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Paul Doherty

President and CEO at the digit group, inc.


Paul is the President and CEO of TDG (the digit group and is one of the global industry’s most sought after thought leaders, strategists and integrators of process, technology and business.  A Senior Fellow of the Design Futures Council, Paul is an award-winning architect, author, educator, analyst and advisor to Fortune 500 organizations, global government agencies, prominent institutions and the most prestigious architectural, engineering and contracting firms in the world.   A pioneer in Building Information Modeling (BIM) and a former Fortune 500 corporate officer, Paul is a prominent and highly rated speaker at numerous industry events around the world each year and has been appointed as a guest lecturer at leading universities throughout the world.   His past successful ventures include Revit Technologies (Sold to Autodesk 2002), Buzzsaw (Sold to Autodesk 2001) and TRIRIGA (Sold to IBM 2011).  Paul's current work is focused on Smart City real estate developments that include financing, Executive Project Management Office and Delivery, Central BIM Office services and implementing innovative technology solutions within TDG projects around the world.  TDG’s Smart Cities real estate development projects are operating in Japan, China, New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, India, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Ireland and the USA. Paul accompanied President Trump and Secretary of Commerce Ross as one of the few invited business delegates on their Trade Mission to China, November 8-9, 2017.  Concurrently, Paul is the co-founder and producer of the critically acclaimed and popular AEC Hackathon ( that launched at Facebook Headquarters in Silicon Valley.