Adam joined Bryden Wood in 2006 having previously worked for architectural firms in Australia.

Initially at Bryden Wood he worked on a range of projects across the office before focusing on the delivery of Phase 6 and 7 of the Igus Factory in Cologne. After assisting in the development of a pre-fabricated node module for Heathrow Terminal 5, he took on a new role in the company developing innovative design solutions utilising BIM and Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA). As part of this role Adam was involved in the design and construction of the EcoCanopy modular school system.

Following this experience Adam became involved in the design of larger scale development projects incorporating BIM and DfMA techniques, initially working on the 2012 Athletes’ Village and East Village projects, followed by the design and implementation of a standardised “chassis” solution for a mixed-use residential development. Some of the concepts developed at this time have contributed to Bryden Wood’s Platform approach to DfMA.

Recently Adam became involved as a project leader in the development of early stage design concepts and business case alignment for the Front End Factory initiative with GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), utilising advanced digital tools and off-site manufactured components for GSK’s portfolio of global capital projects. This work was key to the development of Bryden Wood’s Chip Thinking™ approach.

Adam is also building contacts and exploring DfMA opportunities in Asia/Pacific. Adam is recognised for his experience in BIM and DfMA and regularly participates in talks, seminars and other industry events across the region.