Welcome to People in Revu! New for 2017, this Q&A series will show the world some of the amazing individuals that make the AEC industry the dynamic industry it is today – in your words, of course.
Understanding BIM can be quite the daunting task, and applying it on an actual jobsite can be even tougher. Thanks to this free webinar, presented by BIM+, Construction Manager and Bluebeam, some of this complex information is explained in great detail.
“The AEC industry is broken,” says Barton Malow Project Director Jason McFadden. Intrigued, StrXur’s Sasha Reed went to investigate
Interoperability—a hot topic that poses important questions: Can the business-critical technologies we rely on work together? And are tech leaders listening to the needs of their customers? During her round table interview at AECX, Bluebeam VP Sasha Reed met the statement that hackathons exist because the tech industry doesn’t build the right solutions or create systems that “talk” to each other. Knowing that tech had a rebuttal, she invited technologists from Procore, Trimble, Fieldlens and Bluebeam, along with a common customer, to discuss the challenges software companies face while striving for interoperability, and how the tech and AEC industries may
A project engineer turned technology consultant shares unique insights into technology implementation.
In part two of our discussion with ZGF Principal and Project Manager Kimberly Kilgour, we learn about some of the unique features and challenges of creating the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s permanent home at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, CA. After 25 missions, the Space Shuttle Endeavour was formally decommissioned in 2011. Shortly after, NASA announced that the California Science Center would become Endeavour’s new permanent home, where it has been on display for the public to enjoy since 2012. Having previously completed both the master plan and design of the original California Science Center building (Phase 1) and the
Kimberly Kilgour, AIA, LEED AP, Principal and Project Manager at ZGF Architects recently talked to us about some favorite projects, how she and her team created a net zero energy lab building, and what advice she’d give to young architects.