Global Business Development
Throughout his career Lewis has established a well-rounded understanding of design, construction, and operational requirements. Understanding the impacts across the business and supply-chain has enabled him to better define consistent, efficient, and cost-effective processes and technological solutions as the business or project requires. With experience spanning architectural design, project management, model coordination and BIM strategy, Lewis has developed a strong working knowledge of industry standards, guidance documentation and practical application, with a wealth of experience defining and implementing digital strategy, workflows, processes, standards, supporting documentation and templates within large infrastructure and aviation organisations.
What to expect during the event
The idea of a digitizing the design, construction and operations of airport facilities is rather loosely defined today by the aviation industry. This session will provide a greater understanding of how well-defined building information model requirements and virtual design and construction processes from capital programs can enhance both the delivery of airport facilities and their ongoing operations.
The focus of the session will detail Information Management best practice, and how common data environments have changed the delivery landscape for many airports around the world. Whilst enabling optimal collaborative workflows within a digital project delivery model for large capital investment programmes. The session will also describe how such delivery methodologies are a key enabler for the ‘Digital Twin’ era.
Digitalization of Project Delivery in Aviation