Konrad Fugas

Konrad Fugas

BIM Specialist

My name is Konrad Fugas and I work in dRofus that develops a data planning and management software.

A few words about me

My day to day duties are: implementation of the Data Driven Design solution, helping clients to create and manage their project data, as well as conducting training.

I graduated with a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Warsaw University of Technology. I have four years work experience connected with construction sites in General Contractor and Investor’s Representative companies, both in Poland and Norway. On the blog I am going to cover the subjects of Data in BIM and its application for architects, planners 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.

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My articles

IFC Export rules part 2
BIM Basics

IFC Export rules. Part 2: What parameters to export? Dos and Don’ts

You wish to make your weekly IFC export, but every time, you are not sure what parameters to include in it, to satisfy the needs …

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BIM Basics

IFC Export rules. Part 1: Why is it important?

Do you remember the last time you heard “IFC Export”? Already four times today? Yesterday? Probably not long ago. For myself indeed, the IFC subject …

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Data in BIM

How does dRofus work? Solution for Data-Driven Design workflow

During the last year, I was writing a lot about Data-Driven Design and dRofus here, on BIM Corner. I was trying to focus on the …

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BIM Basics

Explaining Information Requirements in ISO 19650

I will begin by repeating the truth told thousands of times within the AEC industry – we are one of the least productive and least …

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BIM Basics

ISO 19650 terms explained in this simple way

As if it had been yesterday, I remember this feeling of uncertainty every time I encountered websites with ISO 19650 related terms. Pages full of …

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Data in BIM

How to save time in an Early-Design phase?

Not so long ago, during a discussion about connection database to model, I asked my colleague: “How do architects manage their data without a database? …

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