NEWPORT BEACH, CA, Oct 24, 2016 – U.S. CAD, an AEC technology consultant and Autodesk Platinum Partner, announces the addition of Ron Couillard to its Professional Services team in the role of Solutions Consultant.
“Design and engineering technology is changing rapidly and is driving demand for new levels of expertise. With his skillset and experience, Ron’s addition positions U.S. CAD to better anticipate the needs of our customers and deliver impactful results,” states Chris Keck, senior director of Professional Services at U.S. CAD. “We are delighted to welcome Ron to the team and look forward to the contributions he will make as U.S. CAD continues to grow and evolve.”
Ron Couillard brings more than 16 years of civil infrastructure industry experience to his new role, where he will be tasked with providing clients with technology, software, and hardware recommendations to help solve their business needs. Mr. Couillard will also leverage his experience from serving as CAD manager and senior civil designer at several engineering firms to address challenges that are unique to the civil infrastructure industry. Prior to joining U.S. CAD, Mr. Couillard served in a similar role at CADSoft Solutions in Arizona.
Mr. Couillard will be attending the 2016 Phoenix BIM Workshops on October 27th.
For more information about U.S. CAD’s civil infrastructure solutions or to request a Discovery Meeting, visit http://www.uscad.com.
About U.S. CAD
U.S. CAD is a full-service technology consultant for the architecture, engineering, construction, and infrastructure industries, connecting companies with the software, hardware, training, production, and consulting they need to win more, produce more, and achieve more. From BIM software to 3D laser scanning and drones, customers are able to address their specific needs with the guidance and expertise of the U.S. CAD team. U.S. CAD is an Autodesk Platinum Partner and Bluebeam Platinum Partner, and also a member of the Leica, 3D Robotics, Panzura, CADLearning, CGS Tools, and Twinmotion partner networks.
For more information, visit http://www.uscad.com.