Rebecca De Cicco is a global BIM expert, thought leader and innovator who acts as a role model across the world in BIM and Digital Processes and standards. Her experience is vast and having worked for a number of Architectural practices in Australia and the UK she founded her own consultancy Digital Node which acted to support clients, industry and education in the uptake of BIM related processes and technology.
Digital Node was established in the UK and Rebecca worked closely with industry in this region to support BIM knowledge, education as well as alignment to industry BIM Standards. Her work was extensive in this region working for government clients, industry organisations as well as education providers to support BIM implementation and education.
In March 2021, Digital Node was acquired by global advisory firm Aurecon, who provide leading digital transformation and BIM capability to its people, clients and projects. Aurecon is an engineering, design and advisory company that brings ideas to life by enabling innovative solutions and digital delivery across a variety of different projects. Rebecca’s role across Aurecon is to support the organisation on a number of fronts including building the capability and capacity of the global group, as well as standardising the approach toward project delivering in line with international standards.
Rebecca also founded the not for profit group, Women in BIM, in the UK in 2012. Her vision was to create an opportunity to gather and grow women in this space by providing an outlet to network, share and work together. The group started off as a relatively UK focused initiative and it has now become a global support network with WIB leaders positioned in over 43 countries across the globe driving and supporting their main themes and incentives.
As an industry thought leader, Rebecca has been awarded numerous awards and recognitions for her work across the Construction industry and continues to strive to make a difference to ultimately help drive change and innovation in her sector.