Mark Shelbourn

Dr. Mark Shelbourn is the Head of the Centre for Built Environment at Birmingham City University and is responsible for the leadership and management of the Centre. Mark is an executive board member of the Council of Heads of Built Environment (CHOBE), and is the Region 8 Director of the Associated Schools of Construction and my ongoing work with the Academic Interoperability Coalition in Digital Education in the Built Environment. Mark is an active member of the Behaviours4Collaboration (B4C) group. The group is aiming to make the industry aware of the benefits of using collaborative working activities in projects within the industry. Mark is the leader of many digitally enhanced modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. These modules bring together over 25years of research and enterprise activities, industry contacts and case studies to bring a fresh look at Digital construction into the classroom.


Driving Transformational Change in the Digital Built Environment
Jason Underwood, Mark Shelbourn. © 2021. 340 pages.
The construction industry is amidst a digital transformation that is focused on addressing well-documented issues and calls for significant improvements and changes through...
Learning Through Successful Digital Opportunities for Effective Competition Preparations
Lloyd Martin Scott, Mark Shelbourn, Nicky Harris. © 2020. 20 pages.
Education of the built environment is moving towards more collaborative practices. The intent behind the collaborative approach of teaching is to encourage students to explore...
Streamlining a Design, Manufacture, and Fitting Workflow Within a UK Fit-Out SME: A BIM Implementation Case Study
Jason Underwood, Mark Shelbourn, Andrew Fleming, James Heywood, Ian Roberts. © 2018. 25 pages.
A 30-month project is presented that is enabled through a knowledge transfer partnership government-funded initiative between the University of Salford and Links FF&E – a design...