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. This includes both physical systems (design for manufacture and component build solutions for healthcare, education, aviation, pharmaceutical and infrastructure projects) and information systems (data analysis, digital delivery and BIM) for projects in the UK, Europe and Singapore.
Jaimie was a member of the UK Government BIM Task Group and is part of the Digital Built Britain team. He wrote the strategy documents ‘Delivery Platforms for Government Assets: Creating a Marketplace for Manufactured Spaces’, ‘Platforms: Bridging the gap between construction + manufacturing’ and ‘Data Driven Infrastructure: From digital tools to manufactured components’. These have been adopted by Digital Built Britain as a key articulation of the UK Government’s aspiration to adopt a more manufacturing-led approach to construction.
Jaimie appeared twice before the House of Lords Science and Technology Select Committee in their inquiry into offsite manufacture for construction; once to give the Committee a private briefing and later to give evidence as a witness.
Jaimie regularly talks at conferences in the UK and abroad on the subjects of digital engineering and modern methods of construction.