We support our clients by enhancing their strategic development, technical capabilities and digital construction knowledge.
With our extensive project delivery experience, we will help you plan, implement and achieve your goals in a BIM environment.
WHAT WE DO
We have advanced knowledge in multidisciplinary design and construction, and we’re here to help you realise the potential of using BIM processes to suit your company or project.
Our approach is to support you in providing a series of strategic and technical solutions to ensure increased productivity, enhanced staff technical skills and more efficient execution of your business operations.
Through a process of consultation with you, we will identify the areas where an alternative digital approach, supported by BIM, will ensure you are meeting the latest industry requirements whilst delivering a significant ROI.
Digital Node began as a small idea in 2013, when we realised that something big was missing in the global BIM environment and we knew exactly how to fill this space.
Now we run our global operation from the UK and Australia, working with clients spanning multiple continents. We’re not your average consultancy, we are passionate about new and advanced technologies, and how this is constantly evolving and impacting on the built environment. We are realising great opportunities when it comes to the UK BIM Mandate across other regions of the world and are seeing great opportunities to upskill in this space.
In the past few years, technology has irreversibly changed the built environment through the use of advanced digital construction methods, and our role is to educate, inform and mould these changes to allow our clients professionals to maximise its impact and learn to design and build more effectively and efficiently through collaboration and integration.
We believe it is important to support our industry and encourage continual development. We have afflictions with leading global construction industry groups such as; UK BIM Alliance, EU BIM Task Group, BIM Regions, BILT, Women in BIM and Autodesk Expert Elite to support their members in the BIM adoption, understanding and education.
I met Rebecca during her work as a Revit Gunslinger, giving feedback on real-world product usage to the development team, and was impressed by her knowledge of Revit, IFC, and BIM in general. Since then, we have co-presented on the theoretical and practical use of IFC. Her ability to interact with people at all levels, from the business owner to the power user, make her an excellent choice to not only solve a variety of BIM-related issues but to then be able to communicate the results effectively.
Angel Velez – Senior Principal Engineer, Autodesk.
Our passions for the built environment allows us to extend our believe in the power of BIM and engage the BIM practitioners of tomorrow.
We support education on a global level, working with education partners in the UK, Australia and the Far East, to expand current academic degrees course into the BIM Space through the BIM Academic Forum as well as leading universities.
We also guest lecture and tutor at the University of Adelaide and the University of South Australia, support the University College London and have close ties to the Centre for Spatial Analysis (CASA).
We have worked with the University of Bath and the University of Westminster to support MSc courses in relation to BIM and continue to support students requiring feedback on the processes and procedures in relation to the UK Government mandate toward Level 2 BIM.
Our intention is to ensure that students are aware of current Architectural discourse as well as technologies that can aid and support the future of design.
And to support school age children in the UK, we run ‘Design: Engineer: Construct’ Workshops as a strategic partner to Class of Your Own (COYO).
Thank you so much for running the DEC! workshop last Friday. I really appreciated your facilitation of the event, your input enabled the pupils to gain so much from their day and the expert advice you gave will be really valuable as the groups now work on their designs…
Liz Newhouse, London Freeman’s School
…so glad it went well, always does especially with Rebecca involved!
Liz Forrester, COYO