Steven Eglinton BSc (Hons), FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD, MPWIHead, Digital National Asset Register
Steven is a very experienced geospatial information management and digital transformation specialist with 20 years' experience of strategic definition, project management & hands-on solutions implementation, particularly within the physical asset management, Built Environment and Natural Environment sectors.
His background is in mapping, Geospatial solutions and GIS, but now consults on asset information management and modelling in the widest context. Most often Steven works with Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Owner Operator (AECOO) and asset management clients - such as property developers, Railway infrastructure companies and Utilities companies.
In his current role, Steven is focused on creating a Digital National Asset Register (DNAR) for The Government Property Unit (GPU) at the Cabinet Office. The DNAR will provide a joined-up, robust and trusted view of all Government Property (land and building) assets for strategic decision-making.
The DNAR will underpin the programmes identified in the Government Estate Strategy and will align with the ambitions of Digital Built Britain, via the BIM and Government Soft Landings (GSL) initiatives, to help create a Government-wide ‘Digital Estate’.
In addition to his role at the Cabinet Office, Steven also holds the below positions:
- Chair, BIM4 Infrastructure (UK)
- Principal Tutor in BIM, Institution for Civil Engineers (ICE)