Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering), The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
Master in Design Studies (Digital Media), Harvard University GSD
Master of Architecture, Georgia Tech
Geoffrey Maulion is a part-time lecturer focused on teaching Revit from a design and professional perspective. He is a Project Architect at Flad Architects and has over 13 years of experience working on a diverse set of project types, ranging from healthcare to higher education buildings. He has been involved in the development of BIM as a design tool, its role in the documentation, coordination, and collaboration processes, as well as innovating ways of working and visualizing design.
Geoffrey is currently developing new processes leveraging BIM and the latest technologies to innovate practice workflows and how we communicate design intent. He has been the Project BIM Lead on a project for DHS, where he successfully led an integrated design team joint venture between 3 architectural offices, 3 MEP engineering offices, and 2 structural offices. Here he developed innovative and efficient ways of working and collaborating with BIM, including design phase clash detection, quantity verification, and quality management.
He has had speaking engagements at Autodesk University in Las Vegas on topics of BIM project management, at BIMShowLive in London on clash detection management, and lectured in various academic architectural venues on the topics of BIM, architectural workflows, and innovative technologies.
ARCH 4833/6426 - 3D Modeling (Revit for Design and Collaboration)
ARCH 6230 - Construction Tech 2
Revit, BIM, 3D Modeling