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Return to Workplace:
Space Planning for Changing Health Guidelines

Tuesday August 18 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET

Tuesday August 18 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET

As more people return to the workplace, design decisions take on new significance. Whether you’re designing for the safe arrangement of desks, the width or spacing of aisles, or other needs. 

Join our AEC Technical Specialists as they discuss how Generative Design in Revit can assist and identify how to safely re-design the workplace to comply with physical distancing guidelines. We’ll discuss the current challenges of employees and employers and how generative design workflows can bring informed decision making to design exploration.

This webinar will cover:

  • Return to workplace challenges 
  • Introduction to Generative Design in Revit
  • Generative Design live demo 
  • An overview of Autodesk resources 

Reopening your office space safely during current times is challenging, but Autodesk is here to be a partner and help make the transition easier.


  • Brenda Colin

    Autodesk Technical Specialist, AEC

    Brenda holds a Bachelor in Architecture. She has been part of Autodesk for almost 3 years as Technical Specialist. Brenda’s previous role was as Contracts Specialist in Parsons, the PM for the New Airport of Mexico City, were she worked with the team in the Prime Contract administration and by providing support during the formation and administration stage of subcontracts. Previous to this experience, Brenda worked as Project Leader in KMD Architects Mexico and she was a key resource during the transition from 2D to BIM models. During this role, she coordinated the Design Process from Conceptual Design to Construction Documents for mixed used Buildings

  • Sam Galloway

    Autodesk Technical Specialist, AEC

    Sam has Bachelor of Science in Project Management from CSU, and is currently a MBA Candidate at LSU-Shreveport. In 2019 she received her CM-BIM from the Associated General Contractors of America. Sam’s previous role was at Archer Western Construction (Walsh Group) as the Construction Technology Manager for the Texas Region. While working there she was able to work on two large projects, a multi-family high rise and an expansion to DFW Airport. She was responsible for working with the MEPF subcontractors, and coordinating their models as well as running coordination meetings on a weekly basis.  Before this role, she had worked at Hilti North America on the measuring team, as support for their total stations.

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