Thomas Lindner has been appointed to manage information across Hurley Palmer Flatt's group of companies and orchestrate the integration of workflows between building services, structures, performance and commissioning engineers in various locations across HPF's network of offices.

James O'Byrne, HPF executive board director, said: “Hurley Palmer Flatt recognises that BIM and the digital world are introducing a paradigm shift in the ways we deliver our engineering contribution to the built environment. Thomas will help us to advance the way we deliver our work to the next level, so we can become more effective in adding value by working more closely with our customers by digital means.”
Thomas has more than 20 years of experience of working in the property and construction sector. He studied interactive architecture at University College London, gained experience with global BIM pioneers HOK, learnt about policy writing at Professional Construction Strategies Group, as well as standards compliance and performance measurement at the Building Research Establishment / Constructing Excellence.