Member Since 2021
Roanoke, Virginia Area
Shane Edgell is the Founder & CEO of EdgellBIM, a BIM+VDC Solution Company. He started the firm in 2015, and has grown the company from the ground up with no funding and in an organic fashion. He now employs a team of eight people, with continued growth on the horizon. EdgellBIM specializes in creating 3D virtual models of buildings, and all their interior mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems. It is a new and innovative way in the building design and construction industry to perform a highly detailed quality control of the Architect’s and Engineer’s designs prior to the start of construction. The firm has worked on very high-scale projects such as the NASA-MSL Laboratory at Ft Langley in Virginia, the Zeus Laser Facility at the University of Michigan, and many others across the country. In the Summer of 2021, EdgellBIM was named ‘Top 10 BIM+VDC Firm 2021’ by Construction Tech Magazine. https://building-information-modeling.constructiontechreview.com/vendor/edgellbim-the-onestopshop-for-bim-services-cid-488-mid-47.html
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EdgellBIM is a BIM+VDC Solution Company. EdgellBIM has experience in Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing & Fire Protection (LOD-500) modeling using Revit & Navisworks. Attention to detail and knowledge of how all systems work make our models highly accurate to what will actually be installed in the field. These highly detailed models can be clash and clearance checked in Navisworks. So, that spacing and sizing constraints can be detected immediately. Clash Detection will help detect and resolve problems on the construction site long before the project begins.