We love to collaborate, whether it be with our clients or our professional business support partners. We’ve helped over 120 practices with strategic software, training, advice, and support solutions.
In our Discovery sessions, we deep dive into your aspirations, current processes, and workflows.
We then create a Design Technology Roadmap with you which may include software, infrastructure, hardware, workflows and skills training solutions – opportunities to unlock value and innovation across your practice.
With over 32 years’ experience in architectural practice, Guy brings wide-ranging expertise and a holistic approach to problem solving.
Starting out at Daryl Jackson Architects and seeing the advantages of working in 3D, he quickly moved into the computer aided design and technology space and never looked back.
During his time as Associate Director at Billard Leece Partnership he wore many hats including practice management, leadership and business strategy. He led all IT, BIM and Design Technology innovation and implementation, including a complete IT infrastructure solution across multiple interstate studios to support agile working, and a fully integrated ERP (Enterprise Resourcing Program).
Guy has spoken at industry conferences including Autodesk University. He has been involved in software advisory roles to various software companies, and continues to use his expertise to offer strategic insights and practical advice.
Joe brings over 15 years’ experience in the architectural industry.
Joe started out working ‘on the tools’ contributing to architectural projects for the likes of Y2 Architects and Clarke Hopkins Clarke. A very early adopter of BIM, Joe was soon a sessional lecturer at RMIT where he taught Design and Building Information Modelling across several departments.
Joe has been implementing, teaching and advising in roles both supporting architectural practice as a consultant, and internally, as BIM manager to Grimshaw Architects, SJB and De Nova Group.
Joe is Viewlistic’s Design Technology leader and works with all our clients to provide training and support that is customised to suit their own standards and systems.
Joe also provides advisory services around BIM implementation plans, BIM manuals and general advice.
John has over 40 years of extensive experience in the Architecture Engineering and Construction industry.
As Design Technology Leader at Woods Bagot Melbourne, he was instrumental in the implementation of Autodesk Revit and the ongoing upskilling of project teams, working with BIM contractual and non-contractual workflows. He also assembled and led a digital technology team made up of Computational, BIM and Digital Data specialists to anticipate future work processes, and acted as staff mentor and internship program coordinator.
John has a long connection with education and academia; starting with Melbourne University as a part-time Tutor, later as Subject Coordinator in Design Communications. John then worked with RMIT University in their first BIM Laboratory using Autodesk Revit and authoring two training manuals.
John is currently part of the team at Swinburne University, developing industry training material for implementing BIM workflows, allowing him to share his passion for the field with people new to the process.