Connected Project Workflow – Engineer of Record
Join us for Part 3 of the SDS/2 Edge connected project workflow series as we demonstrate how seamlessly a project’s engineer of record can review and approve design changes as they come in from the detailer. See changes, review the calculations, and make comments—all in real-time within the 3D model.
Doug Evans is Vice President Sales, North America. Doug has spent nearly 3 decades in construction technology and maintains many strong industry relationships with fabricators, detailers, engineers, erectors and technology partners. Doug has spoken at numerous industry events on best practices and new trending workflows that can shorten project timelines to improve the construction process.
Tyler Hix is the Technical Sales Manager and brings over 20 years in the structural steel industry. In that time Tyler has had several roles that contribute to his knowledge and expertise in steel detailing. Tyler has a long history with SDS/2, starting out on the support team, followed by working for both a steel detailing company and a steel fabricator before rejoining SDS/2 as a part of the sales team.
David Zabka is the Western Territory Manager. David works directly with steel detailers and fabricators to provide SDS/2 software tools that will enhance their current detailing and fabrication processes. David started with SDS/2 in 2006 as a customer support specialist and worked his way up to support department manager. As support department manager, David helped lead the support team to provide high-quality customer support in steel detailing software, as well as played an integral role in the development of the SDS/2 product line.
Nate Bloch is the Technical Advisor- Steel Division at SDS/2. Nate’s start in the steel industry began as a delivery driver for a steel fabricator in Lincoln, Nebraska. Working his way up to the detailing department, Nate has a wealth of insight to the everyday issues faced by detailers and fabricators. Nate is dedicated to helping steel detailers and fabricators to learn about tools, like SDS/2, which can help them keep up with the rapid changes and growth to stay competitive in the industry.