Having a background in computer science and programming, Marcus headed up IT and programming teams at several companies before joining Nittygritty in 2006. Marcus leads the software development team and provides IT director level consultancy to several of Nittygritty's larger clients.
Marcus Roberts, Technical Director
Lee has a background in furniture technology and design. After leaving college and working with CNC fabrication, he moved to IT manager roles at AHMM and Squire and Partners. He founded Nittygritty with Liam Southwood in 2003. With 20 years’ experience in IT support management, Lee leads the IT team.
Lee Briscoe, Managing Director
An architect before starting Nittygritty with Lee Briscoe in 2003, Liam has delivered a unique combination of IT enablement and BIM services for Nittygritty clients. A regular attendee of Autodesk University and speaker at BIM events around London, he heads the BIM team at Nittygritty and is a subject matter expert in BIM strategy and adoption, encompassing a wide range of digital technologies for successful projects.
Liam Southwood, Operations Director
Mac and Windows support engineer
We are a small but successful IT consultancy based in central London, looking to add to our team of support engineers. We provide onsite IT support and consultancy primarily to companies in the architectural and creative fields, and so offer the opportunity to work at a variety of clients with a wide range of challenging technical needs.
As one of our NGineers® , you will be responsible for providing high level 2nd and 3rd line support to our client’s staff. At the desktop, you will be supporting Mac desktops running MacOS 11 and later. On the server side, you will be supporting Windows Server 2012R2 servers delivering file services, and using Mac servers for solutions such as Apple Remote Desktop, Profile Manager and Casper for deploying desktop machines and software.
• A great team
• Competitive salary
• Opportunity to work with interesting clients in creative sector
We’re looking for candidates with:
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BIM consultant - London, UK
The role will involve working with design teams through project inception and design phases, developing and implementing appropriate, project specific workflows and generally being the ‘go-to’ person for multiple projects.
Apart from the use of Revit there are opportunities to get involved with Formit, NavisWorks, PointSense, Dynamo, Autodesk cloud solutions and the NBS toolkit. Nittygritty are also actively developing bespoke BIM solutions to meet the ever-changing demands of this exciting sphere of work.