At Skanska, we have been developing a custom smart buildings service, supported by a digital platform that will transform the way building owners, occupiers and facilities managers maximise building performance.
We intend to educate the Smart Buildings show audience on how, with the support of digital
technologies and a robust digital transformation strategy, can create spaces that perform as designed realising the many benefits of a smart building, focusing primarily on carbon reduction, operational efficiency and productivity.
We will take you through our journey to date, what we’ve learnt from our experiences, and how
we have retrospectively delivered one of the smartest buildings in London, our London head office
Craig is Head of Digital Solutions for Skanska UK Building Services. He is responsible for implementing Skanska’s digital strategy and introducing new digital solutions to the business to improve productivity. During the last two years, Craig has led a team of experts exploring the emerging smart buildings market. This has ultimately resulted in the development of Skanska’s own smart building’s service. He has developed a wealth of knowledge that covers all aspects of delivering a smart building with a specific focus on delivering to the customer need.
Tom is a fully qualified Architectural Technologist and Designer by trade who is now established as a key advocate of BIM and Digital Engineering.
Having previously worked for a UK top 10 architectural practice for 7 years, he has extensive experience in all sectors including Commercial, Mixed Use, Defence, Higher Education, Student Living, Healthcare and more.
Currently, Tom works for Skanska UK as Head of Digital Solutions. His role is to steer the strategy of our digital products and services offered to customers.
Previously, he has been a part of the Skanska UK Building Junior Leadership Team (JLT) supporting the business make critical decisions to improve the business and results for customers.
He has been practicing BIM and Digital Engineering for over 7 years and have delivered all aspects of BIM, including the latest ISO19650 practices throughout various types of projects.
His skillsets focus on the Information Management roles and responsibilities within the digital arena including successful COBie Information Exchange. He has a key interest in the operational phase of a project’s lifecycle and is an expert in delivering digital asset value to clients who wish to use data through facilities management to drastically improve on whole lifecycle cost savings.
More recently, Tom has been co-lead for the development of a Smart Buildings platform that looks to drive improved building performance through utilising the digital twin.
Outside of Skanska Tom is Co-chair of the Southwest UKBIM Alliance.