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Vaughan is the founder and editor to the Construction Software & IT journal and is currently the Executive Director for the BIM Institute.
Vaughan has been involved in various sectors of the construction industry for the past 24 years, locally and internationally.Since graduating as a Quantity Surveyor in 1994, Vaughan has also been specializing in information management systems giving him the opportuinty to work with an Australian company that worked on projects ranging from transport to defense. His 8 year career with CCS(Construction Computer Software) gave him the opportunity of working closely with most of South Africas largets contractors in defining their workflows and processes. While working with 4Projects, a UK based company, he has had the opportunity to engage with many UK companies involved with the UK BIM mandate.
Vaughan also in the past has lectured in the Department of Construction and Economics Management at the University of Cape Town, transferring knowledge learnt on new generation technology for the construction industry. In addition to his role within the construction industry, he is also the founder and editor to the Construction Software & IT journal and is currently the Executive Director for the BIM Institute.
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