Having joined Bryden Wood shortly after the practice’s formation in 1995, Jaimie is responsible for the application of systems to the delivery and operation of truly high performing assets that are a direct reflection of clients’ business and value (as opposed to simply cost) drivers. These ‘systems’ include digital work flows (data analysis, data visualisation and virtual prototyping) and physical systems (a range of design for manufacture and assembly solutions).
These techniques have been implemented on a number of large scale projects such as Heathrow Terminal 5, the new Heathrow Terminal 2 and major frameworks for clients including GlaxoSmithKline, the Metropolitan Police Authority, the 2012 Olympics Athletes’ Village and on the Circle rollout of private hospitals.
Jaimie is a member of the Buildoffsite Direction Group, and regularly talks at conferences in the UK and abroad on the subjects of BIM and modern methods of construction.
Jaimie is also a member of the Cabinet Office BIM Core Team, coordinating work packages relating to productivity and delivery. He is currently involved in the implementation of BIM across all UK Government departments and has been heavily involved in the first early adopter projects.