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Rebecca De Cicco: making a positive difference

Rebecca De Cicco, Digital Node Founder and Director, tells us what inspired her to take up a career in construction and how the global coronavirus outbreak has impacted on her business. For Rebecca, resilience means positivity, and having the ability to evolve and embrace change are the key factors to success and business longevity.

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Elaine Lewis talks covid and the new digital world

“How do we make resilience real?” is the question we asked Elaine Lewis, Managing Director, Cadventure.

In this short interview, Elaine shares with us how she entered the world of construction unintentionally, and how she has since been running one of Europe’s most successful software sales companies for digital design, engineering and construction.

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New Year BIM Resolutions

As we near the end of 2020, I felt it was crucial as a business owner, an advocate for digital, and the chair of Women in BIM who was (previously) on a plane every five minutes to reflect on the last 12 months and give our readers some insight into my predictions for the year 2021. 

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BIM-SA 2020 roundup

BIM-SA is a not-for-profit entity, established to support the construction industry in the adoption of BIM and Digital Engineering in South Australia. Director of Digital Node, Rebecca De Cicco acts as the chair for this group supporting industry in this region in the knowledge and upskill of BIM according to ISO 19650. 

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The principles behind digital twin technology

At Digital Node we work with a variety of differing clients all over the world to support their future requirements in BIM and Digital Engineering. It is important that we keep them up to speed with the important digital developments, such as the work around Digital Twins.

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Why we urgently need to upskill our workforce in new methods of digital construction

by Rebecca De Cicco, Director, Digital Node

The development of different policies driving the adoption of BIM and digital engineering has provided opportunities for strengthening consistency and enabling growth for an industry which has so often been at the edge of demise. Although 2020 has been a challenging year, there has still been momentum in the development of these policies across the world.

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BIM Awards 2019
Winner: BIM Personality of the Year

Australian Construction Awards 2018
Winner: Women in Construction Award

Australian Construction Awards 2020
Shortlisted: Diversity & Inclusion Award

Building Innovation Awards 2019
Highly Commended: Most Innovative Training Provider

London Construction Awards 2019
Finalist: Women in Construction Award

London Construction Awards 2018
Finalist: Women in Construction Award

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