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Michael Earley

Associate

DipArch(Tech) BSc(Comp Sci) MICS
Member RIAI Building Information Modelling Committee

 
 
 

Michael is a Technical Architect and software developer at Scott Tallon Walker Architects. He is involved in both the project management and day to day operation of Building Information Modelling for a number of healthcare, education and commercial buildings. At Scott Tallon Walker Architects, Michael has worked on projects such as Aviva Stadium, East Point Business Park and the Clarion Hotel, Cork and has developed a particular expertise for developing systems to streamline large and complex projects.

Michael is currently leading the BIM implementation on University College London Hospitals Proton Beam Therapy Centre and the School of Biological Sciences for Queen's University Belfast. Both projects are being delivered in BIM Level 2 in accordance with BS1192:2007 and PAS1192. The Proton Beam Therapy Centre has been selected by the UK Cabinet Office as an exemplar project for BIM Level 2. Michael assisted Queens University belfast in delevoping an Asset Management Plan which integrates BIM and delivers on the needs of the end users and COBie as an output for BIM Level 2.

Michael is responsible for selecting and managing a variety of tools and systems for carrying out analysis, simulation, and communication of project information. Activity Database (ADB) and Codebook is used to generate Room Data Sheets which help ensure compliance with NHS standards and best practice for facilities. NBS Create and the NBS Create Revit Add-on are used to coordinate specification information with the BIM model using the Uniclass 2 classification system. In accordance with BS1192:2007, Michael is responsible for implementing online systems for the Common Data Environment (CDE) including Huddle, Asite and Buzzsaw. Along with developing systems and standards for staff using BIM at Scott Tallon Walker, Michael also has a solid working knowlege of Autodesk Revit which is the primary authoring tool and Navisworks which is being used for design collaboration and clash renditions.

As part of the RIAI Building Information Modelling Committee, Michael is responsible for the development of a standard BIM Executions plan.

 
 
 

Key Projects

School of Biological Sciences, Queen's University Belfast
Proton Beam Therapy Centre, University College London Hospitals
Aviva Stadium, Lansdowne Road, Dublin, Ireland
East Point Business Park, Ireland
New Sports Campus
Pairc Ui Chaoimh Stadium, Cork: Redevelopment of regional sports stadium to 45,000 capacity