James joined Bryden Wood in 2008 as a Building Services CAD Coordinator after gaining training and experience previously from a demanding CAD bureau.

James has worked closely with a range of people from all disciplines and roles to deliver the highest standard of drawings and models possible, using a variety of CAD and BIM software.

Recently, James has been involved with the development and production of the Stand East project, overseeing and generating the models and BIM coordination of the M&E design. As well as residential knowledge, James has spent a great deal of time on commercial projects, gaining experience in areas such as schools, hospitals, data centres, and airports.

James currently manages the level of coordination and strategies of the MEP models and guides others to produce clear, well thought-out work. Due to James’ time spent within the drawing environments, he has become a reference point and link between disciplines, helping provide a flow of information across projects.