JGMA is an architecture and design firm with projects across North America, Latin America, Asia and the Middle East. Based in Chicago, JGMA’s vast portfolio ranges from small to large projects that span the areas of education, research and technology, hospitality, residential, healthcare, commercial, interiors, urban and master planning, product design and graphic design. Its professionals constantly cultivate the concept of architecture and look at each project as an opportunity to influence civic life and transform communities.
When Darya Minosyants Stefanovic joined JGMA as the Director of Technology, she brought extensive experience with Ideate Software tools for Revit, having used them at the firm she worked at previously. “My last employer was a strong user and advocate of Ideate Software products,” said Darya. “I came to JGMA knowing their power, and after a few discussions and demonstrations of how we would spend less time on tedious Revit tasks, the team was sold.”
|Daley College Manufacturing Technology & Engineering Center. JGMA used building transparency to showcase machines, equipment, and products integral to the learning objectives of the colleges and to provide a visual connection to the surrounding community.|
“We subscribed to the Ideate Software bundle about two weeks ago,” said Darya. “The team is busy exploring the functionality and building the workflows into their daily activities.”
Here are some ways JGMA is already benefiting from Ideate Software tools:
|Esperanza Health Centers. JGMA designed this fully accessible building utilizing forward-thinking design to attract and unite the surrounding community.|
“In addition to streamlining processes, our team is talking about how Ideate QuickSelect is helping them learn about Revit, because it explains how Revit works and how projects are set up,” said Darya.
“Although the team just started using these tools a few weeks ago, they are using them daily and enjoying the time savings,” said Darya. “The tools will pay for themselves in a few months and will continue to bring additional value as we use them more and more.”