Episode 25 of the ‘Changing Construction’ podcast, the podcast designed to help people in Construction address the big challenges they face and discuss the key themes across the industry, covers Information Management Delivery, focusing on the different phases of a building's lifecycle. Listen below or recap our previous episodes.
Recap our previous episodes from the 'Changing Construction' podcast here:
- Episode 1 with Vicki Reynolds about Women in BIM and digital strategies here.
- Episode 2 with Sarah Fox about Construction contracts and avoiding disputes here.
- Episode 3 with Rob Charlton on the business case for Digital Twins here.
- Episode 4 with Paul Wilkinson on the digitisation of Construction here.
- Episode 5 with Dan Rossiter on the 'Digital Fluency' challenges here.
- Episode 6 with Ben Channon on mental wellbeing in the industry here.
- Episode 7 with Jacob Wardrop on getting rid of your document management system when nobody uses it here.
- Episode 8 with Paul Shillcock on ISO 19650 and information management processes here.
- Episode 9 with Dame Judith Hackitt on safer buildings and the golden thread of information here.
- Episode 10 with Jo Dodds on employee engagement and personal productivity here.
- Episode 11 with Kjersti Lerkerod on handling disputes amid the coronavirus situation here.
- Episode 12 with Paul Johnstone on successfully bidding for contracts here.
- Episode 13 with Najma Dunnett on managing contracts and disputes in a pandemic here.
- Episode 14 with Jeames Hanley on the importance of a digital strategy in a pandemic here.
- Episode 15 with Matt Bennion on growing through lockdown here.
- Episode 16 with Ann Bentley on surviving and thriving out of a crisis here.
- Episode 17 with Casey Rutland on 15 minutes of fame for Digital Transformation here.
- Episode 18 with Adrian Hill on how procurement can have a positive effect on the road to recovery here.
- Episode 19 with Gavin Crump on accelerating BIM in Australasia here.
- Episode 20 with Saul Humphrey on managing a crisis from the board room here.
- Episode 21 with Elinor Moshe on how to stand out in a crisis here.
- Episode 22 with Dr Coenie Nel on personal development and the role of a Project Manager here.
- Episode 23 with Fred Mills on changing the perception of construction here.
- Episode 24 with Shelley Lawrence on women in construction here.
Episode 25: Martin Geach and Shahida Rajabdeen
- Information Management Delivery
Martin Geach and Shahida Rajabdeen share their thoughts with Mail Manager's Jacob Wardrop and Guy Seaward about the different perspectives on Information Management Delivery. We cover the different phases of a building’s lifecycle including things you already have, data disciplines, broadening beyond traditional BIM, and building value bringing the client along for the journey.
Martin leads Atkins Engineering Information Management Service Line, offering Client-side services which cover all phases of programme asset lifecycles. As a transformation specialist, Martin specialises in the development and support of new and innovative Information Management services to help Clients make sense of their capital and asset data requirements. Martin has experience leading capital delivery programmes BIM and Information Requirements for EDF Sizewell, United Utilities, Heathrow and the East Coast Digital Railway Programme.
Shahida is a RICS Certified BIM Manager and Chartered Surveyor with close to a decade of experience in Strategic Information Management advisory services. She leads the Information Management Service offering for Faithful+Gould and has over 13 years’ experience in project management, stakeholder management and transformation programme management in both the public and private sectors.
Shahida draws on a wealth of experience implementing Information Management and Modelling principles aligned to industry standards from whole life cycle perspective.
She is a contributor to the ISO 19650 guidance group and involved in various industry initiatives.
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