Kong Hoang has been appointed as the Information Manager/BIM Coordinator for BIM. Technologies; the UK’s leading BIM consultancy working behind the scenes with some of the construction industry’s biggest names including Galliford Try, Sir Robert McAlpine, Carillion and Google.
Kong, aged 38 graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2002 with a degree in Interior Architecture and Design and also won the International Royal Society of Arts Students Design Awards in the same year.
Kong has over 15 years industry experience gained through working for companies like Sheppard Robson Architects, Broadway Malyan Architects, and most recently as a Senior Architectural Technologist with Lister Architects. Kong is a specialist in BIM applications and software (Revit/Dynamo/Navisworks/Solibri) and will be responsible for managing clash detection meetings, managing and auditing model information data and BIM Model Coordination at BIM. Technologies.
Kong has an impressive history, working on major projects like the Google Headquarters, Kings Cross as the Lead BIM Coordinator, the BIM Coordinator for Google Headquarters, California, the Maggies Centre, Leeds, and the 515 in New York.
Kong was also the Lead BIM Coordinator at the Westfield Shopping Centre, Sheppards Bush, Phase 2
Lead Model Manager on Newington Butts Tower and a Revit Technologist on the Nation Gymnastics Arena, Baku, Azerbaijan and the Nine Elms Point which has 737 apartments within four residential towers.
BIM. Technologies, as the UK’s leading BIM consultancy, provides strategic advice, draft BIM protocols, BIM Execution Plans, and all associated guidance and advice on technology and software implementation. Working hands-on at project level as BIM Coordinators throughout the entire construction project, we ensure that the Building Information Model is utilised to its fullest potential.
Building Information Models can enhance the capabilities for reviews and the quality control of design information resulting in errors and omissions traditionally seen in 2D drawings resolved as the project is reviewed. The dimensionally accurate models can be clash and clearance checked ultimately resulting in a “build twice and construct once” approach which saves time and reduces cost.
Kong’s previous experience of working with Building Information Models will marry perfectly with the existing approach of BIM. Technologies and be an invaluable addition to the team as he takes on future projects including the Chilterns Academy project, the Birmingham Conservatoire, and the Leeds HMRC.
Outside of the BIM world, Kong spends his spare time as a member of a rock covers band, performing at industry charity gigs including Scala (Construction Rocks 2016/17) and also the Ministry of Sound, Dublin Castle and the 100 Club in aid of various charities including Maggies Centres and Land Aid.
Speaking of his new appointment, Kong said:
“Working at BIM. Technologies has exceeded my expectations and is unlike anywhere I have worked before. The company truly are at the forefront of digital innovation in the construction industry. I hope that my experience from having worked for some of the major design practices in the UK on some of the most high profile architectural projects in the world will go some way in contributing to the continuing success of BIM. Technologies.”