Ir. Dr. Llewellyn Tang
BSc(First Class Hons); PGCert; PhD; FHEA; MHKIE; MCIOB; FCInstCES; CCBM
Associate Professor in Building Information Modelling (BIM)
Programme Director, Master of Science in Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
Department of Real Estate and Construction, Faculty of Architecture, HKU
CIC Certified BIM Manager (CCBM), BSI Certified BIM tutor, Corporate Member (MHKIE), Chartered Construction Manager, (MCIOB), Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Engineering Surveyors (FCInstCES), Fellow for the Higher Education Academy in the U.K. (FHEA), Director of i5 BIM Research Group, Founder of HKU BIM Innovation Start-up – Llewellyn and Partners Co. Ltd. (LPC), Member of the BIM Assessment Panel (BIMAP) of CIC, Committee member for Hong Kong for ISO/TC 59 and ISO/TC 59/SC 13. TEDx Speaker Shanghai Huaihai 2018, Founding Director of Digital City Infrastructure and Technology Innovation Laboratory (D-CiTi Lab), Former Head of Department of Architecture and Built Environment (2012-2017) at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China, Former Lecturer and Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Reading and Loughborough University respectively, Former Deputy Chairman for the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (U.K. Chapter), Former member of Construction Excellence BIM Industry Task Group (PAS 1192) for the U.K. Government.
With over a decade of international and local experience in BIM adoption and innovation, Tang continues to bring good international practice on BIM adoption, training, research, and development into the U.K., Asia-Pacific, China, and Hong Kong. In early 2018, as a pioneer, Tang successfully introduced UK BIM level 2 into China for a real estate developer, helping her tap the most value of this international standard for their digitization journey. The same year, the team designed an application of a strategic framework for the national new smart city (Xiongan New Area) based on A.I., BIM, IoT and Blockchain. The research outcome was delivered in TEDx 2018. In Q4 2020, as a significant BIM achievement, Tang is awarded the BIMers 2020 by the Construction Industry Council. In Q1 2021, LPC was given the Gold Award for Emerging BIM company in the HKIBIM Awards 2020. Internationally, the LPC research team’s inventions (BIM Warehouse) were awarded Silver Medal at the Special Edition 2021 Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days.
Topic: Design and Data for Value – How does data help create value?
Dr. Mark Bew
MBE BSc (Hons), MBE PhD BSc CEng CITP FICE FRICS MBCS,
Chairman of Professional Construction Strategies Limited
Mark is an engineer who over the last thirty years has developed a track record of delivering successful process and technology driven business change programmes from within the Engineering and Construction industry. These include the development of Building Information Modelling (BIM) standards and the integration of engineering and commercial systems.
He chaired the development of the UK Government BIM Strategy which was published in July 2011 as part of the Government Construction Strategy and chaired the UK BIM Task Group which delivered the 2011-2016 Level 2 programme.
Mark is a Chartered Engineer with a PhD in the digital prediction of social outcomes through the built environment. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and member of the British Computer Society. Mark was previously a Director at Scott Wilson Group and Costain Group plc, he has also held positions with John Laing, Kvaerner Construction and GEC Avionics.
Mark was awarded an MBE in the 2011 list for services to construction.
Abstract of CEO Executive Talk
Mark will address the issues of using design data to improve the quality of design on a narrow and wide scope. He will address the macro economic impact of social and economic infrastructure on the economy and how data can help model, simulate, describe and predict design intent.
The delivery of the design process and how it can be aligned to delivery, measurement and commissioning to ensure improved user outcomes for single, multiple, vertical and horizontal assets with multiple systems and configurations including cities.
Finally Mark will share some examples and case studies of how data can be used to provide asset performance prediction.