For more than a decade Josh Bone has been implementing, training and presenting construction technology solutions to AEC&O (Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Owners) professionals.
Having worked with some of the top technology leaders in the industry, Josh specializes in identifying best practices and methodologies for integrating BIM and mobile applications into everyday workflows. Josh started his career working with design teams, then transitioned into helping construction professionals leverage technology in both the preconstruction and construction phases. Josh has served as manager, director and VP of consulting and business development at companies like Design Integrations, Inc., Graphisoft and SmartUse. His most notable projects include the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases headquarters, the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention Laboratory Building 23, and Fort Sam Houston facilities for the U.S. Army. These projects involved planning and modeling for 500,000 to over 1,000,000 square feet of space.
Skilled in emerging software/application options forming the future of BIM, Josh is a proven leader in the best practices and methodology for integrating technology into everyday workflows for the AEC community.
Starting with (3D) coordination to generating (4D) schedules and (5D) quantities from models, Josh has delved deep into the BIM process. In addition, he’s had the opportunity to share this knowledge with audiences and publications across the U.S. as a frequent professional speaker and guest editorial contributor.