Antony Pidduck

Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, Construction Management Department
Antony Pidduck

Antony Pidduck is a Senior Lecturer working within Construction Management and Course Leader for the Online MSc Construction Project Management. He focuses on Construction, Design, Building Services and Sustainability. Antony's special interest is in Heritage and Conservation, including retrofitting and recording and using technology in construction.

Antony started in consultancy for building services with a specialism in lighting design before returning to NTU to complete a BA (Hons) and an MA in The Designed Environment. Antony worked as a Surveyor and Project Manager for a local authority before moving to an architectural practice leading refurbishment projects and lighting design. A chance meeting led to a position in education, initially with the Property Management and Development area and now with Construction Management.

Antony's key area of interest is Heritage and Conservation, especially recording and interpretation. As a member of the Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage, he provides technical support to the centre. Antony was Co-Investigator for the Hawara Pyramid and Labyrinth Project, led the Virtual Reconstruction of Nottingham Castle Project, and has contributed to other global projects. Antony has expertise in LiDAR, photogrammetry, thermology and modelling for survey and record, especially in the conservation of buildings and heritage sites. The use of this technology in the area of sustainability through retrofit and repurposing is of special interest.

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