May is a construction solicitor of over a decade experience, and is a specialist on BIM legal and contractual issues. She is a senior solicitor in Carillion’s construction legal team, and is heavily involved in the legal and contractual aspects of Carillion’s BIM strategy. Prior to Carillion, May was a senior associate at the international law firm, Kennedys, where she advised consultants, contractors and insurers on BIM legal issues and drafted bespoke BIM documentation.
May is the author of the award-winning Society of Construction Law paper, ‘BIM: The Legal Frontier- overcoming the legal and contractual obstacles’, based on her longer dissertation of the same title. She has spoken at BIM events in the UK, Ireland and Singapore, and is the author of multiple articles on BIM legal topics. She is a member of the BIM4FM group, the 4D BIM working group and participated in the KCL BIM research group which recently published its paper which Mark Bew called “a fascinating cross-sectional view of the current market state”.