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Wednesday, September 26 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
A SketchUp approach to structural engineering

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Can SketchUp be used for structural engineering? In this presentation, we’ll see how David Zachary -- a licensed engineer who uses SketchUp almost exclusively -- collaborates with architects and builders on high-end residential projects. David will overview SketchUp workflows specific to structural engineering that produce highly coordinated, exceedingly accurate, and eye-catching plans that create a complete set of construction documents. This presentation will give an overview of using SketchUp for everything from drafting to detailing, and everything in between including how to improve communication and feedback over long distances. With projects across eight states and three time zones, see how Zachary Engineering is coordinating with architects and builders to ensure plans and projects stay up-to-date and on time.

Speakers
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Nicholas Sonder

Owner, Nicholas Sonder Architect
Nick Sonder, a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, has more than twenty-three years experience practicing as a licensed Architect in California. Nick’s work is primarily focused on custom residential design in the Sierra Mountains surrounding the Lake Tahoe region. He has been using... Read More →
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David Zachary

Founder, Zachary Engingeering
David K. Zachary, PE is a licensed Civil Engineer in California, Nevada, Hawai‘i, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and Arizona.  He is the owner of Zachary Engineering and lives and works in beautiful Lake Tahoe.  He converted entirely to SketchUp in 2009 and has never looked back.  David’s work consists of creating 3D models that are used to create the structural plans for high-end residential homes.  His work integrates directly with the... Read More →


Wednesday September 26, 2018 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Springs Ballroom H

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