Søren Sti Andersen
NIRASArchitect who advice Clients in ICT and BIM - primarily large scale and complex hospital projects. The consultancy range from Classic BIM on operational level over mangement amoung project leaders to a strategic level for leaders and decisionsmakers. Beside that on a higher level participate in the community BIM Aarhus which makes the perspective wider in terms of a local/national focus and by making coorporation with BILT also strives for a international perspective. The multidisciplinary insight on large scale projects has given insight about how BIM Management should be seen as a part of a business strategy and where focus should be set.
Norconsult ASBy day, MSc Civil Engineer in tunneling, member of Norwegian Tunnelling Society (NFF), the professional association of the rock blasting and tunnelling industry of Norway. By night, BIM and technology enthusiast and Dynamo junkie.
Norconsult ASThomas Angeltveit is civil engineer specialized in railroad technology. Beyond technical expertise he is an technology enthusiast that has BIM Coordinators role in multiple large scale infrastructure projects.
Anel GroupWorking with BIM industry since 2008. Consulting, training too many company and people. Now working Anel Grup with all international projects as a BIM Manager.
HKSJorge Barrero is a Senior Designer and Vice President with global architecture firm HKS. He has 19 years of experience in the field of architecture design, visualization, computation and digital fabrication. He has served as adjunct faculty at Harrington College of Design teaching a digital design studio. He has been a word contributor for 3D World Magazine and his work has been featured in AEC magazine and in the EXPOSE digital art book series. He has participated in various speaking engagements, including Shape to Fabrication in London, Develop3D, Design Visualization LIVE at Autodesk University, Xconomy, CTBUH and Vray Days events.
His project experience is varied, ranging from aviation projects to high performance office buildings. Most recently he led the design team for the first 3D printed office building in Dubai. He continues to explore the process of design aided by digital tools and technology in order to create a design solution that creates a better user experience for all.
Herzog & de MeuronFrederic Beaupere is an architect working at Herzog de Meuron since 2012.There he joined the Digital Technologies Group team, where he works as a BIM Manager. Beside the usual tasks like setup, training and support, he enjoys to help teams with pyRevit scripts at all kinds of tasks, that he creates with RevitPythonShell. Before joining HdM in Switzerland Basle, he worked at various offices Hamburg and Berlin like Laura Jahnke Architekten, Zaha Hadid and Barkow Leibinger, after his diploma at TU Kaiserslautern 2007. He enjoys writing Python both at work and at home.
MT HøjgaardOle Berard is a department manager in the VDC Divison of MT Højgaard. The focus of Ole and his team is on supporting MT Højgaard’s design and construction teams in our collaborative and model-based design and estimation process from early design through preconstruction. Ole has been working with BIM and VDC for more than 10 years. He holds a PhD and BSc in Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Denmark as well as a MSc in Software Development from the IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark.
AutodeskKyle is the Sr. Product Line Manager for BIM Project Delivery at Autodesk, leading the Product Management team responsible for Collaboration for Revit, as well as cloud-based Project Delivery efforts at Autodesk. As part of that responsibility, Kyle works with Autodesk customers to understand their workflow and efficiency needs, and then works with the product team to execute on the most important of them. Before this current responsibility, Kyle was a long-time member of the Revit Product Management team.
Kristian Birch Pedersen
Exigo A/SBACKGROUND - Structural engineer, master of IT, and PhD within IT in construction. I have 15 years of experience as a consultant and prior to that practical experience as a contractor. Since 2010, I have been CEO at Exigo. Exigo has specialized in project and risk management using BIM/VDC.
STRENGTHS - I have a passion for improving and questioning status-quo and use that every day to create tangible results for my customers and develop the skills of my employees. I have a strong combination of three university degrees and practical experience from design and client advisory services on a number of complex building projects.
Implementation of 3D working methods, location-based planning (4D) and cost estimation (5D) are my core skills.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT - RFID (Radio Freq. Identification) in construction, entrepreneurship, mobile technology, production control systems, lean construction and construction ontology development are among my research and development interests.
COWICesare is passionate about technologies with experience in the construction field, involved for more than 10 years, with 2D and 3D CAD/BIM processes implementation.
During those years Cesare has been a BIM Manager/Coordinator, Pre-sales and Post-sales technical expert with direct involvement with customers. After an experience in Middle East in a M&E Design and Build company working for QRail Metro Project, I'm actually based in Copenhagen working for COWI in the BTM department. My goal is to develop a full BIM approach including the use of Dynamo to link existing processes.
GeotecturaSpecializing in innovative design, and committed to sustainability, Architect Professor Cory is the founder of Geotectura office that provides creative and practical architectural solutions to social and environmental challenges.Born in 1971, Joseph Cory earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the Israel Institute of Technology in 1998, where he subsequently also earned a master's degree and PhD in Architecture. Since 2008 Dr. Cory is a faculty member at the Department of Interior-Building and Environment Design at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. In 2008 Dr. Cory founded Geotectura studio, which promotes sustainable design throughout the world. Cory combines his academic activities and research with an architectural practice.Cory's sustainable projects received worldwide recognition in publications, exhibitions and awards.
Ed. Züblin AGSandra is an architect from Buenos Aires, Argentina working as an engineer for Construction Operation & Process Planning at Ed. Züblin AG in Stuttgart, Germany since January 2012. Her everyday work is scheduling, construction sequencing and site planning for turn-key projects as well as for structural works projects. These are mainly residential, office and commercial buildings in Germany, usually starting at the tender phase and accompanying the construction during the execution phase. This allows her to keep in touch with the site where the added value of construction is actually being generated. Besides that, her job is also to train her colleagues in the BIM/4D way of working. She believes that every planner should learn how they can improve working model-based, simulating before executing. She is always looking for better ways to use BIM in 4D to their benefit, to make their job easier.
CN3Jacob Drachmann is a Civil Engineer based in Copenhagen working with Computational Design and Digital Fabrication methods in construction projects. Jacob has worked with the integration of digital fabrication technologies in the design and construction of projects like Ny Nørreport Station, The Silo in Copenhagen, Kirk Kapital HQ and currently the curved facade of the Tivoli Corner designed by PCF&P in New York. Jacob teaches Computaional design at The Technical University of Denmark and is partner in the Danish VDC company CN3.
Synchro SoftwareGreg has degrees in architecture (University of Oregon, MIT) but has spent most of his career helping design software for the Architecture/Engineering/Construction market. He was an original member of the Revit Technology team and worked for Autodesk for over 10 years. Today, he is the Director of Product Development at Synchro Software, where he is focused on bringing the power of 4D visualization to the world of complex construction.
BuroHappold EngineeringMichal achieved his Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering at Poznan University of Technology in Poland in 2006. He started his career with Arup, where he achieved his Chartership status with CIBSE and formed a strong grounding in the Built Environment. Currently working for BuroHappold in Berlin as senior engineer, Michal is responsible for leading energy simulation on a number of large projects and forging the link between energy simulation and MEP design. He is passionate about creative new approaches to modelling and thermal simulation, adopting parametric design techniques and BIM workflows concentrating on calculations and thereby improving project efficiency. Outside of work, you might find Michal beekeeping, playing badminton, or programming.
INGENIØR'NE A/SAfter Emil Edvardsen received his bachelor's degree from the Technical University of Denmark in 2007, he worked for four years as a technical specialist; teaching various Autodesk Revit platforms, with a special focus on Autodesk Revit MEP during his employment at one of the largest Autodesk reseller firms in Northern Europe. He has written training manuals and held several presentations at conferences including RTC Europe 2016, as one of the Top 10 speakers. From 2011 onward, Emil has worked as a MEP engineer, whilst implementing BIM and upgrading the skills of internal Autodesk software users. One of his continuing goals is to develop a natural workflow between Revit users and non-Revit users.
Sheppard RobsonKevin studied at Cambridge University, England, and has a master's degree in Architecture, now working as Regional BIM Lead at Sheppard Robson in Manchester, England. Kevin has over 11 years hands on AEC industry experience. Skilled in Revit Architecture, AutoCAD, and Navisworks, he is a Certified Revit Professional, and has delivered many training courses relating to its use. Currently a Committee member of Manchester Revit User Group (MRUG). Kevin focuses on delivering efficiencies throughout the practice through implementation of BIM, better process management, and efficient software use, and automation.
ArupShawnee Finlayson is a structural technician working within the Building Structures Team in the Arup Sydney office. She has been using Autodesk, Inc., products for over 6 years, including Revit software, Navisworks software, and the Dynamo extension. She is passionate about the implementation of parametric workflows on projects, and is continuously looking for new ways to push the limits of the software and practices. She has gained experience through a vast range of exciting projects while collaborating with a number of internationally renowned architects, and she now uses her knowledge of Revit software and Dynamo to train her team at Arup.
GrimshawRadu likes to bill himself as a creative thinker, walking the fine line between unencumbered creativity and highly rational and analytical thinking. Also likes to wear many hats, amongst which : BIM manager at Grimshaw, coder, maker, BIM geek, musician and university lecturer. With a background in computer programming, followed up by an architectural education, it should come as no surprise Radu is constantly tinkering with robotics, making bespoke applications for AEC, hacking together interactive models or arguing on twitter about all things BIM.
Mecanoo ArchitectsJohan is an technical architect who specialized in computational design and Building Information Modeling for the global projects of Mecanoo architects. Starting his career as engineer using Revit in 2009 he finished his dual architectural degree in 2013 and became a self-taught expert of a variety of design, visualization and authoring tools. Johan is actively developing and promoting user friendly automated workflows for emerging technologies like Cloud Collaboration, Design Script and Virtual Reality. He enjoys to push the limits of design-tools to create inspiring buildings and strongly believes sharing, teaching and collaborating with other AEC professionals leads to an enhanced creativity and better architecture.
Autodesk Inc.Anthony Hauck has been involved in architecture, engineering, construction, and technology for more than 30 years. As an architect, millwork project manager, software developer, and IT Director, he has always looked to technology to help solve issues facing the building industry. He joined the Autodesk Revit team in 2007, holding a succession of product management positions in the group until joining Autodesk AEC Generative Design in 2015 as its Director of Product Strategy, where he is responsible for helping define the next generation of building software products and services for the AEC industry.
Martin Romby Hauge
LINK Arkitektur DenmarkSince 2008, Martin has been working in the field of BIM. As a young Constructing Architect, Martin jumped in the deep end, and has since been in charge of BIM in several large-scale, complex construction projects; primarily within hospitals and laboratories. This experience has provided him with valuable knowledge, and an understanding of the strategic benefits of BIM in architecture, cross-functional collaboration and construction.As Head of BIM at LINK Arkitektur Denmark, Martin has multiple specialist functions regarding implementation and use of clash detection, external data management databases and design optimization with visual programming. In addition to this project focus, Martin works as a strategic client advisor for public and governmental organizations in Denmark and the Faroe Islands.With a dedicated group of specialized colleagues, Martin works to ensure the continued development of BIM. He is a member of the BIMAarhus board, which has a supporting role for BILT Europe.
RambøllTord Jacobsen is an MEP engineer working at Rambøll Norway for 5 years. Through designing residential buildings, culture centers and universities, he has developed a broad experience in the field and on Revit practices. Striving to find the means of streamlining workflows for a more efficient and fun workday, Tord is constantly looking to integrate project solutions. He also contributes to Rambøll Norway BIM development and is responsible for Revit HVAC development.
NTI CADcenter ASEngaged solution provider and speaker. Helping customers and organisations make good dissensions when it comes to digitalisation, BIM, openBIM and downstream use of BIM and openBIM in 4D, collaboration and Facility management.
Anders With Kaas
Aarstiderne ArchitectsEducated Constructing Architect in 1991. I have been working at Aarstiderne Architects, for 10 years, 8 years with support/development at Revit and Excel.
For 6 years, I have been teaching Revit at VIA University College in Aarhus (Constructing Architects)
After coding some in Excel (VBA), I started writing small plugins for Revit (C#), starting with small things as schedule and image export on selected views to e.g. Importing data into parameters from Excel and making changes in the model with data from Excel, and have moved on to do applications like LandScape4Revit that handles some of the challenges with Landscape in Revit.
MT HøjgaardSylvester Knudsen is doing a master degree in the field of Building Informatics at Aalborg University, while working at one of Denmark's biggest general contractors MT Hoejgaard, as part of the Computational Design and Construction group, which goal is to implement and develop computation in the company’s daily workflows. Passionatede about BIM, utilizing data and computational workflows, Sylvester strives on making better projects by using data for better decision making. In his daily work Revit and Dynamo are the primary tools for data management.
Kompolschek ArchitectsArchitect working with revit and dynamo
CADD MicrosystemsWorking many years in the architectural/engineering industry, both in production-design and currently in technology support, Jason has aimed for the simple goal of making sure people can get their jobs done in the most efficient and productive way possible. Through training, software implementation, hardware deployment, and support (throw a little programming in as well), he has worked hard to achieve this goal.
Supporting a firm of up to 300 people and managing an IT support staff has shown him the importance of tempering the need for enforced standards and guidelines with personal tailored one-on-one support.
Jason's most exciting achievements are when he is able to leverage new technology in a meaningful, productive, and often inexpensive way to let everyone make sure the work get done.
LendleaseRichard Kuppusamy is a chartered British Architect with more than 15 years of experience in the AEC industry delivering large scale projects in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia regions. At Lendlease, he is the Regional Digital Integration Manger for Asia; responsible for leading digital technology innovation and processes to support projects from design, construction, through to facility management. Richard provides strategic leadership and governance for the implementation and operation of BIM/VDC throughout the organization in Asia.
In his commitment to open collaboration and advancement of BIM/VDC adoption, Richard has contributed to the development of the Building Construction Authority (BCA), Singapore BIM Guide and lectures at the BCA Academy on BIM Management and Legal & Contractual matters. His experience in architecture and delivering BIM enabled projects encompasses a wide spectrum of sectors including education, commercial, residential, healthcare and transport.
ContelosOliver is a Structural Engineer working for the German Autodesk Reseller Contelos GmbH in Hanover. He is the head of the AEC Consultant team from Contelos and responsible for BIM Implementation, Training and Development for different companies in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He is also a known speaker about BIM and Workflows in digital models at different seminars for Architects and Engineers and a regular presenter at Autodesk University Germany. Working with Revit on real projects since 2007 he has great experience in modelling different kind of families and civil structures e.g. railway stations, bridges or wastewater treatment plants. Since 2011 he is also writing a blog about Revit / BIM and he is the Co-Founder of the Revit User Group D-A-CH (Germany - Austria - Switzerland).
AutodeskHeather Lech is a licensed architect and has been working for Autodesk since 2005 where she is involved in designing, developing and testing Autodesk Revit. Her current role is Product Owner and UX Manager for AEC. She has taught Revit to architecture students at both the Boston Architectural College and Wentworth Institute of Technology and most recently in Rwanda for Mass Design. As a Product Owner, she works closely with local architecture firms conducting usability studies, prioritizing customer needs and staying connected to the ever-evolving needs of the building community.
Groupe LegendreGraduate in construction engineering at ESITC Caen, I started my working life in a SME company named CMEG as an apprentice. I realized a projet, at the end of my studies, about BIM Interoperability. I'm interested in digital and construction since the beginning of my high school studies. I discovered the process BIM in Danemark at VIA University College during my 4th year in engineering school. I join Legendre group in December 2014. This group is based in Rennes and he has several projects in the northwest of France and in London.
Pilbrow & PartnersRalf Lindemann is a Senior Associate Partner at Pilbrow & Partners, London, UK. He leads the firm wide integration of state-of-the-art technology and directs the vision and team dedicated to a dynamic and progressive digital agenda. At P&P he worked on a variety of projects where he has integrated latest Parametric/BIM technologies. Prior to joining P&P Ralf was a Computational Designer at Ian Simpson Architects where he worked on a variety of high profile national and international projects, including One Blackfriars, a 50 storey residential tower in London currently under construction. As a key member of the London Design Computing Community, a social network comprised of professionals within the AEC building industry, he organizes evening talks focused on design and technology. In his early days he worked in Mexico for a non-government organization building social infrastructure projects for local communities.
Nathan LoveNathan has vast experience in Structural Design Drafting, covering all types of structures, plus also spending some time in civil, marine, mining and infrastructure. In the last 10 years Nathan has been using Revit and been heavily involved in the BIM space, providing training, creating workflows, setting up BIM execution plans and creating content. Nathan is a founding committee member for his local BIM community www.brisbim.com and is always looking for new ways to deliver projects through innovation and different technology. As a BIM Manager Nathan has set up drafting standards and BIM execution plans at various companies, but is even more passionate in being innovative to think outside the box when it comes to delivery methods in the building space. As a regular speaker at past conferences, Nathan enjoys sharing knowledge and learning from others in the design technology field.
BD Mackey ConsultingBetter known as “The Revit Geek”, Brian has spent more than 25 years in the AEC industry, about 10 of which have been focused on Revit and BIM. After nearly a decade of working with Architects and Engineers to advance BIM in their companies, Brian started his BIM consulting company in 2011 to focus on custom high-level training and mentoring. Brian has clients all over the US and Canada that generally tolerate his sarcastic nature in exchange for his wide breadth of BIM knowledge. Brian showcases his love of talking about Revit, or maybe just his love talking, in a monthly light-hearted, occasionally irreverent, free Q&A webcast, Revit Radio. Brian is a regular speaker at many conferences, including Autodesk University, BIM Workshops and RTC North America, where he has been awarded top speaker several times
Martin/MartinDesirée (Dezi) has been in the AEC industry for more than 15 years. After obtaining her bachelor's and master’s degrees from University of California, Davis and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, she perpetuated her nerdy tendencies with Revit. She started her career in California with a construction company, then with a structural engineering firm, and now is a practicing structural engineer and BIM Manager at Martin/Martin in Denver, Colorado.
Dezi is a regular speaker at many conferences, she co-founded the Rocky Mountain Building Information Society and is the Chair of the Structural Engineers Association of Colorado's BIM Committee. Finally, as if that is not enough Revit in her life, she is married to “The Revit Geek” and acts as a partner in his BIM consulting firm, BD Mackey Consulting.
Rambøll A/SDaniel Maimann is Senior ICT Manager at Rambøll Pharma and holds a Cand.scient.techn masters degree in “Construction Management and informatics”. The Pharma department at Rambøll helps the pharmaceutical industry with engineer disciplines for building production, process, research and other facilities. As head of ICT/BIM for Pharma, Daniel Maimann’s main focus is using digitalisation to
“work smarter – not harder” across the department and Rambøll.
Imagine BIMI am a Project Manager by training and a General Contractor/ Real Estate Developer and BIM Consultant by profession. I bring the unique combination of a US based MS in Construction Management and hands on field experience in the Indian and US construction industry. BIM naturally complements my core competency. In addition to the Architectural perspective, I view BIM from a construction execution and management perspective. Before modeling, the only question I ask is, “Will this element generate information accurate enough for the site?” This enhances a level of precision over and above that required by Architecture. My consulting experience in the area of BIM spans Africa, Europe, Mexico and India. I greatly benefited from attending RTC Dublin, 2014 and have wanted to repay RTC ever since. My focus has evolved from modeling techniques to making BIM a viable business alternative, which is where I would like to contribute.
StantecRobert works for Stantec out of their Boston MA office. As a member of the Buildings Group Digital practice team Robert is a leader in the implementation and support of new processes and technology throughout the organization. Currently his key responsibilities include: management of custom software development, management of the migration and integration of Design Technology for individual acquisitions, interactions with technology vendors, liaison with IT for configuration and deployment of software and technology as well keeping pace with technology trends. Robert has worked on a variety of building design projects of various scales and at all stages. He has also spoken at a number of events and conferences over the years, including AU, RTC, and BIMforum. When not running around the globe and helping teams he enjoys his family and enjoys skiing, swimming and biking.
MOE A/SAlejandro Mata is HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) engineer at MOE Engineers in Copenhagen, one of the largest consulting engineering firms in Denmark. He is really enthusiastic about building technologhy and devoted to developing and optimizing the design process of building services by using computational design, data analytics and data mining. Alejandro has been using Autodesk products for the last 10 years with a detailed focus in Revit MEP, Dynamo, digital collaboration and open standards in the last years. He pursued a double BS in civil engineering and architectural technology, and he has received an MSc in civil engineering with a focus on energy design from DTU - Technical University of Denmark. Despite his young age, Alejandro has worked on some well-known projects, especially in his experience at BIG Architects and MOE Engineers.
Godwin Austen JohnsonAndy Milburn is an Associate at Godwin Austen Johnson, Architects, with a special responsibility for BIMstrategy & Revit implementation. He has had a varied career, abandoning architecture in his twenties tobecome a bricklayer. After spending 8 years as a builder and another 8 as an educator in newly independentZimbabwe, he returned to architecture in his late thirties. For the past 25 years he has worked as an architectin Africa and the Middle East, taking a keen interest in the impact of computer technology on the profession.His blog "Shades of Grey" is well known in the Revit world. He has 3 adult children and a grandson, spreadaround the globe and in his spare time plays blues guitar.
aDNThe Danish architect Daniel Nielsen became interested in sustainability in 2001 and he now has both broad understanding and practical experience in creating "Architectural Sustainability." He works on projects at various scales - from buildings to planning - with the aim of creating high architectural quality designs that take comfort, climate conditions, and resources into account. He integrates Green BIM into his work – using digital 3D modeling and simulation tools to visualize and validate his designs. At the moment he is involved in various research projects and education programs as external researcher and educator at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture. Besides this he also consults about architectural design at architecture firms.
Jostein Berger Olsen
SwecoJostein Olsen is a structural engineer working for Sweco Norway AS. Here he has gathered 8 years of experience in the AEC industry working on everything from small scale industrial projects to large infrastructure projects. He has a wide experience with practical BIM workflows and has digged deep into into the wonderful world of Dynamo, on which he has his own blog jbdynamo.blogspot.com. He is also a moderator on the official Dynamo forum and is a strong believer in the Dynamo Community. He has a passion for finding the practical middleground between the BIM-idealists and the more conservative forces in the industry and thinks parametric modelling software closes the gap.
coBuilderHarald Onarheim is the Director of Business Development – BIM for coBuilder, a software development firm specializing in construction product data management, based in Oslo, Norway. As one of the first BIM professionals in Norway, Harald graduated from Fagskolen in Oslo as a BIM technician in 2009. Freshly out of university, he and two fellow students started BIM Consult. After six years as a privately owned company, the highly successful six-employee BIM Consult was acquired by Sweco Norway and rebranded as Sweco BIM Lab. Since 2016 Harald is among coBuilder’s most valuable assets. He is responsible for developing methodologies, tools and processes to streamline product development so that the company can provide the most practical solutions through his invaluable BIM insights.
Woods BagotBrian Ringley is an Associate and Design Technology Specialist at Woods Bagot, where he integrates computational methods for model data interoperability, performance-driven design, and geometric rationalization for fabrication and construction into project production through platform training, bespoke applications, and intensive project support.
He has taught at the University of Cincinnati DAAP, City Tech, City College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, +FARM, and the AA Visiting School, and currently teaches courses on data-driven parametric design, interoperable workflow convergence, and robotic automation for architectural manufacturing at Pratt Institute’s Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) program.
Prior to Woods Bagot, he worked for R&Sie(n) in Paris, Dellekamp Arquitectos in Mexico City, and Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in NYC and London. Brian runs the design technology education website and podcast Designalyze along with Zach Downey of Full Stack Modular.
Office For Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)Christopher is an architectural BIM Manager at OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture), specializing in design technology. Originally from Australia where he completed a Master of Architecture, Chris has worked with Architects in Melbourne, London, and now Rotterdam where he currently resides. Chris has 10 years experience as both a Revit user and implementer of BIM, and is currently working with OMA to integrate new tools into their design workflow.
ArupEducated as an architect with a specialization in parametric design I´m passionate about bringing BIM to the next level to support us in creating better future proof buildings in multi discipline teams.I've been working for several years in Architecture and currently work for Arup as a BIM manager for the Europe region. Supporting multiple projects and BIm develpments.
VictaulicRalph Schoch is the Revit, Technology, and Internal Support Manager in the Construction Piping Services Division (CPS) at Victaulic, a leading manufacturer of mechanical pipe-joining and fire protection systems. For 21 years he has been designing 3D piping system layouts for projects throughout the world. His interest in 3D system modeling led him to begin developing content for Revit in 2009. Ralph develops families and add-ins that allow engineers and contractors to design piping systems within Revit using Victaulic products. Victaulic families have been used around the world from engineering to construction with full fabrication from the Revit model. In addition to Revit, Ralph has experience in Navisworks, Fabrication CADmep, Inventor, Solidworks, and Bentley Autoplant. He is a board member for the Lehigh Valley BIM Professionals Group and is a member of Autodesk Developers Network and Professional Member of AUGI. Autodesk Revit MEP 2015 Certified Professional.
Shaw Architectural SolutionsConor debuted with the BILT community as a panel speaker at RTC in Delft, 2014, discussing BIM for SMEs. Trained as a construction engineer he has recently received his Masters in Construction and Real Estate Management from the HTW Berlin. He established Shaw Architectural Solutions in 2014 which offers BIM consultancy services throughout Europe. His clients include Buro Happold Engineering, Berlin, Farrimond MacManus Archaeological Surveyors, Belfast and Riques Raques Architecture in Helsinki. Recently Conor has been involved in establishing a network of professionals with a shared vision of sustainable building practices and is currently working on a number of straw-bale housing projects.
AECOMAdam’s role is focused on the developing systems and people skills to deliver BIM and DE project deliverables to clients across AECOM’s market sectors. This involves supporting & upskilling teams to deliver workflows and decision making to ensure best value for our clients, and allowing AECOM’s talented team to focus on design rather than on output. Adam works as part of the AECOM BIM Advisory group providing technical and strategic advice relating to contracts, BIM Execution Plans, project deliverables, support, management and system tools on our BIM Management and BIM2FM Integration partnerships with Clients. His other role is to manage the scope and product development of new applications working with AECOM’s Technology as a Service & GIS teams.
NIRASGeodata consultant. Specialities: GIS, CAD and geodata management.
LHBDaniel John Stine, CSI, CDT is an author, instructor, BIM manager, and architect with 23 years of experience. Working fulltime at LHB, a 250person multidiscipline firm in Minnesota, Daniel provides training and support for all disciplines of Autodesk® Revit® (Architecture, Structure and MEP), AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, and AutoCAD. He currently teaches Revit to architecture and interior design students at North Dakota State University (NDSU). Leveraging his professional and academic experience, Daniel has also written the following textbooks: Interior Design using Revit 2017, Design Integration using Revit 2017 (Architecture, Structure and MEP), Architectural Commercial Design using Revit 2017, Residential Design using Revit 2017, Residential Design using AutoCAD 2017, Commercial Design using AutoCAD 2013, Chapters in Architectural Drawing; Hand Sketching in a Digital World, Hand Sketching, Adobe Photoshop and Google SketchUp for Interior Designers and SketchUp 2013 for Interior Designers.
Maarten van den Berg
iNFRANEAMaarten van den Berg is a BIM and Information Manager at iNFRANEA with a masters degree in Construction Engineering & Management. Making design, engineering, construction and maintenance easier with user-friendly ICT tools motivates him to implement new working methods in construction projects. He implements Building Information Management and Systems Engineering in an integrated Model Based Systems Engineering approach. He and his team use the BIM learning curves in infrastructure and utility building projects for new virtual construction applications. Project teams use VR for virtual construction, testing, maintenance and safety analysis. The need for information in a project team is the key driver for iNFRANEA's risk driven information management approach and VR simulation products.
Limerick Institute of TechnologyLecturer, maker and breaker of all things BIM & ArchVis. Having spent 10+ years as a Project Engineer and Project Manager on multi-million euro M&E projects, Paul’s ‘Career 2.0’ began in Limerick Institute of Technology in 2007 where he spearheaded the introduction of BIM technologies into numerous academic programmes. Currently lecturing on LIT’s Construction Management and Interior Design programmes, where novel uses of BIM, AR & VR applications are developed and explored. Paul’s ‘Career 2.5’ takes the form of BIM and ArchVis training and consultancy. Paul’s personal motto ‘It’s software, you can’t break it’ may be wrong from time to time, but it does create a fun, innovative and effective learning environment. Paul holds degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Software Development.
BimforceMark is an Architect and Information Specialist. He is Co-Founder of Bimforce BIM Manager for the Dutch architectural firm cepezed, which is famous for its industrial approach to architecture. For cepezed he focuses on company standards, plug-inn development, and devising effective workflows and practices. During his architectural studies at the Technical University of Delft he worked for the department of Technical Design and Information on parametric, computational- and blob design using Maya and Pro-Engineer. He modeled the first ever production double curved twist facade using Pro-Engineer for Alcoa. In 2004 he came in contact with Revit, testing it for use in the University curriculum and has been using it ever since. Mark regularly gives lectures on Revit and Building Information Modeling. Mark is currently he is the Vice-Chairman of the Dutch Revit User Group. He co-initiated the Dutch Revit Standards, which are becoming “The Revit Standards” for the Netherlands and Belgium, and have gained interest from throughout Europe.
Leo A DalyDoug is the Director of Digital Practice for Leo A Daly and is LEED AP BD+C as well as CDT certified. Doug is continually seeking technologies and methods that improve the quality, cost-effectiveness and performance of our designs. Doug leads a cohesive team of professionals that can cross-pollinate workflows and expertise to excel the practice at large while implementing an overall strategy for BIM Software Deployment. Doug provides a digital practice vision that elevates his firm’s expertise beyond 3-D modeling and 2-D documentation while implementing data management, optimized design processes and analytical tools. Doug is a member of the National BIM Standards Committee and has +20 years of AEC industry experience. Doug received his Bachelor’s degree in Architecture in 1993. Doug has been a past presenter at multiple RTCNA, RTCEUR, AU, BIMForum, CSI and several regional Revit User Groups. Doug is also a US Army Reserves 20yr veteran.
Piu Hung Yuen
Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative RegionMr. YUEN Piu Hung, Francis, is an Assistant Engineer of the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department of The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Since 2009, he has been involved in R&D on innovative technologies. He engaged in next-generation optical interconnections and network optimization in his M.Phil. study. After joining the EMSD, he started to focus the R&D work on BIM-AM applications in O&M with IoT technology.
Cuningham Group ArchitectureArt - Architecture - Technology - Ideas | AECO technologist, Designer, Artist. As a VDC Director of BIM, Jay Zallan brings unique & qualified insights into the business & creative processes of Architecture, Engineering and Construction with proven strategies for production & growth. Mr. Zallan has well over 20 years of Architectural experience and enjoys a varied & diverse portfolio of both Architecture and Art. He is currently the President of the Los Angeles Revit Users Group, AUGIworld magazine Revit Architecture Editor, and he is a frequent lecturer on Creativity, BIM and Virtual Design & Construction and a former Graphic Standards BIM Advisory Board member. Jay can also be found presenting at Autodesk University, Revit Technology Conferences and as a guest lecturer at the University of Southern California, LACMA, as well as many Universities, AIA, CSI and other industry events.