Brian Skowvron | BIM Manager
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2015-present | Solution Specialist | Microdesk
Using in-depth industry and software knowledge I provide top notch BIM technical support, consulting, training, implementation and overall production leadership to all of our clients in the AEC group, which encompasses Architecture, Interiors, MEP, Structural and other disciplines. The position entails identifying and proposing options for improvement or resolution of customer issues and relate those solutions directly to the customers’ business goals. Project scopes vary from the supervision of construction documents for clients such as government, commercial and institutional projects to on-going BIM support and training at location. Using knowledge of design industry workflows, production cycle and priorities I’m eager to support staff with a positive attitude, passion and patience. Experienced with multiple BIM roles: conducting classroom training sessions, support mentor, developing and shadowing staff and strategic team leader.
2013-2015 | BIM Manager | amphibianArc
Leading the overall vision within the firm to oversee the planning, strategizing and deployment of a healthy cultural and technology driven BIM implementation. Understanding how BIM will effect project workflows and project management throughout the firm. Provide leadership and supervision to the BIM team and its activities. Develop a plan to fit the demands and desires of clients and the experience of the project team. Additional responsibilities include:
2009-2013 | Principal | IOS Design
IOS Design consulted with architects and retailers focusing in-depth experience using BIM to solve their problems. Through this process I gained expertise effectively marketing, networking and managing a business. Project highlights include:
2006-2009 | Project Manager | Little Diversified Architectural Consultants
Introduction to project management included producing the first Kate Spade BIM prototype. This document became the template for all projects in our office do to its efficiency and ease of use. Building a lasting relationship with Kate Spade was easy after the Whalers Village Lahaina, HI prototype went through city review with no flags, usually a three to six month review timetable!
1999-2003 | Architecture | UNC at Charlotte
University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, US, BArch, Architecture
Additional Studies in Design and Marketing