Konrad Fugas

Konrad Fugas

BIM Specialist

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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My articles

Data in BIM

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 …

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Data in BIM

What is data? Introduction to Data Management in BIM

In my day-to-day job, as a Digital Collaboration Coordinator, I spend many hours collecting, checking and managing various kinds of BIM data. Far too many …

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Is insutry ready for IFC4?
BIM Basics

Is the industry ready for IFC4?

In a previous entry related to the topic of IFC4, I mentioned briefly its history and presented the key upgrades from IFC2x3. If you have …

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BIM Basics

Revit to IFC – BIM After Dark Live

On our blog, we talk a lot about IFC. There are three separate series created by Janusz (IFC basics), me (about IFC export) and Ignacy …

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BIM Basics

What can IFC4 bring to the industry?

I wanted to write an article about the comparison between models exported in IFC2x3 and IFC4 – an exercise I have done on the project …

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BIM Basics

What BIM trends will the year 2022 bring?

In 2021 our moods were swinging like a giant pendulum. Together with the news connected to pandemics. From hope at the beginning of the year …

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