Mohamed Tareq Ali is an Architect with a Masters in Construction Management. Previous professional and academic experiences in Architecture, Interior Design and Building Information Modelling from India, Germany, Finland and Qatar. He studied architecture in India and worked there for 3 years, then moved to Germany for post graduate studies in construction management.
We'll discover how he started BIM, what solutions he is using, projects he worked on like the Doha metro-rail, the state of BIM in his country India and more !
Awarded as Constructor Engineer from The Catholic University of Valparaiso (Chile) in 2008. In 2009, he starts to work as BIM technician in the Center for Management Excellence from The Catholic University of Chile. There he was involved as BIM modeller and Manager in projects from different areas such as real estate, hospitals and civil projects. To reach 4,304,000 sqft (400.000 m2) modelled and co-ordinated, being most of those projects focus on real estate and hospitals.
Recognizing the important role that BIM methodology will play in the future develop of the AEC industry, he starts to study a Master in Science at University of Salford during 2013 to be awarded with the degree of MSc BIM and Integrated Design in 2014. Nowadays, he will start to pursue a Master in Philosophy at the ThinkLAB from the University of Salford to develop an Information Delivery Manual (IDM) to be used as base for the interoperability of an energy BIM tool (D4E software).
As usual, we will discover his career, how he discovered BIM, what solutions he is using, its projects, his daily missions, the state of BIM and its maturity in USA and more ! So lets go !
Hello everybody, this is already our second weekly interview "Member of the week", i have the big pleasure to talk with our (BIM) friend Denis TOKAREV from Ukraine, as mentioned in the title he is a BIM manager and also MEP specialist modeller, he joined us some months ago early in November 2015.
As usual, we will discover how he discovered BIM and start his career, what solutions he is using, its project especially in MEP, his daily missions, the state of BIM and its maturity in Ukraine and other topics ! So lets start.
I am so excited to start the weekly interviews "Member of the week", every week we will meet a new member and talk with him about BIM but not only, his job, missions, used software and platforms, BIM in his country and also his hobbies :)
For this first edition we will talk with the very gentle "BIM friend" Kenneth KROGSETH, so lets start !
Seems to be a new era for CAD and BIM with Frame, it is a service that lets you move any Windows application to the cloud and access it from any device, at any time. All you need is a browser, no plugins or additional hardware are required.
In the last AU2015 AutoCAD and Revit was certified by Autodesk to be used on the Frame platform, you need simply to create a virtual machine on the platform, connect your favourite storage service (Dropbox, Box or google drive) and install Revit after uploading the installation files to the cloud.
This post will not be a full review of Frame, its just a pre-review for our first impressions about it :-)