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Neil Carter

Corstorphine & Wright

Head of Digital

Neil carries a wealth of knowledge in the digital construction arena, spanning over thirty-five years. His career has seen him serve in leadership roles within notable UK practices and he was instrumental in launching Revit in the UK market, a feat that preceded Autodesk's acquisition of the software.
Known for his expertise in digital construction consultancy, Neil has rendered his services to several UK architecture practices. His advisory role has seen him guiding elite digital teams in the areas of technology, building information modelling (BIM), and data management, driving significant revenue growth for these establishments.
In his current role, Neil is set to transform the design process, devising a novel and systematic approach to enhanced digital information management aimed at optimizing business outcomes. His vision will be interwoven with the business objectives and philosophy of Corstorphine & Wright, setting the stage for the seamless integration of BIM and digital construction into the very fabric of the organization's culture.

 What to expect during the event

From digital twins to Ai and machine learning to Robot dogs, technology is making a big impact in the Architecture, engineering and construction industries, but it’s easy to forget the important things and get carried away. In this session we will stress the importance of why quality control, quality assurance, model health and best working practices are essential in ensuring successful project delivery. Your Digital Twin cannot perform optimally with missing or incorrect data. In this presentation we will review some of the strategies and tactics for ensuring your models are kept in good health and are compliant with project standards. • We will review key areas that should be included as part of your regular health check and auditing processes. • We will take a look at specific issues like Revit Warnings, which are critical to model health. • What tools are available to assist with these processes.

Quality Control and best practices for successful project delivery

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