Michael Earley

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA)

BIM Manager

Michael is the BIM Manager with daa since 2019 and is a member of the digital transformation team responsible for the for the delivery of the Airport Capital Investment Programme CIP2020-24. Michael is responsible for the implementation of the BIM strategy and the integration of systems to ensure seamless transfer of information during the full life cycle of physical and digital assets. Part of the strategy is to deliver projects in accordance with ISO 19650 standards and utilise digital tools such as BIM 360, Autodesk Forge, ESRI GIS and Maximo to improve the quality of information that is used to design, construct, operate and maintain assets.

Prior to joining daa, Michael was an Associate Director at Scott Tallon Walker. Over the past 20 years, Michael has worked on numerous projects in Ireland, the UK and the Middle East including East Point Business Park, Aviva Stadium, King Saud University Sports Centre, University College London Proton Beam Therapy Centre, Queen’s University School of Biological Sciences, Trinity Business School and Ulster University.

As chair of the RIAI BIM Committee, Michael is responsible for the development of the RIAI BIM Pack which contains comprehensive advice notes and templates for procuring in BIM. Michael also a member of the NSAI Technical Committee which published the National Annex to ISO 19650.

Michael holds an honours degree in Computer Science from Trinity College Dublin and a Diploma in Architectural Technology from Dublin Institute of Technology.

 What to expect during the event

• BIM = Information Management.
• BIM starts with a client.
• Client information requirements must be clear and the same for all appointed parties with the same scope of works.
• The Appointing Party needs data to measure performance of portfolios and projects.
• BIM and Information requirements will fail without good execution.

Appointing Party (Client/Employer/Owner)


BIM in accordance with the ISO 19650 series

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