Associate Director, Building Consultancy
Robert Goode is our associate director based in the Huddersfield office. Throughout his professional career, Robert has developed his skills and knowledge in geospatial engineering. With his experience in measurement and management of data setting him apart. As BIM Manager for our geomatic consultancy and as one of our BIM champions for building consultancy, he is best placed to motivate and guide clients to improve their BIM implementation and support his colleagues.
“I take great satisfaction in seeing first-hand the positive impact of the information we collect and models we produce, and how this supports our clients to get the best out of their buildings.”
Robert originally joined AHR as a land surveyor apprentice, where his passion for the construction industry and spatial sciences was quickly recognised throughout the practice and his career soon grew from strength to strength.
He supports his colleagues from each sector of the geomatics team, using his experience across a multitude of surveying techniques. He now provides day-to-day management of our team of geospatial technicians and engineers, ensuring they receive the support, training, and motivation to comfortably deliver projects to the highest standard.
Family orientated, much of Robert’s time outside of AHR is dedicated to his wife and three young children and supporting their development. When he gets the opportunity, he also likes to get involved in his former passions for woodwork and sport.
We are proud to have been supporting WDH for over 8 years in creating safe, sustainable communities, by providing building consultancy services on new-build, refurbishment and conversion projects.
Our building consultancy team was commission to provide building surveying, design, and contract administration services for the extension of the laboratory.
Calderdale Council Framework
Our long-term partnership with this local authority has been supported by our multi-discipline expertise, and we provide services and solutions which cover the full life-cycle of their estate.