Construction is an industry that always sizes up the obstacles, adapts to the challenges, and finds a way to forge

San Francisco-based BIM firm Modulus Consulting has worked on some of the most notable buildings in the Bay Area, including

Coordinating MEPF work on the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi is no easy task. A project BIM Lead discusses the unique project.

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.

Nic Goldsmith, FAIA, LEED AP and Senior Principal at FTL Design Engineering Studio in New York City, is a pioneer in bringing tensile structure design to the United States. These structures utilize exotic materials like Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), also commonly known by the brand name Teflon, and Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE), often seen on professional sports stadium dome roofs.

  “The AEC industry is broken,” says Barton Malow Project Director Jason McFadden. Intrigued, StrXur’s Sasha Reed went to investigate how McFadden is uniting diverse generations of expertise on a massive jobsite to affect cultural industry change. The following transcript of the video version of this conversation is lightly edited for clarity. Jason McFadden, E.I.T., LEED AP, Project Director, Barton Malow 2011 ENR Southeast Top 20 Under 40 Sasha Reed, Vice President of Strategic Development, Bluebeam Author, StrXur by Bluebeam and DIGITAL COM Blog Sasha: So Jason, we’re sitting here in Daytona International Speedway® on the DAYTONA Rising project. I’ve