I am an architecture and design aspirant with a professional experience in implementation, delivery and Training in BIM. Worked closely with globally renowned organizations on some of the most prestigious projects all around the globe. Extensive experience in BIM and digital strategy implementation and well versed in BIM ISO 19650 standards. Implementation and management of BIM protocol on large scale design and build projects from kick-off to handover. Experienced in BIM authoring, Model integrity checks, 3d Modelling, BIM documentation, automation, generative designs, 4D/5D simulations, logistics planning and construction sequence simulations. Software training for individuals, and customized training for organizations to make a smooth transition from traditional practices into BIM and Digital Twin. Specialized tutorials for professionals seeking software training in 3D modelling and Model management from design to facility management stages, 4D and 5D informative simulations and Rendered construction sequencing process simulations. Ability and interest to learn new techniques and software. Team building and team management in both office as well as remote working setup. Driven by the passion for design tech and automation. A decent learner, listener and team player.
What to expect during the event
Working in the Design and Construction industry in different capacities and different project stages, I have come to realise and understand that the meaning of BIM and its end use keeps changing at different project stages. These stages are handled by many different companies and individuals with vastly varying mindsets, standards and approach. This is the reason why a great product in BIM at one stage of the project and one team can be of literally no use at another stage or another team. Therefore the foremost important task is to measure the utility of standards, protocols and BIM languages that can work for different stages and teams in the project. Moreover, looking beyond the conventional strategies in BIM, professionals and companies have a collective duty to extend the power and use of BIM to other departments than just design and engineering. Some examples are using BIM for construction sequencing by planning departments, logistics planning and movement simulations by logistics department, creating safety plans and egress plans for construction sites by the safety department and much more.
Realizing the gaps between Project knowledge and Digital Information