Bryden Wood joins Future Cities Forum


The architectural and engineering practice Bryden Wood's Director Mauro Burgio will be joining our modern methods of construction panel discussion this week at Future Cities Forum. Bryden Wood has been leading the industry's adoption of offsite and advanced construction techniques.

Mauro joined Bryden Wood in 2013 and has worked for GlaxoSmithKline, Heathrow Terminal 3 and Circle on the concept design for a new private hospital in Birmingham. All the projects have been delivered through the use of BIM (Building Information Modelling. This seamless co-ordination and production of information, through to delivery on site, controls the flow of information and delivery with a view to dramatically improving efficiency in design and delivery.

BIM has been central to the work of the practice and Bryden Wood was invited by the government to join the Core BIM Team in 2011 because of its use of pioneering software to produce design detail across all disciplines. It helped to shape BIM as an approach for the construction industry, extending it beyond design to data, people, processes and the use of buildings.