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3B People interested

A list of people who are interested in this network area.



Email Address

Oscar Aldred

Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge

Ahmed Al-Naggar

The Bartlett, UCL

Rosemarie Andrews

Bryden Wood Technology

John Beckford


Gemma Burgess

Department of Land Economy – University of Cambridge

David Carter

Acentric Ltd

Zhen Chen

University of Strathclyde

David Churcher

Hitherwood Consulting Ltd

Mustafa Selçuk Çidik

London South Bank University

Carl Collins

Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers

Melanie Dawson


Chris Dent

University of Edinburgh - School of Mathematics

Andrew Gamblen

Willmott Dixon

Jennifer Hardi

London South Bank University

Arthur Isaac Harvey

Management Consultant

Amer Hijaz

UWE Bristol

Laura James

Trustworthy Technologies SRI / University of Cambridge

Ying Jin

University of Cambridge - Department of Architecture

Jas Kalra

HPC Supply Chain Innovation Lab, University of Bath

Elizabeth Kavanagh

Stride Treglown

Mike Langen

Maastricht University

Joanne Leach

University of Birmingham

Boyeun Lee

Lancaster University

Janet Lees

University of Cambridge

Qiuchen Lu

IfM, Cambridge

Benjamin Lucas

University of Nottingham

Tim McGarr


David McKeown

Institute of Asset Management

Nicholas Nisbet

AEC3 Ltd

Andrew Norrie

3D Repo

Tom Oulton

Constructing Excellence Digital Construction Theme Group

Eleni Papadonikolaki

University College London

Kieran Parkinson


James Pinchin

The University of Nottingham

Michael H. Ramage

University of Cambridge

Margaret Reynolds

M Reynolds RIBA

Julian Schwarzenbach

Data and Process Advantage

Essam Shehab

Cranfield University

Zakwan Skaf

Cranfield University

Llewellyn TANG

University of Nottingham

Graeme Tappenden

Lingwell Consulting Ltd

Jacqui Taylor

FlyingBinary Limited

Julie Lewis-Thompson

University of Exeter

Liz Varga

Cranfield University

Craig Wootton

The University of Sheffield / Arup

Steven Yeomans

Loughborough University

Thayla Zomer

Cambridge Service Alliance

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 understand how the construction and infrastructure sectors could use a digital approach to better design, build, operate, and integrate the built environment.