


James Gregory – Digital Construction Country Manager at Majenta

James has been working with construction companies and professionals for the past 8 years; his passion and determination have delivered value-added solutions to companies at all levels across the construction industry, including Main Contractors, Principle Consultants, Architects, Structural Engineers, MEP Engineers and Building Product Manufacturers. James is adept at working across all verticals, communicating and working with a range of different clients with varying requirements.


James will be conducting the “Welcome” for the conference and will be introducing and hosting the event’s speakers.


Sam Lissaman – Digital Construction Account Manager at Majenta 

Sam’s role at Majenta sees him supporting businesses throughout the Construction Supply Chain to embrace the move towards BIM and Digital Construction. Sam also supports clients to understand how virtual reality and immersive technologies can be implemented and utilised by Construction Industry.

Sam will be discussing how he has seen clients meet objectives and overcome challenges by using the BIMobject platform. Sam will be making client references and sharing his insights.



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