As a previous owner of a medium-sized Architectural practice, I bring to the table knowledge and understanding of the challenges of meeting client needs, process development, technology implementation and change management.
The deliverables of an Architectural practice and the requirements of using Archicad are evolving. Building Information Modelling (BIM) is becoming mainstream, and we are seeing deliverables move from the traditional drawings, specifications, and schedules. Clients are beginning to ask for BIM deliverables for visualisation, coordination, estimation, and facility management purposes.
Unlike most Archicad and BIM experts I do not believe in doing BIM just because you can. I believe in developing processes that enable an Architectural practice to meet the needs of its clients today and into the future, with a clear purpose that is aligned with a business case and an implementation plan. A review of any business and its capabilities needs to not only investigate current outputs from their BIM authoring software but really interrogate the business at all levels.
Skewed can assist you via several different levels of consulting services to advise you on current market expectations, review your current processes, identify optimisations, document, and create new processes and assist you in implementation. Below are examples of services we can provide.
A review of your CAD/BIM Manual against 33 key elements across 10 sections. As part of our review, we rate each item and provide detailed feedback on areas of improvement required to improve your template to a best practice level.
A review of your project in Archicad against 83 key elements across 10 sections. As part of our review, we rate each item and provide detailed feedback on areas of improvement required to maintain your project files at a best practice level.
Helps focus your learning in areas that you need to work on, and for practices help identify gaps in the skills of your team and deliver training in key areas that are critical to your practice and the efficient and effective delivery of projects.
A review of your current business relating to BIM and Archicad. It takes on board key information from many factors within your operations to then make recommendations and an implementation plan.
Learn from Nathan Hildebrandt, one of the world’s leading Archicad users. Custom training programs are created to align specifically with the areas of your greatest need.