Amir joined BWL in 2013 after 11 years with Byrne Group. At Byrne Group he was lead modeller for many high profile projects such as Paddington Crossrail, The Shard of Glass, Heathrow T2B and London Bridge Place. During these projects he developed and implemented a series of animated Health and Safety videos and digital method statements for training site operatives.
Shortly after joining BWL, Amir helped visualise the Chassis concept and build methodology on a mixed-use residential development. He quickly gained a reputation for delivering high standard visuals explaining complex construction techniques and concepts through 4D sequencing and animated movies.
He is currently using Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Virtual Reality (VR) technology to digitally build and sequence a full scale prototype Design for Manufacture (DfMa) building system for GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). This digital build is intended to train and educate site operatives through digital method statements, component installations videos, Health and Safety practices and sequence of construction, from beginning to end of the build life cycle.
With over 10 years of experience in the construction industry Amir has developed valuable skills in modelling packages and construction methodologies in sectors including: commercial, aviation, rail, motorway and energy related projects. He is fully versed in a majority of leading 3D software packages together with post-production, character animation, gaming software development kits (SDKs) and scripting capabilities. He has been pushing VR and augmented reality within BWL and truly believes the future of training and design lie within the technology.