The fifth North America Revit Technology Conference will occur on July 23 – 25 in Washington D.C. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to network, learn from experts and knowledge-share with an international community of their peers.
On Thursday, July 23, I have the pleasure of discussing how design technology can foster design and BIM workflows. In my presentation, “Conceptual Design and Analysis: BIM in High Gear,” I will show how my design team uses Autodesk FormIt and Revit for high-speed conceptual design and analysis.
From the details of design come great collaborative spaces – and I love to see my projects in use. Each of my designs has a purpose—from technically challenging surgical spaces, to soaring and welcoming lobbies—that I hope will have an effect on all who pass through the space.
My commitment to excellence in developing and implementing design concepts is employed in each project countrywide, touching every service line. My extensive experience designing buildings with complex scope and three-dimensional character has enabled me to focus my teams on process, strategy and workflow to incorporate design software at the inception of the design process.
This early integration maintains a downstream transfer of information from design to documentation. We employ BIM on all projects, working with industry fabricators to translate information direct to fabrication across a range of scales from buildings to commissioned sculpture. Currently, I am focusing Revit’s ability to create parametric model components to provide inherent flexibility in the design process.