As Director of Digital Practice, Paul Audsley leads NBBJ’s technology strategy in the areas of design, building information modeling, design computation and project collaboration and has a deep commitment to enhancing the effective use of technology to optimize the design and delivery process.
Paul has served in leadership roles on several of the world’s largest and most complex design and construction projects, including London Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5, the Channel Tunnel between the UK and France, Hong Kong International Airport and more recently providing strategic design technology oversight for Kaiser Oakland Medical Center in California, South Eastern Louisiana VA Medical Center Replacement Hospital and a wide variety of both domestic and international projects.
He is a member of the US National BIM Standards Board of Direction (US-NBIMS) the National Institute of Building Sciences, AutoDesk User Group International, AIA CIO Large Firm Roundtable and Chair of the AIA Columbus-Technology in Architectural Practice Group (TAP). Paul’s contributions have been widely recognized, including an AIA Presidential Citation for Integrated Project Delivery, an AIA Special Commendation for Technology - Model Progression Specification; and Young Engineer of Great Britain - Regional Finalist award.
Paul has also presented/lectured at a wide variety of venue’s including the annual Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) conference, ENR FutureTech, Penn State University and the American Bar Associations Forum on the Construction Industry.