Stephen Good - CEO
Construction Scotland Innovation Centre
As Chief Executive of Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC), Stephen is responsible for delivering CSIC’s strategic vision, the aim of which is to champion innovation and connect Scotland’s construction industry to deliver transformational change. CSIC exists to enable the industry to exploit global opportunities by mainstreaming a culture of innovation in the built environment.
Stephen qualified as an architect in 1998 before spending nine years at Anderson Bell & Christie designing and delivering residential, education and healthcare projects. In 2007, he joined construction group CCG to lead the technical delivery of the £12million state-of-the-art offsite manufacturing facility, now regarded as one of the UK’s most advanced.
Taking on the role of Design Director at CCG in 2010 saw Stephen responsible for research and development activities across the organisation and the establishment of the Building Futures Lab, a specialist sustainability, design and innovation consultancy.
Stephen has held his role at CSIC since the centre’s launch in October 2014, and during this time he has grown the organisation from a start-up business plan idea to a trusted delivery partner, led by industry demand and driving construction innovation across Scotland. Stephen actively supports the industry through his activity with key groups across the sector including the Construction Leadership Forum and the Construction Leadership Council.
3 Watt Place
Hamilton International Technology Park