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Terry Stocks CEng FICE MI Struct E MCIOB

Biography:

Terry is a chartered engineer with significant experience leading large estate capital programme and operational delivery. He is innovative in his approach having been an early champion of modular construction, component standard libraries and BIM. In addition Terry led a construction 'Lean' approach across the compilation and delivery of capital and maintenance works programmes. He brought this life cycle end to end process together within the Ministry of Justice, resulting in significant capital and operational delivery efficiencies  of over 20%. Under Terry's leadership the MOJ delivered the UK Governments first fully BIM project at HMYOI Cookham Wood. Terry led the full integration of Lean and BIM across the whole MOJ Estates portfolio and has worked as the UK BIM Task Force and now Digital Built Britain lead for BIM Level 2 supporting UK Government and Local Authorities implementing BIM and digital ways of working across their organisations. Terry has been a non executive board member at Build Off Site supporting factory manufacture and off site building solutions across industry. He has also worked with Lean Construction Institute UK promoting new ways of working to drive efficiencies across the construction sector. Terry has been part of the authoring review team for the PAS 1192 - 2 standard.

Terry is responsible for the continued embedment of Level 2 BIM as Business As Usual across the key mandated Government  departments and wider industry and local authorities. He chairs the Public Sector BIM Working Group and works closely with the Head of Construction and Head of Digital  Construction within the UK Cabinet Office IPA. Terry also works closely with the Smart Cities Convergence team lead, ensuring alignment of outcomes.

Welcome to the Centre for Digital Built Britain.  

The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a partnership between the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and the University of Cambridge to deliver a smart digital economy for infrastructure and construction for the future and transform the UK construction industry’s approach to the way we plan, build, maintain and use our social and economic infrastructure.