Quentin Dole,
Work-study BIM assistant engineer

Saur Group's 2021 integrated report
«In the next few years, I'd like to move up to the position of BIM referent or BIM coordinator, which would enable me to continue raising awareness among project workers regarding more demanding and sustainable practices.»

With his fascination for new technologies, BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a real vocation for him, contributing to both his professional and personal development.

During his BAC STI2D in Energy and the Environment, he was strongly aware of the importance of ecology. He also holds a DUT in Civil Engineering, and is currently training to become a BIM civil engineer at ENSIBS in Lorient.

For Stereau, he carries out essential tasks such as georeferencing future water treatment plants, modeling on-board data using various tools such as the “DirootsOne” plug-in, which creates a link between #Revit and Excel, as well as Trimble training materials for Engineering Managers.

For him, BIM is an indispensable tool that will continue to have a major impact on the design and construction of water treatment plants. BIM models are revolutionizing the way projects are designed, built and operated. As BIM coordinator, he has the opportunity to be at the forefront of this evolution and to play a key role in the company’s digital transformation.

Its assets? BIM considerably optimizes the time and money invested by local authorities, while securing the various stages of a project from design to completion for all stakeholders. By using digital models and integrated data, BIM will also eventually help to minimize environmental impacts by optimizing the use of resources, and improving the energy efficiency of plants.

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