Content Development Manager
With an eye for architectural design and depth of technical skills, Lauren Stassi brings a unique perspective to her work. Lauren’s nine years of experience gives her an outstanding ability to deliver projects. Over her career, she has worked on large-scale Public Assembly, Mixed Use, and Commercial Office projects, as well as highly detailed Retail and Restaurant projects.
Lauren guides her team to provide top-quality deliverables that capture both the artistic and technical elements of each design. As a project lead, Lauren focuses on advancing her team’s use of Building Information Modeling (BIM). She believes that BIM is essential to the development of creating cohesive design documents and enhancing collaboration between architecture and engineering disciplines.
Lauren has shared her knowledge of documenting complex architectural designs with BIM as an invited speaker at Autodesk University. Lauren also creates content for RM Plus’s blog, focusing on Revit tips and tricks and project updates.
Amador Convention Center, Amador, Panama
613,000 square foot Convention Center and 2,000 seat Performing Arts Theater
Construction Value estimated at $190 million.
(*) Vietnam Broadcasting Center, An Lộc, Vietnam
735,700 square foot State-of-the-Art broadcasting facility, with 163,000 square foot public gallery and studios and 570,000 square foot corporate headquarter building
Construction value estimated at $200 Million.
(*) Great Orlando Wheel
(*) Multiple high-profile themed Entertainment projects for Walt Disney World and Universal Studios
(*) Themed Restaurant and Retail for Walt Disney World
Skills & Experience
Expertise: Architecture, BIM, Integrated Project Delivery, Interior Architecture, Sustainable Design
Project Locations: United States, Central America, South America, Asia
Markets: Public Assembly, Entertainment, Mixed Use, Commercial Office, Retail, Restaurant
Bachelor of Architecture, Syracuse University
Registered Architect: Florida
American Institute of Architects
National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
U.S. Green Building Council
Publications & Presentations
‘Extreme Collaboration: Interns in a BIM World’ Texas Society of Architects, September 2009, http://texasarchitect.blogspot.com/2009/09/guest-blog-extreme-collaboration.html
Randy Deutsch, BIM and Integrated Design – Strategies for Architectural Practice, 2011, pgs 64-65
“Real-World AutoCAD® Architecture Schedule Use: Tips and Tricks to Make Schedules Work for You!” Autodesk University, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2010
“AutoCAD® Architecture Horizontal Sections: The Hidden Tool to Document the Curves, Slopes, Tapers, and Overlaps That You Modeled” Autodesk University, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2009
“Real-World AutoCAD® Architecture Schedule Use” Autodesk University, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2009