Communicating Projects through BIMx – Benefits for Public Presentation
October 3 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
ALL MEMBERS – When working on public projects it is imperative that you communicate the design in a way that allows all stakeholders to understand and embrace a project. Patano Studio Architecture, specialists in Civic Spaces and Places, has come to rely on BIMx to turn an ordinary presentation into an experience that captivates an audience. Join us to discover how they use ARCHICAD in combination with BIMx to gain approval, win jobs, and wow their clients.
Christopher Patano, AIA, Studio Director –
Christopher Patano’s upbringing in a remote community surrounded by the rivers, lakes and forests of the Bitterroot Mountains shaped his relationship to Building and Nature. He studied architecture at the University of Idaho where he was awarded the Henry Adams Medal for excellence. Christopher began his career at the internationally known Miller/Hull Partnership in Seattle, WA. Two years later he left to study at the University of Pennsylvania – completing his Master in Architecture II. In 2003, he co-founded Patano+Hafermann Architects where the practice evolved into Christopher’s sole ownership and the award-winning Patano Studio Architecture in 2013.
Jake Gailey, BIMx Manager –
Jake has been working with ARCHICAD for the last 5 years, starting in the private sector. During that period, he became adept in its use and began wowing clients by making changes to their projects during meetings to give immediate feedback on what their project would look like. The clients would then walk away with a BimX model to show their friends and families and get excited about their project.
Coming into the Public sector where changes are necessarily slower, he began using BimX as an extension of that process. During meetings it can be used to bring up pages, views, and locations within the project as the public entity requested to clarify issues immediately rather than wait the days or weeks to resolve issues it’d take by traditional methods.