|Dublin Times||Speakers||Presentation title|
|09:30-09:35||Chair: Alan Hore, TU Dublin & CitA||Opening Address|
|09:35-10:00||Saoirse Colgan, Enterprise Ireland||
Business Readiness for Digital Projects – How to Prepare Your Organisation for Change
|10:00-10:25||Rob Fox, Site Passport||
‘Why should I get excited about adopting technology? What’s In It For Me?’
|10:25-10:50||David Mullen, Engineering Documentation||
Addressing the talent gap through dynamic BIM training
|10:50-11:15||Chair: Alan Hore, TU Dublin & CitA||Q&A + Closing Address|
Enterprise Ireland is the government organisation responsible for the development and growth of Irish enterprises in global markets. Under the Built to Innovate programme, Enterprise Ireland digital innovation supports targeting the homebuilding sector are designed to optimise the industry’s capability to produce residential units in an economically sustainable manner.
Saoirse is Senior Digitalisation Technologist in Enterprise Ireland. She has a background leading on digital programmes to drive business outcomes across Irish SMEs and Multinationals.
Rob is a Chartered Civil Engineer and founded Site Passport Supply Chain in 2017. He has 20+ years of experience working with Tier 1 Main Contractors in Ireland and Australia. Rob saw an opportunity to build a new type of technology company that would help large construction companies streamline their complex supply chain and procurement processes. Site Passport works with some of the largest Main Contractors, Developers Property Managers across Ireland and the UK. Site Passport’s mission is to help construction companies make better procurement decisions with better data and smart processes to achieve better project outcomes. Helping customers navigate the ocean of data around Environmental, Social and Governance is a key focus for the Site Passport team.
David Mullen is the managing director of Engineering Documentation Ltd., a company providing BIM and drawing support to clients and employing over 30 people in Sligo town.
Having over 20 years experience in the construction industry, David spent a number of years on site with a mechanical services contractor before founding Engineering Documentation in 2006.
Originally established to provide mechanical and electrical O&M manuals and drawings, the company has evolved into a full-scale BIM practice, looking after building services engineers and contractors on projects in Ireland, Europe, the Middle East and UK. The company provides all forms of drawing support including CAD, Revit, Plant 3D and Solidworks. They pride themselves on offering a hands-on, practical BIM support including client representation, model management, point cloud scanning and site-based support.