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BIM Corner is a blog mainly focused on Building Information Modeling technology. Our main goal is to spread knowledge in the field of BIM and its practical use in construction projects.

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Meet our team

We are a group of six Polish engineers working in leading Norwegian design and construction companies. We met in Norway as participants in the same conferences, Norwegian course, and co-workers on the same projects 🙂

WHAT WE HAVE IN COMMON ?

Oslo – The capital of Norway, where we live, work, develop our passions and spend time with our families and friends,

Civil Engineering – the entire six are civil engineering graduates from the most important Polish Technical Universities,

BIM – a common interest in new technologies in the construction industry turned into a passion. Each of us work with BIM on a daily basis,

IPA – we are all foodies of this golden drink 🙂

A few words about us

Ignacy Lozinski

BIM Coordinator / Software Developer

Hi, I am Ignacy Lozinski. I graduated Civil Engineering faculty at Warsaw University of Technology. Associated with BIM since 2011.

During my career, I worked on several pioneer projects using BIM technology. Thanks to this, I gained knowledge about modeling and management of building information, multi-disciplinary coordination and creating BIM implementation strategies for multimillion-dollar projects. In addition to BIM, I’m very interested in programming and application of new technologies – especially VR and AR.

I’m currently working as a software developer and BIM specialist at Norconsult in Norway. I am responsible for the development of web-application that use Autodesk Forge platform for visualization and analysis of advanced 3D models.

Privately, I am a happy husband and father 🙂 If only I have time, I do Crossfit, travel, blog, and code in .Net. At BIM Corner, I am eager to write about the implementation of new technologies in the construction industry, BIM coordination of multi-disciplinary projects and development of your own BIM solutions.

Hi, my name is Krzysztof Wojslaw. I met BIM thermology in 2013 at the Norwegian Technical University NTNU in Trondheim, where I wrote my master’s thesis for the Norwegian Public Road Administration.

For 3 years I have been associated with Sweco – Oslo, as a bridge designer, where my mainly tasks are: coordination of international projects and implementation of new design methods. I was responsible for the BIM model of the first bridge in Europe approved by the road administration only based on the 3D model – ‘drawing less’ (2017). In addition, I am a participant in the Nordic cooperation program for standardization of software and design methods – Nordic Bridge Environment.

I like to share knowledge and experience. Therefore, on LinkedIn, I publish practical examples in the field of parametric modelling and task automation, which I use in infrastructural projects. In addition to that, I participate in numerous BIM conferences as a speaker. Active living – a former rugby player, and the current triathlete. Privately – a lover of trekking with wife in the Polish and Norwegian mountains. 

Krzysztof Wojslaw

Parametric Design Specialist

Konrad Fugas

BIM Specialist

My name is Konrad Fugas, I currently work in dRofus – a softwarehouse developing planning and data management software. My day to day duties are mainly implementation of dRofus in companies, helping clients to create and manage their project data, as well as conducting training.

I have graduated with a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology. I have four years experience of work connected with construction sites in a General Contractor and Investor’s Representative companies, both in Poland and Norway. I was working basing both on CAD design documentation and BIM models (of a different quality). Thanks to that I am aware of possibilities that gives that technology and how it can help with the investment process. On the blog I am going to cover the subjects of Data Driven Design, application of BIM for architects and investors.

In a private life I am an avid backpacker and hitchhiker. I started also with triathlon – I finished two Olympic distances runs and I’m training for ½ Ironman.

My name is Marcin Pszczolka. I am a graduate of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Silesian University of Technology in the field of Civil Engineering and Infrastructure.

In 2015, I wrote my master’s thesis on BIM in Infrastructure in Norway. Since then I have been professionally involved in BIM on the way, working as a railroad designer and Product Manager for the Novapoint Railway program. I currently hold the position of BIM Coordinator at the Norwegian company Norconsult AS in the Department of Infrastructure. I’m fascinated by new technologies, autonomous solutions and the broadly understood digitization of the construction sector.

Privately, I like traveling with my wife, sports and spending time actively with my friends. At BIM Corner, I am responsible for the BIM section about infrastructure.

Marcin Pszczolka

BIM Coordinator

Konrad Naborczyk

Design manager / BIM Specialist

Hello, my name is Konrad and I work in Norway as a head of design / design manager and BIM-responsible in a leading bridge building company, PNC Norge. My first encounter with BIM was at the NTNU technical university in Trondheim in 2010, where I stayed one year as an exchange student. That inspired me to write my master thesis about BIM and parametric design and to explore the possible use of this technology in the building and infrastructure industries.

Since then I have been working in Norway as a designer, site engineer, tender engineer, design manager and BIM-responsible. My experience with working on different positions and being engaged in different phases of projects helped me to improve my understanding of the whole building process, starting with conceptual design, through detail design, execution and handing over the ready structure.

Privately I like learning new languages, going on multiday hiking trips in mountains, travelling and running.

My name is Janusz Majcher. I graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the Opole University of Technology.

During my professional career, I worked in companies that used BIM to a varying range 

(from modeling construction for fabrication to multi-disciplinary coordination of projects like Waste to Energy Plants or Flue GAs cleaning systems).

I’m currently working in Norway for a BIM software distributor (Tekla Structures, Trimble Connect).

I support companies with projects and implementation of software in organizations. I’m also responsible for parametric design trainings.

Privately, a happy husband and father. I do jogging whenever I can.

Janusz Majcher

BIM Specialist
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