My name is Konrad Fugas, I am co-founder of BIM Corner blog. I work in Norconsult Inforamsjonssystem as Digital Interaction Coordinator on a hospital project in Norway.
A few words about me
My main work focus is to enhance digital interaction between project stakeholders. I am constantly looking for ideas to improve the way the projects work. I help designers to organize and manage data and contractors to drop drawings and to build directly from the models.
I graduated with a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology. I have work experience connected with construction projects in Poland and Norway. Both in the General Contractor position and as a Building Owner representative. On the blog, I cover the subjects of Data in BIM and information exchange between project stakeholders.
In my private life, I am an avid backpacker, hitchhiker and triathlete who has recently crossed a finish line on an Ironman race.
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BIM Model Data Validation
Validating the quality of the model data is equally important and neglected. Unfortunately, I still don’t hear many projects introducing it. That is truly very …
BIM Model Data – what information do I have in my model?
While working with the BIM models you definitely must have encountered some of those with the weirdest possible properties and started to ask yourself: why …
Maintaining high-quality project data – Have you tried these steps?
Recently, it has struck me that whenever I’m opening any shared document, spreadsheet or model supposing to find high-quality data, I still always find some …
Data cleaning – all you have to know
As we already know what attributes data has to comply with (part III), and what data types we can have in our dataset (part II), …
Things to know about data quality
No data is better than bad data. I am not sure if this is a quotation from a known person (definitely not Albert Einstein, nor …
Prevent property errors – Data Types Explained
How many times did you helplessly look at different schedules or take-offs and was wondering if that is even possible to make such mistakes? How …