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Cadventure Digital Intelligence Conference / Speakers / Mike Clarke

Mike Clarke

Project Information Management Services Director, Cadventure

Mike is the Professional Services Director at Cadventure Ltd. Prior to joining Cadventure in October 2021, Mike was a Technical Director at AECOM, where he led the ProjectWise team for the AECOM EMEA business.

 At Cadventure, Mike’s objective is to help businesses work smarter, enhance their digital capabilities, and enable Better Information Management through the adoption of technologies such as Bentley Systems ProjectWise powered by iTwin.

 Mike has an in-depth knowledge of typical information management standards, processes and technologies required by design infrastructure projects and extensive experience of implementing ISO19650. Additionally, Mike has extensive experience of working with project teams and clients to produce a range of technical documentation that defines appropriate project CAD, BIM & Collaboration process and standards.

 With more than 35 years of global industry experience, Mike has worked on some of the world’s largest infrastructure projects in locations such as Sweden, Belize, Ghana, USA, Australia, Hong Kong, China, Italy, Finland, India, South Africa & Poland.

 Selected project experience includes NEOM The Line (KSA), Environment Agency (UK), West Midlands Combined Authorities (UK), Lower Thames Crossing (UK), Gordie Howe International Bridge (USA), A303 Stonehenge TP (UK), High Speed 2 (UK), Stockholm Bypass (Sweden), Thames Tideway C410 (UK), Mumbai Metro Line 3 (India), East London Line (UK), Gautrain Rapid Rail Link (South Africa), Belize City Infrastructure Project (Belize), Small Scale Irrigation Studies (Ghana) and London Crossrail (UK).

15:30 – 16:00

Inspiring the next generation of construction industry leaders

Alison Watson MBEFounder & Chief Executive, Class Of Your Own
Mike ClarkeProject Information Management Services Director, Cadventure
Zubran SolaimanDirector of Product Portfolio (Digital Cities), Bentley Systems

Education providers need to adopt new strategies and new ways of thinking in schools to improve the understanding of digital construction among students, preparing them for future careers in the construction industry and driving innovation in the digitalisation of construction practices.

In this session we explore some of these strategies and success stories enabling young people to better understand the rewards of a career in the built environment.

In partnership with

08:45 until 18:30

Wednesday 28 February, 2024.

8 Bishopsgate