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David Philp
Gazing into the future, changing the construction landscape, BIM philosopher and international rodeo star and now BIM Mayor of London
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David Philp Jul 16
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David Philp Jul 16
The last one is still relevant :-)
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David Philp Jul 16
I thought it was - BIM Show Live 2014 or 15 rings a bell. You up for a refresh of it?
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David Philp Jul 16
Replying to @for59j54
Lol true - I’ll give it a go
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David Philp Jul 15
Replying to @jpricedaniel
“Digital Twin” would make an appearance. I miss the “Fluffy Kittens” though
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David Philp Jul 15
Replying to @itsBIMupNorth @BritBIM
i fondly remember your hand raising upwards :-)
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David Philp Jul 15
found this stuck to back of a notebook it’s circa half a decade old. How much has changed?!
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David Philp Jun 28
Replying to @BuildLaw_ArtTea
That looks awesome!!!
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CIOB Jun 22
As delegates start to make their way from across the globe to for , take a look at our recent from  looking at how is thriving in and what he hopes our members take away from their visit.
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Luke Johnston Jun 19
Wonderful to have sharing information on the UK's BIM journey and shift to digitisation, past present and future, with a packed crowd.
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David Philp Jun 18
Replying to @liccle_em @dRofus and 6 others
Heck yeah!
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David Philp Jun 18
Replying to @liccle_em @dRofus and 6 others
Yeah you mentioned Tim-Tams a few times and my views on them
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David Philp Jun 18
Replying to @dRofus @BIMpodden and 7 others
Totes that has a mellow voice! Just saying
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David Philp Jun 14
Loving it
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David Philp Jun 14
Equally as handsome but a tad more bearded
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David Philp Jun 14
I’m not bad with the pencil
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David Philp Jun 14
Respecting the habitat is a big part of the level 4 construct. Data to ensure balanced supply and demand across the ocean portfolio
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David Philp Jun 14
A truly cooperative way of working and great ROI on fish consumption
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David Philp Jun 13
That’s a shame :-( see you in Edinburgh though :-)
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David Philp Jun 13
It is based around of the integrated pod with behavioural analysis through whistling 😗 and blow hole analysis
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