Ralph Montague

Ralph Montague

BArch MRIAI, Managing Partner, ArcDox

Ralph Montague is managing partner of ArcDox, a specialist BIM (Building Information Modelling) consultancy practice based in Dublin, Ireland, providing professionally managed advice, production, support and training services to the construction industry.

A registered architect with over 20 years experience in managing large projects, Ralph endorses BIM as a more cost effective and highly efficient way of producing and managing design and construction documentation. and improving the building process.

As chairman of the Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland (RIAI) practice sub-committee for BIM, and coordinator of the Construction IT Alliance (CITA) BIM Group, Ralph has been instrumental in leading the development and adoption of BIM in Ireland since 2009.

Ralph is a part-time lecturer at Trinity College Dublin School of Engineering Post-Graduate Diploma in Project Management, and more recently has been representing the RIAI on the Architects Council of Europe (ACE) BIM Working Group.

He has also previously represented the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) on the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) BIM technical working group.

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13 December 2016 | by

Make 2017 the year you banish your BIM blockers. Ralph Montague, architect and managing partner at ArcDox BIM Consultants offers up his take on the things preventing BIM from reaching its true and fullest potential.

10 October 2016 | by

What is the 'information model'? Ralph Montague explores the graphical data, non-graphical data and documents that you can be expected to provide as part of the building process.

04 August 2016 | by

Find BIM daunting, confusing and seemingly overly-complicated? Don't worry. Ralph Montague cuts through the jargon and gets back to key principles. It's BIM de-mystified.

05 April 2016 | by

Ralph Montague explores the concept of 'pseudo BIM' which he argues is killing any initial enthusiasm to use BIM and putting up red flags.