Urko joined Bryden Wood in September 2015 after finishing his Master’s degree in Architecture at the University of the Basque Country in San Sebastian, Spain.

Urko’s first experience with the company was working on the E5+ Explore Living project, a modular system that gave him a professional answer to his educational background in modular residential building design.

He has been involved in a wide range of projects developed through the use of BIM, including Sugar House Island, Battersea Power Station, large UK government schemes and Equinix Data Centre projects.

The experience obtained in these projects has allowed Urko to develop skills that have routed him into DfMA and BIM.