Alex Jonovski Presenting at Revit Baltimore User Group

11.01.19
Alex Jonovski, PE
Principal | Vice President of Strategic Growth
View Profile

Alex Jonovski, PE, Principal and Director of Project Management at KLH Engineers (KLH), will be co-presenting with Heather Worrell, Director of BIM at RATIO Architects, at the Revit Baltimore User Group in Maryland on November 5, 2019, at Citron Restaurant & Bar.

Jonovski and Worrell’s presentation “Architecture and MEP on Multifamily/Hospitality and Groups,” will cover how KLH and RATIO developed strategies to better communicate locations for elements in a model group environment and manage changes more efficiently.

When working in the multifamily, hospitality, and even healthcare sectors, having repetitive elements that work consistently from schematic design to construction administration is imperative for architects. Frequently, they need to make changes across multiple rooms during construction documentation that ultimately impacts the MEP consultant’s model. Impacts can occur across hundreds of rooms, leaving the MEP consultant to review the placement of many elements during each model exchange. KLH has developed innovative tools that allow its engineers to work more efficiently in this type of project environment.

Event details can be found here.

About KLH:

KLH Engineers is nationally ranked among the top mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technology engineering firms. As a leader in the AEC industry, KLH leverages BIM and advanced in-house technology to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions. KLH is licensed in all 50 states and serves the civic, education, healthcare, hospitality, lifestyle, industrial, retail and workplace markets. KLH is located in Columbus, Ohio, as well as Ft. Thomas, Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky; and New York City, New York.

Want to help build the future?

Connect With Us
KLH is a great place to spend 40 hours per week. Everyone is friends and cares about each other, the company, and its goals.
- Michele O’Brien, Director of First Impressions