David Burczyk

David Burczyk is the Segment Manager for the 3D Capture Portfolio with Trimble Buildings. With over twenty years of AEC industry experience promoting technology and collaboration among design and construction teams, David brings a comprehensive understanding of Building Information Models (BIM) and Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) processes. Through the use of 3D capture and positioning technology, David is focused on the development and implementation of tailored solutions to advance the field productivity of AEC contractors, architects, and engineers.

  • Don’t Invest in a 3D Laser Scanner Until You Read This

    Don’t Invest in a 3D Laser Scanner Until You Read This

    Discover how the right software helps you get more mileage out of your scans and maximize the value of your 3D data and BIM models.

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  • Is the Robot Dog the Construction Industry's New Best Friend?

    Is the Robot Dog the Construction Industry's New Best Friend?

            Boston Dynamics' Spot the Robot Dog armed with the Trimble X7 3D scanner.   The first time I met Boston Dynamics’ Spot the robot dog, I half-wished I had brought some dog biscuits to...

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  • 3 Ways to Use Technology Tools to Perform Better QA/QC

    3 Ways to Use Technology Tools to Perform Better QA/QC

    If you can’t effectively manage your QA/QC project, you’re much more likely to experience clashes, delays, costly rework, and profit losses. Learn how 3D Scanning, Layout, and MR can help.

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  • How to Perform Remote Inspections Using 3D Capture

    How to Perform Remote Inspections Using 3D Capture

    3D laser scanning allows your teams to capture changing conditions on a jobsite and document project progress. 3D laser scanning can also aid in the jobsite inspection process in today's remote world.

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  • Construction Executive: 3D Laser Scanning: The Next Step Toward Greater Accuracy, Productivity and Profitability

    Construction Executive: 3D Laser Scanning: The Next Step Toward Greater Accuracy, Productivity and Profitability

    The use of 3D laser scanning can help address many issues in construction, however many traditional scanning solutions weren’t designed for the specific challenges faced every day in construction.

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  • Evaluating 3D Scanners? Don’t Overlook These 7 Must-have Features

    Evaluating 3D Scanners? Don’t Overlook These 7 Must-have Features

    Understanding how 3D laser scanning can benefit your construction business is an important step in improving your overall efficiency and profitability, learn what features you should be looking for.

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  • 3 Ways to Use a 3D Scanner on Your Next Construction Project

    3 Ways to Use a 3D Scanner on Your Next Construction Project

    3D laser scanning is opening doors for many construction companies to improve their processes and results – Saving time, money and headaches. Here are three ways you can use it on your next project.

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  • The Skinny on Laser Scanning:  How It Works, When to Use It, and Why You Need It

    The Skinny on Laser Scanning: How It Works, When to Use It, and Why You Need It

    To see how scanning can help you address the unique productivity concerns you may have within your organization, it’s helpful to first understand the basics of 3D laser scanning. Let’s take a look!

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  • 3 Often Overlooked Advantages of 3D Scanning

    3 Often Overlooked Advantages of 3D Scanning

    If you’ve used 3D scanning, you already know the benefits it brings to BIM and other workflows. But here are three benefits of 3D scanning worthy of greater attention that you many not know about yet!

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  • Why 3D Scanning Is a Smart Idea for Structural Contractors

    Why 3D Scanning Is a Smart Idea for Structural Contractors

    As a construction professional, you’ve probably seen 3D laser scanners in use on construction sites. These powerful tools make it possible to quickly capture as-built and current site conditions.

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  • How to Make MEP Prefabrication Work for You

    How to Make MEP Prefabrication Work for You

    Prefabrication is increasingly becoming a practical, cost-effective choice for many MEP contractors in the construction industry. In addition to reducing labor requirements, prefabrication lowers ...

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  • Is It Time to Invest in Your Own 3D Scanning Solution?

    Is It Time to Invest in Your Own 3D Scanning Solution?

    3D laser scanning is no longer just a “nice to have” tool. As construction companies of all sizes and specialties experience the undeniable benefits scanning delivers, they’re finding more ways...

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  • Beyond Energy Efficiency: BIM in Sustainable Construction

    Beyond Energy Efficiency: BIM in Sustainable Construction

    When you hear the word “sustainable” at this point, you might start rolling your eyes. That’s not surprising — it’s become a buzzword applied to everything from milk to marketing. But, when you...

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  • The Future of Building Design in 5 Minutes or Less

    The Future of Building Design in 5 Minutes or Less

    While “the future of building design” is far too deep and rich a topic to cover in five minutes or less, (and, be honest, you knew that when you clicked that headline, right?) the top-level...

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  • Top 10 Reasons to Implement BIM

    Top 10 Reasons to Implement BIM

    Building Information Modeling, or BIM, is quickly becoming the standard in building and project design. This model-based approach is used for both communication and collaboration; however, ...

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