I created this Revit model of the plaza and lobby space at 50 Fremont in San Francisco. The model was used to generate drawings and renderings of potential remodel design options.
I created this Revit model of a Bank of America branch to generate drawings and renderings that were used as part of an interview presentation.
As part of preparation for a project interview presentation with Chevron, I developed this Revit model of one of their offices to showcase how SOM’s use of BIM could benefit their project. I used the model to generate sample renderings…
Using AutoDesk Revit I worked with the project superintendent to create a 3D site logistics model of the Everett Community College project.
I created a site logistics model of the Bellevue Community College project using AutoDesk Revit.
As part of a design build team I assisted the project architect by creating a 3D Revit model from conceptual design drawings. Construction site logistic information was then later added to this model.
I used AutoDesk Revit to create a construction site logistics model of the Seattle University project. This model was used to communicate to the University the plan to execute the construction without affecting the student’s or staff’s safety or ability…
I used AutoDesk Architectural Desktop to create a business development structural concrete model. The image below shows the model overlayed with the architect’s SketchUp model.
Using Navisworks clash detective I created a 4D site logistics model of the Providence Everett bed tower project. This model was a key component to Mortenson being accepted for this $500 million hospital expansion.
I used SketchUp to create a site logistics model of the Tulalip Hotel Expansion project. The model was used to communicate the plan for routing traffic, storing materials, and otherwise allowing the existing Tulalip casino to continue operation without interruption…