In my blog posts, I cover many BIM-related subjects that are likely also applied to your project. I hope you’ll read it and feel more encouraged as a result!
Hey there, I’m Zara! I’m a Regional BIM Director.
I believe that BIM, when properly implemented, allows all project team members the opportunity to be the heroes/heroines of their projects! ????????♀️
Although I adore city life I especially enjoy going out of town on weekends to appreciate fresh air and nature.
I’m always striving to balance BIM, home, interests, and family activities.
In this blog, I’ll be discussing BIM-related topics that have actual BIM significance.
I sincerely hope that BIM managers will read this blog and feel less isolated and more supported – don’t BIM alone – BIM is a team sport!
I do not expect everyone to agree with everything I say here, but I hope that it will at least start some interesting discussions!
Fun facts about me:
How did you get into BIM?
I started by teaching myself Revit and Rhino – thanks be to the Autodesk University (AU) classes back then! After several years of messing around, I moved into consulting and training and have been doing this ever since.
What is your BIM experience?
I have worked on projects of all sizes, developed internal BIM training courses, trained hundreds of people, and I’ve participated in the design and construction phases of over 50 projects.
What is your favorite BIM technology?
I think my favorite technology would be any tools that make BIM planning easier ????
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