BIMThoughts is podcast about BIM technology and techniques.
BIMThoughts has two different kinds of episodes, a panel discussion and interview. Each panel episode we dive as deep as we can about BIM, Revit, AutoCAD, Navisworks or other topics. During our interview episodes we interview top BIM professionals. We learn what makes them tick and their views on BIM, Revit, and the AEC industry.
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Bill Debevc, MCSE
Bill Debevc is an expert in Autodesk software and Information Technology (I.T.) specializing in technologies for the AEC marketplace. He has over 29 years of experience using, supporting, and customizing Autodesk AutoCAD and Revit software. As a Microsoft Certified Systems Expert (MCSE) he uses his extensive I.T. experience to implement industry leading I.T. solutions. Currently, as an Analyst Programmer for LPA, Bill is now sharing his knowledge about Autodesk software helping LPA reduce costs and increase productivity.
You can find Bill on Twitter as @BillDebevc
Carla Edwards is a BIM Implementation Specialist with Beck Group with 22+ years in the AEC Industry. Her project experience has afforded her a strong understanding of best practices in developing Construction Documents for architectural projects through all phases of development and design. This experience along with advanced Revit skills position her to make a significant impact contributing to the knowledge base in Revit best practices, training, and content development. Her amiable and calm nature make her an excellent resource for training and support.
Jeff Pinheiro, AIA
Jeffrey is a registered architect in the state of Connecticut and has 10 years of experience in varying roles throughout the industry. Jeffrey has designed and constructed an array of building types from small residential additions to multi-million dollar hospitals. Jeffrey began his professional career at the age of 16 working in a local architecture firm and continued gaining valuable experience at one of the largest architectural firms in the state.
Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Jeffrey holds a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science (Architecture) from the University of Hartford. Additionally, he obtained associate degrees in Architecture and Construction Management from Norwalk Community College.
Jeffrey is a leader in the industry when it comes to the use of BIM (Building Information Modeling) and technology. He has spoken and taught classes at national conferences and is the creator of The Revit Kid.com (a worldwide resource on all things Revit and BIM related). Additionally, Jeffrey holds the position as BIM Manager of the largest BIM construction management firms.
Marcello is the BIM Director at John A. Martin Structural Engineers in Los Angeles, CA. He is a member of the ASCE-SEI BIM committee and continually speaks at structural professional conferences across the country. Marcello teaches classes regularly at Autodesk University and the Revit Technology Conference where he has earned the highest rated speaker at both conferences. He also beta tests the yearly releases of Revit. He has worked on many projects in the past that have incorporated complex geometry. Some of these projects includes the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA, the Stata Center at MIT, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal Expansion at LAX. Marcello received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering and holds licenses as a Civil and Structural Engineer in California and Hawaii.
Aubrey Frederick offers more than 16 years of experience in the AEC Industry specializing in AutoCAD and BIM technologies. As an Autodesk Certified Professional he provides implementation solutions for BIM best practices, end user software transition, and reduce the cost for the contractor performing the installation. When doing production he utilizes Autodesk AutoCAD MEP, Revit, and Navisworks Manage while also providing technical support. He recently founded iCAD Solutions, LLC, a BIM software startup. Aubrey is now sharing his knowledge about Autodesk software helping AEC professionals produce efficient consistent workflows.
You can find Aubrey on Twitter as @AFtheNavisChef
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