Meet the Team

Conor Tansey, CEO & Co-Founder at Tantek4D

Conor Tansey

CEO & Co-Founder

Conor works closely with our clients to understand their needs and requirements for a project, and to ensure that the correct solutions are being utilised for project success. As a civil engineer, Conor has extensive engineering & management experience in major civil engineering projects within the rail and construction sectors throughout the UK and Ireland. Conor completed a BSc in Civil Engineering back in 2005, and due to his commitment to assisting the AECO sector into the digital era, he is currently studying an MSc in Project Management with BIM from Northumbria University.

Paul Tansey, Consultant CTO & Co-Founder Tantek4D

Paul Tansey

CTO & Co-Founder

Dr. Paul Tansey has almost 20 years of practical experience, teaching and research, both in the built environment and construction management fields. Before commencing lecturing at the Institute of Technology Sligo, he spent a decade working in a project management capacity with major construction contractors in Ireland. Paul completed his PhD in strategic management from Queens University Belfast, where he is currently a visiting lecturer. He is also an expert reviewer for Construction Management and Economics (a leading construction management peer-reviewed journal) and sits on the scientific committee of ARCOM. Paul has managed a number of ‘strategic BIM implementation’ projects, for both contractors and foreign governments.

Fergal Broder, Chairman at Tantek4D

Fergal Broder


Fergal Broder is the founder and former CEO of LotusWorks; a global leader in the provision of engineering and technical solutions. Fergal has a comprehensive background in management and is recognized globally as a distinctive leader.He has experience in successfully managing and growing an international business and has thus gained extensive stakeholder engagement expertise. Fergal brings a proven track record in business expansion during challenging competitive environments.

Dennis Browne, Board of Advisors at Tantek4D

Denis Browne

Board of Advisors

Denis Browne is a former Regional Operations Director of Google Data Centres and was responsible for 7x24 operations, including the start-up and commissioning of multiple new Gigawatt Data Centre (DC) facilities across Europe. Denis was an instrumental leader in developing inhouse technical capabilities across all aspects of DC infrastructure and critical operations competencies. He spent 10 years at Google Europe and 17 years at Intel, along with various leadership roles across the globe (UK, USA, Israel and Asia) covering Operations, Maintenance, Construction and Commissioning. Denis studied Electrical Engineering in CIT, obtained a Business Degree with TU Dublin, and has an MSc in Energy and Renewables from Ulster University.

Tom O Callaghan, Board of Advisors at Tantek4D

Tom O' Callaghan

Board of Advisors

Tom has extensive experience in the Power/Energy sector and presently provides Energy Consultancy & Support to Irish, UK and European bodies. Tom has been providing specialist technical support to European Investment Banks for the past 30 years involving investments across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Tom also lectures in Energy/Utilities Management at the Institute of Technology Sligo.

tangy c morgan

Tangy C. Morgan

Board of Advisors

Tangy has over 35 years in the global (re)insurance industry in the US and global catastrophe liability marketplace. Her career in the financial services sector includes working for such companies as Chubb, Guy Carpenter, AIG, and Corporation of Lloyd’s. Prior to her (re)insurance career, she worked in the petroleum industry. Currently, she is an independent Senior Advisor to the Bank of England (PRA), advising on issues such as business models, underwriting, board governance, solvency and capital modelling, regulation, organisational resiliency, technology and diversity and inclusion.

The Powerlist named her as one of the 100 most influential Black people living in the UK. She contributed to the book Black & Great: A Workplace Toolkit by Rene Germain, a UK bestseller.