Oversees team generating 3D models for BIM, construction coordination, and process detailing of major systems in electrical and mechanical projects.
Promoted to project manager within a year of joining Lord Electric in 2006, one of the largest MEP contractors in Puerto Rico.
In 2008, tapped to head CAD Pipe Design department, which he renamed the BIM and 4D Spatial Coordinating Department, converting it into a support team for operations personnel firmwide.
Expanding department into standalone subsidiary with plans to expand services to new markets, including the continental U.S., Caribbean, and South America.
Member, Puerto Rico Electrical Contractors Association and Mechanical Contractors Association.
Favorite vacation spot: Culebra, an island off Puerto Rico.
Lives within 10 minutes of his beloved Caribbean Ocean.
Never not listening to music. Anything goes: tango, salsa, hip-hop, techno, jazz, and classical.
Loves James Bond movies.
Can unlock his shoulder and push out the scapula in his back.
A new book from LEGO master builder Warren Elsmore offers instructions for creating scale models of buildings and landmarks with LEGO.
As experienced designers, contractors, and owners know, most paint and coating problems are correctable, but some are especially stubborn to address. Here is a partial compendium of typical failure modes and methods for addressing the problem.
DLR Group and the Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University have collaborated on a research project to evaluate the effect of green school design on occupants and long-term building performance.
Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are among the major tech companies investing heavily to build state-of-the-art data centers.
ArchDaily's Rory Stott yesterday posted an interesting exploration of progressive parking strategies being employed by cities and designers. The lack of curbside and lot parking exacerbates traffic congestion, discourages visitors, and leads to increased vehicles emissions.