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Centre for Digital Built Britain completed its five-year mission and closed its doors at the end of September 2022

This website remains as a legacy of the achievements of our five-year foundational journey towards a digital built Britain
Read more at: Mark Enzer

Mark Enzer

Mark Enzer, CTO at Mott MacDonald and Digital Director at the Centre for Digital Built Britain

Mark is a keen champion of innovation in the context of collaborative delivery models and he is particularly interested in transformational change in the infrastructure industry (including: digital transformation, Smart Infrastructure, low-carbon sustainable solutions, platform-based delivery and design for manufacture and assembly).

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Gemini Principles

CDBB has published the first output of its Digital Framework Task Group, The Gemini Principles. The paper sets out proposed principles to guide the national digital twin and the information management framework that will enable it.

Read more at: Publication: Final Report - Exploiting traffic data to improve asset management and citizen quality of life

Publication: Final Report - Exploiting traffic data to improve asset management and citizen quality of life

10 August 2018

screenshot_2020-06-30_at_22.09.10.png Project background This project builds on a tool developed by two Cambridge PhD students that allows for the generation of high-resolution geographical data heat maps. These heat maps can help to solve optimisation problems relevant to citizens’ everyday lives. Specifically, we...

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We have a number of videos available. Please select from the categories below or on the menu. You can also subscribe to the CDBB YouTube Channel . All Videos: Announcements 2019 National Digital Twin Day and CDBB Week 2019 Summer Showcase 2018 Summer Showcase 2018 Research Workshops Introducing...

Read more at: Alexandra Bolton

Alexandra Bolton

Alexandra Bolton has been CDBB's Executive Director since the Centre came to Cambridge in August 2017. She works across CDBB’s programmes, including the National Digital Twin programme and the Construction Innovation Hub, to advance the digital transformation of the built environment in order to improve people’s quality of life through improving social, economic and environmental outcomes. Alexandra has had a varied career, having worked in industry and the City before joining the University of Cambridge in 2014.