RICSDirector of Built Environment Professional Groups
Alan has more than 30 years experience in construction (with 15 years as a director), specialising in the project and cost management of schemes up to £4 billion. Projects have been across all sectors, but particularly offices, industrial, mixed-use, urban regeneration, data centres and public sector schemes such as schools and rail and road infrastructure. Overseas experience includes spells in both the Middle East and Indonesia.
Since joining the RICS in May 2011, Alan has been leading our response to the government construction strategy. He was a member of the Lean Client/Procurement government task group and is now a member of the government Trial Project Support Group monitoring the trial projects. In addition, he sits on the CIC BIM Forum (including the Unified Plan of Work Sub-Group) and is a member of the group established to develop the BIM protocol. Finally, he leads project management, quantity surveying and BIM initiatives within the RICS including the development of skills, training and guidance for RICS members.
Alan Muse FRICS, 04 Dec 2017
Our professionals now have access to a new technical resource to help them work with and use the recently launched International Construction Measurement Standards (ICMS).
Alan Muse FRICS, 22 Nov 2017
According to the latest NBS industry BIM survey, most respondents (51%) think that the government is on the right track with BIM, awareness is near-universal and adoption is up (62% of practices use BIM on some projects - up 8% year on year). Indeed, the year just gone has seen the most rapid BIM growth since 2014. 78% see BIM as the future of project information.
Alan Muse FRICS, 30 May 2017
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new paper - BIM for Project Managers - which provides market insight into organisational strategic issues and the role and functions of project managers in BIM implementation.
Alan Muse FRICS, 02 Nov 2015
With the formation of the new Infrastructure Commission and billions of pounds lined up for UK infrastructure projects, clients and governments will need qualified professionals to manage risk and costs.
Alan Muse FRICS, 27 Mar 2015
Construction is a large contributor to world gross domestic product (GDP) and is recognised as having a significant ‘multiplier’ effect on national economies.
Big data and BIM are transformational for land, property and construction. Whether you are a micro, ...
On BIM Manager Certification
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