Rebecca De Cicco

Principal of Global Digital Operations, Aurecon

Rebecca De Cicco is the Founding Director of Digital Node, a Digital Consultancy focused on the uptake and implementation of BIM & Digital Engineering across the Construction Sector. Her work extends across multiple regions and clients across the UK, USA, China and ANZ supporting the uptake of new and innovative technologies and approaches toward delivery of both buildings and infrastructure assets.

In March 2021, Digital Node was acquired by global advisory firm Aurecon, who were impressed by Rebecca‘s skill, knowledge and global connection across the digital construction landscape. She now acts as the Principal of Digital Enablement for the group globally, informing, advising and strategically aligning Aurecon’s digital enablement and future.

Rebecca is also the Founder and Global Chair of the not for profit initiative, Women in BIM (WIB), which was established to support diversity and inclusivity in the construction technology arena. This group, established in the UK, now has regional representation across 40 countries, with members all over the world.

Takes part in

  • Digital Built World SummitView Full Event
  • 16:00 - 16:30

    Roundtable 2: Shaping the future of common data environment - Comparing BIM vs twin data needs and challenges 

  • Digital Built World WebinarView Full Event
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    Panel discussion: Digital twin implementation experiences – the good, the bad and the ugly

    Sharing experiences of building digital twin foundations

    Panellists include:
    Gavin Cotterill Consulting Director APAC, PCSG
    Rebecca De Cicco Principal of Global Digital Operations, Aurecon
    Bill Thomson Digital Assets & Engineering Leader, Digital Twin Leader, GHD Digital
    Mats Henrikson Group Leader of Web Geospatial Systems, CSIRO's Data61
    Julian Watts Director, Infrastructure, Assets & Places, KPMG
    Sean Cale Lead Designer/BIM Manager, Atlas Engineering Group
    Moderated by:
    Jeremy Harkins Data Sceptic

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