Konrad Naborczyk

Konrad Naborczyk

Design Manager / BIM Specialist

Hello, my name is Konrad and I work in Norway as a design manager in a leading international construction company, Skanska.

A few words about me

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.

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My articles

Why Norway is the best in BIM
BIM Basics

9 reasons why Norway is THE BEST in BIM!

Have you ever wondered which country is the best and most advanced in terms of implementing BIM technology? Which country supports the BIM development in …

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BIM on construction site
BIM on Construction Site

BIM in construction company and on site? 10 steps to start!

You may create a ‘Road Map’ for the next 10 years to introduce BIM to your company, you may attend conferences and listen to the …

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BIM reality check
BIM Basics

BIM disadvantages? How did I become a BIM-sceptic

In every engineer’s life, it is possible to observe several phases of attitude towards the broadly understood field of construction. Initially, just after leaving the …

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BIM Basics

Elements of BIM or BIM Cooking – Cooking a’la BIM

I enjoy cooking. My adventure began with frozen fish sticks from the oven, cooked sausages sold in packages of 24 pieces and the famous Norwegian …

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