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Jonathan Durand

ARQUITECTONICA

BIM Coordinator

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Jonathan, a seasoned BIM Coordinator with over 6 years of experience in architecture and construction, leads and coordinates projects across various sectors, including retail, residential, housing, interior, and commercial. Certified in Autodesk tools like Revit Architecture, Navisworks Manage, and Revit MEP, Jonathan is a proficient expert.

Actively pursuing a Master Internacional BIM Management at Barcelona University, Jonathan is dedicated to expanding his knowledge in BIM methodologies. His passion lies in optimizing building design, construction, and operation, emphasizing collaboration among stakeholders.

Fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, Jonathan brings a strong background in architectural design, project management, and BIM coordination. Eager to embrace new technologies and best practices, he proactively shares insights with his team and clients. His journey reflects a commitment to excellence, blending proficiency, passion, and a dedication to continuous growth in the dynamic intersection of architecture and BIM coordination.

 What to expect during the event

ISO 19650 plays a pivotal role in shaping effective design coordination within the realm of construction and infrastructure development. This international standard provides a structured framework for managing information throughout the life cycle of built assets, with a specific emphasis on leveraging Building Information Modeling (BIM) and other digital technologies.

At its core, ISO 19650 focuses on standardizing information management practices to facilitate seamless collaboration among diverse project stakeholders. The standard outlines essential elements, including information requirements, Common Data Environments (CDE), and delineates the roles and responsibilities of project participants. Its global applicability ensures relevance across a spectrum of construction projects.

It is important to underscore the critical role of design coordination in achieving project objectives by reducing errors, optimizing resource allocation, and enhancing overall collaboration. ISO 19650's adoption promises numerous benefits, such as improved project outcomes, risk mitigation, and streamlined communication.

In an era where the construction industry is increasingly embracing digital transformation, ISO 19650 emerges as a cornerstone for harmonizing information management.

Design - Coordination - Management

Design Coordination - ISO 19650

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