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Rebecca De Cicco is a digital design specialist who completed her honours in Architecture in 2001. Her keen interest in digital technologies and how it can evolve the industry has always been at the forefront of her thinking. After a series of successful senior roles in varied Architectural organisations both in Australia and the UK, she now manages her own consultancy, Digital Node, providing advice and insight to construction professionals on digital process and BIM. Rebecca’s engagement in the UK BIM community also allows a strong level of commitment to the Governments’ BIM strategy and she also actively interacts with those involved in this incentive. Rebecca also sits on the user group technical team for Building Smart UK, she is the Women in BIM Founder, Autodesk University speaker and Autodesk Feedback Community attendee.
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