About this event
As engineering contractors continue to transform their operations and transition to deliver across the full asset lifecycle there’s been renewed pressure to increase the pace of digital investments and embrace modern methods of operating – technologies and practices such as BIM, Modular Construction and Design for Manufacture and Assembly continue to increase in popularity, with early adopters hoping to benefit from digital differentiation.
However, for many, adopting these technologies and practices is not sufficient to achieve a successful transformation. To be successful it requires a complete change in mindset that not only utilises technology to remove and automate manual processes but focusses on delivering projects on time, on budget and at high quality.
In this must-see webcast we are pleased to present renowned engineering and construction expert, Jaimie Johnston MBE, Board Director and Head of Global Systems at Bryden Wood, who will share his insights and approach for achieving best practice and delivering high-quality results. Jaimie is joined by IFS’s Kenny Ingram, VP – Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure will discuss how this new way of thinking is impacting the industry and why it’s never been more crucial that your ERP backbone is fit for purpose. Kenny is joined by.
- benefits of embracing full asset lifecycle management in engineering and construction
- the ability to meet engineering challenges of modern construction
- cost efficiencies
- time savings
- realised results for sustainability
- exceptional experiences for people
VP - Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure, IFS
Kenny Ingram is VP – Engineering, Construction and Infrastructure for IFS, and has been with the com¬pany for over 20 years. He is an expert in the IFS business software solution specialising in asset & project based industries and works to educate customers and IFS staff about how to facilitate best practice business models.
Prior to joining IFS, Kenny worked in industry and as a consultant and project manager implementing business systems in many asset intensive industries.
Jaimie Johnston MBE
Director, Head of Global Systems, Bryden Wood
Jaimie joined Bryden Wood – an integrated company of creative technologists, designers, architects, engineers and analysts – shortly after its formation in 1995. Jaimie leads on the application of systems to the delivery and operation of high performing assets. He is an authority on the Platforms approach to design for manufacture and assembly (P-DfMA) and works on new data-led, digital workflows for government and private sector clients in the UK, US, Europe and Asia.
Jaimie is the author of the benchmark strategy documents, ‘Delivery Platforms for Government Assets’ (2017), and ‘Platforms: Bridging the gap between construction and manufacturing’ (2018). These are now the foundation for the UK Government’s drive to create a more productive, value-driven construction sector.
Jaimie was a key contributor to the UK Government’s ‘Construction Playbook’ and is the Design Lead for the Construction Innovation Hub.
Jaimie was awarded an MBE by the Queen in 2021 for Services to Construction.
Who should attend?
Those individuals in construction, engineering, asset management, leadership and management and others who are interested in transforming their operations and tansitioning to deliver higher quality outcomes.
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