Joshua Good has joined Quantum Reality Capture as vice president of BIM operations.
Originally from Grantville, Pennsylvania, Good graduated from The Savannah College of Art and Design with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2003 and a Master of Architecture in 2004.
Good would later move to Charleston in 2005, where he has practiced architectural design and project management for the last 16 years.
Good will be leveraging his extensive experience in architecture to advance QRC’s growth as a cutting-edge architectural imaging and as-built service provider.
QRC uses the latest in LiDAR capable devices and drone technology to scan existing architecture and construction projects to translate into a variety of design-ready files, as-built plan sets, or even virtual tours.
Good’s responsibilities will include management of these translation workflows from scan to deliverable design documents as well as innovation of new scan to BIM (Building Information Modeling) processes as the technology continues to progress.
In his free time, Good enjoys a variety of recreational sports, frequenting Charleston’s many breweries, and cruising the town in his 1965 Plymouth Belvedere.
For more information about Quantum Reality Capture, contact Brooks Johnson at [email protected]