Phil Lazarus

Phil Lazarus is an American Architect with over 20 years of experience in the design, documentation and delivery of large projects around the globe. Immersed in 3d process from the start of his career, he has leveraged the power of BIM on the behalf of architects, engineers, contractors and clients. Involved with Singapore’s largest development projects since 2006, Phil has been leading the charge in establishing BIM and promoting technology based innovation throughout Asia.

Working tirelessly to advance BIM adoption, Phil is a faculty member in the Singapore BCA’s BIM Specialist Diploma Program, building fundamental understanding of the process. Simultaneously, he has founded the “Forum for Advanced Revit Training in Singapore” to assist in developing core modelling skills amongst eager Revit users. He continues to be involved in grassroots support of technological evangelism through regional involvement with The Digital Built Environment Institute.

In his current role as Aurecon’s Digital Practice Leader for Asia, Phil is overseeing the activities of over 200 staff focused upon digital engineering, and applied technology in practice. He leads Aurecon’s Singapore-based Centre of Digital Excellence; exporting best practices for information management and implementation methodology to operations in Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam, China, and Indonesia.

Phil’s core belief is that experienced knowledgeable people with access to the highest levels of technology & training results in enterprise efficiency and improved project delivery.

Education:

University of Southern California
Bachelor of Architecture, Architecture
1991 – 1997

University of Missouri-Kansas City
Master of Business Administration, Entrepreneurship
2004 – 2006

About Us:

Aurecon is an engineering, management, design, planning, project management and consulting company based in Australia and South Africa.

Major Projects In Asia:

– Waigani National Courts Complex, Papua New Guinea
– City of Dreams Casino, Macau
– Chek Lap Kok, Passenger Terminal Building Hong Kong Airport, Hong Kong
– Fusionopolis, Singapore
– Pha Lai 2 Power Station, Vietnam
– Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Program, East Timor
– The Sail at Marina Bay, Singapore

Major Projects In Australia/New Zealand:

– Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane
– Sunshine Coast University Hospital
– West Gate Tunnel, Victoria, Australia
– Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project, Victoria, Australia
– Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal, Queensland, Australia
– Eden Park Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
– Eureka Tower, Victoria, Australia
– Bendigo Bank Headquarters, Victoria, Australia
– Huntly e3p Combined Cycle Power Station, Huntly, New Zealand
– Luggage Point Water Treatment Plant, Queensland, Australia
– Melbourne Cricket Ground, Victoria, Australia
– Northern Busway, Auckland, New Zealand
– Optus Earth Satellite Station, Australia
– Adelaide Entertainment Centre redevelopment
– Adelaide Festival Centre Expansion
– Kogan Creek Solar Boost Project
– Te Puni Village, Victoria University of Wellington

Major Projects In The Middle East:

– Madinat Jumeirah Arabian Leisure Resort Development, United Arab Emirates
– The Palm Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
– Qatar Science and Technology Park, Qatar

Major Projects In Africa:

– Berg Water Project, South Africa
– Department of International Relations and Cooperation Building, South Africa
– Maguga Dam and Maguga Hydroelectric Project, Swaziland
– N2 Garden Route, South Africa
– Nova Vida Housing Development, Angola
– O R Tambo International Airport, South Africa
– Peter Mokaba Stadium, South Africa
– Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, South Africa
– New Bugesera International Airport, Rwanda

The company delivers project design and management across twelve markets. They are built environment, construction, data and telecommunications, defence, energy, government, international development assistance, manufacturing, resources, transport and water.