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Nathan Hildebrandt
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since ‎2007-08-01
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I have just uploaded the recorded sessions from ARCHINTENSIVE 2023 onto my YouTube channel so that you can watch all of the sessions on demand. There are also another 36 sessions on my channel from the 2021 and the 2020 events. Head over to my YouTub...
In this session, Vinata shares some of the workflows that she has been using with Classification and Archicad Properties information to drive documentation outcomes and to produce Schedules. This is one of a few of the properties-centric sessions fro...
In this session, we have one of the stars of the Archicad Talk / Community forum - @Laszlo Nagy sharing some great tips on how you can use the Curtain Wall tool for a variety of different uses. Another session not to be missed. Sessions will be relea...
In this session, Tony Fitzpatrick will share his experiences working on large health projects, and all of the challenges and processes that you need to have in place to deliver large-scale projects using Archicad. Sessions will be released each weekd...
In this session, we hear from Karl Fitzpatrick from Auckland Airport. He discusses the reasons clients need information and how openBIM deliverables are important to the industry. Personally, I think this is another session that is important for all ...
About
Nathan is a passionate Architect that is driven to create sustainable high-quality Architectural solutions. This is achieved by working closely with his clients and a focus on delivering the best outcomes, whilst enjoying the journey. He understands that every client has different needs, and he can adjust his service and focus to align with client requirements. Nathan has a strong understanding of the different ways people understand design and successfully uses different technologies to enable clear communication. He uses different mediums including plans, elevations, sections, photorealistic perspectives, virtual fly-throughs, and virtual reality with stakeholders to communicate the design. Throughout his 18-year career in the Architectural profession, Nathan has worked on a diverse range of projects including residential, multi-residential, sport and recreation, education, aged care, retirement living, and public and civic buildings. His skills in project management and delivery have seen Nathan continue to work with clients on multiple projects for over a decade. He has been part of a team that successfully won numerous Architectural Awards for multiple projects over the last 10 years. Apart from design, Nathan is highly skilled in managing project budgets and programs. He focuses on delivering well-designed projects, working with client budgets, and delivering them on time. Nathan is also a globally recognised BIM subject matter expert and is acknowledged as being one of the few people that understands how to apply BIM to enable great outcomes for organizations on projects. His solid background in delivering building projects, particularly for institutional clients gives him an organizational perspective on the application of BIM technology. He is skilled in understanding technologies and how they can be applied in business to improve effectiveness and efficiencies for day-to-day operations. His interest in improving the industry has seen him contribute through his involvement in numerous industry groups. His rare combination of technical and leadership skills has led to his role in developing an industry-leading Archicad BIM template, launching an Archicad user event, being Director of buildingSMART Australasia, and chair roles at BrisBIM and the ACA QLD | NT / AIA QLD BIM Taskforce. He also contributes to the industry as a committee member of BILT ANZ. A testament to the level of respect he has in the industry is the number of guests that have donated time to be guests on his BIM podcast, ‘The Digital Transition’