Throughout his career, Nicholas has helped create a legacy of BIM management tools, protocols and procedures for some of the largest architectural offices in North America.

Nicholas has experience overseeing a range of projects that include master planned cities, hospitals, municipal facilities, commercial and retail developments. At the Studio, his focus is geared toward residential architecture, the content media sector and commercial/retail interiors. As the Studio's Manager of Design Technology, Nicholas oversees the company’s day-to-day project work in BIM and guides the office-wide BIM project deployment strategies while also working closely with project teams and project leads, ensuring that all 3D modelling and 2D documentation processes are based on sound, strategic direction. He also plays an active part of the Ontario Revit community, giving industry talks at public events such as SolidCad/Autodesk’s Revit Pub Nights and the Toronto BIM Community’s Speaker Series. Nicholas also teaches part-time at George Brown College, where he has lectured third and fourth year architecture students in the fundamentals of Revit Architecture and BIM Management.

photo of Nicholas
a BIM graphic from the 357 King Street West project
a BIM graphic from the 357 King Street West project

Blog Posts by Nicholas
Virtual Reality in Architecture