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Digitalise Now Series – Part 2: Meeting the Requirements of ISO 19650 and Other Industry Standards

Monday, 29th June 2020 1000hrs – 1100hrs

This is one in a series of ‘Digitalise Now’ webinars brought to you free of charge from our sponsor Newforma – who’re experts in delivering project information management solutions.

Meeting standards is an integral part of complying with government regulations in the construction sector. ISO 19650 serves as a direct international replacement for PAS 1192 and is aimed at helping companies streamlining their use of digital technologies such as BIM, project information management etc. But how can organisations become certified without risking unnecessary disruptions to their current digital infrastructure and confusion among their project teams?

In this webinar Newforma and BSI, the British Standards Institute will share valuable insights on which steps organisations can take to quickly get certified and at the same time retain a majority of well-established digital processes.

With the right insights, the change to ISO 19650 compliance can be simple and uncomplicated and ensure that digital workflows are providing the necessary amount of efficiency and productivity.

Speakers for this event include:

Dan Rossiter,
Sector Lead
Clara Rettinger,
James Cooke,
Business Solutions Consultant
Robert Hine,
Head of Trade & Partnerships

Newforma – James Cooke, Business Solutions Consultant

More information to follow.

Newforma – Clara Rettinger, Executive

With over 15 years within the (digital) construction space, Newforma has supported over 2000 design and construction companies globally, including Stantec, WSP, Foster & Partners, Cundall, AHMM and many more on their digital journey.

We will hear from one of their experts on how flexible working looks likely to be the future in the industry.


BSI – Dan Rossiter, Sector Lead

As part of his role within the British Standards Institution (BSI), Chartered Architectural Technologist Dan Rossiter provides subject matter expertise, thought leadership, and sector engagement around the digital transformation of the built environment.  In addition, beyond his role at BSI, Dan has been actively supporting the construction industry locally, nationally, and internationally for several years.

Locally, Dan supports Constructing Excellence in Wales, is a councillor for the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT)’ Wales Region and co-chair of UK BIM Alliance Wales.


BSI – Robert Hine, Head of Trade & Partnerships

Rob has over 30 years of experience with BSI helping clients to embed organizational resilience and meet requirements for their intended markets around the globe.

In his current role, Rob supports the development of partnerships with key strategic organizations to drive awareness of industry issues. Working collaboratively with our clients, Rob’s team help to educate specifiers and procurement professionals on the value of third-party certification such as the BSI Kitemark™



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Monday, 29th June 2020

1000hrs – 1100hrs


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