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RICS Managing Efcient

Design Delivery Seminar


28 March 2012
RICS, Parliament Square,
London SW1P 3AD
Speakers include:
James Mather, Principal,
Johnston & Mather and RICS
Guidance Note Lead Author
David Morrice, Head, Contract
Administration Policy, Crossrail
Malcolm Taylor, Head Technical
Support Services, Crossrail
David Philp, BIM Programme
Director, Balfour Beatty
Book your place online at
rics.org/designdelivery2012
Why you should attend:
New RICS Guidance note on
Managing efcient design delivery to
ensure professional standards
Learn how Building Information
Modelling (BIM) improves your delivery
management
Acquire a better understanding of
how to manage data drops and the
information process
Exclusive insights from a case study
of Cross Rail and benchmarking
against European projects
Learn how to develop leading strategy
for effective procurement options and
design execution with a value-led
offering
Guidance Note Launch: A practical guide to professional standards
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Who should attend?
Executives, surveyors, property professionals
and consultants involved in:
Projects, Portfolios & Programmes
Contract & Procurement
Strategic Performance & Development
Data
Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Assets
Funding & Investment
Commercial Finance
Design
Architecture
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RICS Managing Efcient
Design Delivery Seminar
Guidance Note Launch: A practical guide to
professional standards
Design delivery management (DDM) is a key element in the
construction chain. It is an essential, valued connection between
the clients needs and the construction process and whats more
DDM is universal to projects of any size and location.
RICS Managing Design Delivery Seminar provides a unique opportunity for
professionals seeking new guidance in meeting higher standards.
James Mathers new Guidance Note, will help you to strengthen the
response of your delivery teams to the design, improve performance
efciency and meet the roles requirements.
Balfour Beatty and Crossrails case-study sessions offer an exclusive
opportunity for you to gain rst-hand insights into the practical execution,
process and delivery of large-scale design.
Join like minded professionals at the UKs leading DDM Seminar and gain
realistic, effective strategies to streamline your DDM to a professional
standard, plus learn, benchmark and be updated on all information relevant
to your design challenges.
A complimentary copy of the RICS Managing Efcient Design Delivery
Guidance Note will be included in the seminar documentation.
Speakers include
David Morrice
Head, Contract Administration Policy, Crossrail
David Morrice is Head of Contract Administration
Policy with Crossrail where he is responsible for client
contract issues and decisions; prior to holding this
post he was Lead Procurement Manager for Crossrail
where his responsibilities included the approach to and
award of the Crossrail Design Frameworks and Design
Packages. David is a Chartered Quantity Surveyor
with over 20 years experience in the management and
construction of major infrastructure projects in the UK,
particularly in rail.
David Philp
BIM Programme Director, Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty is a world-class infrastructure services
business that operates across the infrastructure
lifecycle. David works within the construction services
part of the business at the pre-construction stage. His
role is very much about bringing together integrated
teams to deliver solutions for customers that meet their
business objectives and can ultimately be built safely
and sustainably. David is also leading the innovation
drive, especially accelerating the adoption of virtual
design and construction (V.D.C.) and new data driven
processes & technologies such as Building Information
Modelling (B.I.M.) within the business.
Malcolm Taylor
Head Technical Support Services, Crossrail
Malcolm Taylor is Head of Technical Information with
Crossrail and his current responsibilities include: BIM
strategy; technical data management; EDMS document
control; GIS; and conguration management. He is
a Chartered Engineer - prior to his secondment into
Crossrail in 2009 he was Rail Director for AECOM
UK working on many UK and international rail
projects. Malcolm has over 30 years experience in the
design, construction and maintenance of large-scale
transportation projects in Europe, the Middle and
Far East, with a particular emphasis on railways and
metro design.
Chair
James Mather
Principal, Johnston & Mather and
RICS Guidance Note Lead Author
James Mather has been in private practice in
architecture since 1980, when he co-founded
Johnston & Mather, of which he is now principal.
Since 1995, he has taught management subjects
in construction, and for 13 years was director of the
Reading University Certicate in Construction Project
Management course. These days, he is director of the
RIBA Certicate in Construction Project Management,
and also teaches for the RICS in its short courses on
project management, and management strategy for
the College of Estate Management.
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Book your place online at rics.org/designdelivery2012
Programme
1215
Close of Seminar
0830
Registration and refreshments
0910 Guidance note update:
Practical hard and
soft skills in design
management
The role: managing the design delivery
Hard skills & the actions of management
Soft skills & the art of design team management
Information exchange under a variety of circumstances
James Mather, Principal, Johnston & Mather and RICS Guidance Note Lead Author
0900 Chairs opening remarks James Mather, Principal, Johnston & Mather and RICS Guidance Note Lead Author
1045 Networking refreshments
1200 Chairs closing remarks
1000 Managing the design
process: Value-led offering
for designers
BIM at work: Managing the data quality and process
Managing the data drops on challenging projects
Information required for the construction team
European case-study
David Philp, BIM Programme Director, Balfour Beatty
1100 New directions for
continuous improvement in
design delivery
Managing design, procurement and execution
Improving and reviewing the delivery ow
Current challenges in large project design delivery
Case study of Crossrail
David Morrice, Head, Contract Administration Policy, Crossrail
Malcolm Taylor, Head Technical Support Services, Crossrail
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