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

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 – part 1

I remember as if it had been yesterday, 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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BIM Basics

CDE solution according to ISO 19650 – what should be covered?

Article about CDE solution is sponsored. Previously, I asked a deceitful question that I haven’t even answered: is CDE a process or a solution? Well, …

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Data in BIM

Structured Building Data and It’s Frictionless Flow

Building projects contain a lot of data, which means they need to be managed and structured. Otherwise, it can really affect the return on investment …

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