Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Colour Urban Design Ltd

Colour Urban Design is an award-winning landscape architect practice which operates throughout the United Kingdom and internationally with personnel in the Middle East and studios in London and Newcastle.

A Knowledge Transfer Partnership project is being carried out with Colour UDL who design public realm and landscapes that help define the function, character and environmental value of a place. The projects aim is to develop a site-BIM methodology for construction projects offering Landscape Architecture and site-works delivery in a 3D data-rich BIM environment, fully coordinated with other disciplines.

The project is being supported by Professor Nashwan Dawood and Dr Mohamad Kassem from Teesside University. Stephen Blacklock at CUD is providing daily support to Henry Fenby-Taylor who has been appointed as the KTP Associate and will lead on delivering the objectives of the project.

Project Duration: 12 Months
Project Start: 24th June 2013
Academic Lead: Professor Nashwan Dawood
Academic Supervisor: Dr Mohamad Kassem
KTP Associate: Henry Fenby-Taylor

More details about the Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Colour Urban Design Ltd project