January 26, 2016 energyair Share this post We’re proud to wish a happy anniversary to Scott Murphy, BIM Manager, as he celebrates 10 years with the Energy Air team. Before joining Energy Air, Scott was no stranger to the industry. He had his own company providing design services to various HVAC contractors, and prior to that, he worked for father’s company, South Seminole Sheet Metal. Since joining Energy Air, Scott has been a key contributor to the success of many high profile and resume-building projects for Energy Air. Senior Vice President, John Bartkovich, recruited Scott in 2005 to manage the CAD function for Energy Air. In that time, Scott has grown and developed the department into one of the leading mechanical BIM teams in central Florida. His department is known for getting the job done no matter what – they’ve even been known to work multiple shifts to help achieve even the most aggressive project schedules. A recent letter from the Virtual Design and Construction Coordinator at one of our long-time clients read, “The company offers top-notch quality, service and knowledge. Across the board, we are always pleased with their work and prefer to work with them on all BIM projects.” The letter went on to further explain a large project for an important client. “Because of their commitment, we were able to present the project owner with clash-free coordination documentation ahead of schedule, which in return saved us and our client funds. We believe their attention to detail and knowledge of the BIM process and strategies led to that success.” Scott’s knowledge of how different building systems work together and his problem-solving capabilities make him a valuable asset on all projects he oversees. On a typical weekday, you can find him attending on-site coordination meetings, virtual coordination meetings, coaching his team of designers and working with Energy Air’s team of more than 18 project managers. Weekends from fall through spring you can find Scott wearing camo in a tree, pursuing his passion of hunting. When asked what the most exciting project he’s worked on is, Scott answers without hesitation, “Daytona Rising,” a project recently wrapped up by Energy Air that had a coordination effort that lasted more than two years. It’s clear when talking with Scott that he has a true passion for his field. He’s excited about the progress made in the industry and the direction it is heading. “It’s pretty amazing how far things have come along in the past several years with regards to advancements in technology,” said Scott. “They’ve really enabled the construction industry to adopt some pretty innovative project delivery methods, and it’s amazing the difference that upfront collaboration between all trades can have on the success of a project.” Learn more about Energy Air’s BIM services here.