Our National Digital Practice Manager, Jeames Hanley, is a highly experienced digital technology specialist within the built environment.
Bringing over 15 years of knowledge and expertise, Jeames has made significant contributions to the advancement, promotion, and education of Digital Design Technologies around the world at both organisational and project levels.
Throughout his career, Jeames has led the successful implementation of Design Technology on numerous projects – ranging from intricate to wide-reaching – within the commercial, cultural, retail, and education sectors.
At Gray Puksand, Jeames has devised a tailored digital technology strategy and streamlined processes to deliver inspiring outcomes for clients and projects. This strategy enables the integration of new technologies and BIM deliverables, while effectively managing risks across the project team. By leveraging his expertise, Jeames ensures Gray Puksand is at the forefront of digital innovation.
Jeames was introduced to the digital technology field in 2003 when the industry was experiencing a significant change from 2D to 3D technologies.
“Architecture is still one of the least digitised industries. Interestingly, the farming industry is more digitised and technology-focused than architecture. My role as Gray Puksand’s National Digital Practice Manager is educating architects to use technology to create more effective workflows,” Jeames said.
Our bespoke digital technology strategy has been formed around one of Gray Puksand’s core values, placing people first. By speaking with our partners and senior associates, we identified what artificial intelligence (AI) technologies Gray Puksand should be investing in.