BIM professional with good experience in design and construction management, working towards the elimination of any disadvantage and confusion the new technology brings in the AEC industry.
Having been involved in the whole building life-cycle (on site and in office) and my passion for the AEC industry and the technology, have given me correct skills and the knowledge to apply BIM successfully and not just in theory.
I have been following the developments in the fields of construction, CAD & B.I.M. Industry, and digital technology for more than 8 years now while updating my knowledge improving the quality of my work.
Specialties: Revit Architecture (Revit user since 2003), BIM Management, IPD, Surveying, 3d Visualization, Revit Families Creation
Advanced knowledge of BIM software such as Autodesk Civil 3d, Map 3d, Solibri, Navisworks, Revit Structure,MEP and others
Advanced knowledge of CAD/Modelling software such as Autocad and Google SketchUp
Advanced knowledge of Survey software such as Arc View-GIS, Leica CloudWorx, Faros Scene
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