January 15, 2011

Evolving is not something that happens by trying something random. It’s about taking knowledge of what works and trying something new. Something better. Learning from our mistakes & willing to try new things. Innovation is the name game. It might be something subtle or a grand departure, but it is the momentum that can keep you moving forward rather than being left behind.

Krigh.com | what is it all about?

When I decided to start this blog it was out of the need to capture my passion for design and architecture in a form that I can share with others. I believe that sharing knowledge allows us as a whole to learn, grown and hopefully evolve. Of course this isn’t just about my knowledge, so feel free to comment or contact me about the posts I make. To hopefully build on some of the ideas put forward.

I choose to focus on my expertise, Building Information Modelling, or BIM for short. If you don’t know don’t know about BIM, then you have come to the right place. I’ve put a bit of an introduction on the main page and will be adding more to the site to help other learn about it. If you are already up to speed on it, feel free to check out some of the case studies and techniques I’ve posted about to understand how I use it.

Krigh | about the author

KGB_SQAs a Manager of Design Technology, I’ve has worked on a variety of BIM projects in the Canada, the UK and internationally. Currently I’m working at DIALOG, a multidisciplinary practice in Canada. We have a diverse portfolio of projects from bank branches to airports. Previous to DIALOG, I was in the UK with Pollard Thomas Edwards working on large residential developments and schools in the UK. Prior to that, I was the BIM Manager for Gensler’s London Office which kept me busy working on office fit-outs in London, data centres in Europe and malls in the Middle East. I’m well versed in BIM Level 2, including earning my BIM AP through the BRE. I have had a few speaking engagements including two talks at BILT NA 2017 and co-speaking at Autodesk University 2017.

Disclaimer I should also mention that the views expressed here are only those of the author and may not reflect the views of my employer or any other organisation I align myself with.

Credit | where credit is due

Ferry Glide, Toronto  Background Photo by Krigh Bachmann