by Mail Manager
18 Nov, 2019

Welcome to the next episode of the ‘Changing Construction As We Know It’ podcast, the podcast designed to help people in Construction address the big challenges they face and discuss the key themes across the industry. In case you missed them, hear episode 1 with Vicki Reynolds about Women in BIM here, and episode 2 with Sarah Fox about Construction contracts and avoiding disputes here

In this episode, Rob Charlton, CEO of Space Group, joins Jacob to chat about Digital Twins in the built environment. 

Episode 3: Rob Charlton

Space Group's CEO, Rob Charlton, joins us to chat about the business case for Digital Twins in the built environment. We cover the benefits and challenges, and discuss practical advice for adoption.

Listen here:

About Rob:

Rob Charlton is CEO of Space Group, which now includes Space Architects, BIM.Technologies, BIM Store, CAMPUS and Volula. He was also instrumental in establishing BIM Show Live and BIMcrunch.com. Rob has a passion for increasing value and quality in the construction process through reducing waste, time and energy. He is also passionate about improving the performance of buildings and how technology can be used positively in design construction and operation.

Where can you listen to the podcast?

The podcast can be found on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Anchor, Apple Podcasts, and more. 

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