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WE ARE ICON-BIM

Our Mission 

Provide field experienced MEP/F Detailing and Coordination services to our clients so they can increase efficiencies and reduce costs during construction. Decisions and operations are developed in alignment with our SPIRIT core values. Integrating into our client’s team, solving problems, and being available is our standard.

 

Our Vision

Build community in the Detailing industry through teaching, outreach to youth, and industry professionals.

 

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Core Values

CORE VALUES

"SPIRIT"

  • Service We aim to provide our clients the highest level of service possible.
  • Performance We push for excellence in everything we do.
  • Integrity We are transparent and honest in our actions, and we adhere to ethical business practices.
  • Respect We treat each other and our clients with dignity and fairness.
  • Innovation We embrace creative solutions that improve our effectiveness to the industry.
  • Trust We provide honest services to our clients. Always remaining transparent about our efforts and capacity.
CEO

Chris Markham

16 Years Experience

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HVAC Vice President

Matt Edelblute

20 Years Experience

Matt Edelblute

Scott DeCamillo

Plumbing & Pipefitting BIM Manager

22 Years Experience

Scott DeCamillo
Senior Project Manager

Brad Cline

20 Years Experience

Brad Cline

Drew Miller

Southwest Division Manager

21 Years Experience

Drew Miller
Blaine Norris

Blaine Noris

HVAC Detailer

35 Years Experience

Dustin Plumlee

Dustin Plumlee

BIM Manager

20 Years Experience

Scott Radonski

Scott Radonski

HVAC Detailer

13 Years Experience

Ron Cefarelli

HVAC Detailer

14 Years Experience

Ron Cefarelli

Wes Goodwin

Piping Detailer

20 Years Experience

Wes_Goodwin

 

Nick Saberon

Plumbing Detailer

16 Years Experience

 

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Jeff Sloan

Jeff Sloan

Piping Detailer

25 Years Experience

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Michael Mata

Piping Detailer

17 Years Experience

Roderick Asuque

Roderick Asuque

Revit Specialist

2 Years Experience

Curtis Hong

Revit Specialist

2 Years Experience

Curtis Hong

Danny Laseke

Sales and Marketing

6 Years Experience

 

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Michelle O'Niell

Executive Assistant

2 Years Experience

Michelle ONeill

Want to learn more about us?

View a downloadable PDF introduction brochure with details on our company, products, and services.

Streamline Integrated Project Delivery

A paradigm shift in streamlining the IPD process.  MEP Coordination for the future.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Click HERE to visit our Free Estimate page and fill out our online RFP with your contact information, upload the project contract documents or provide a link for our team to download them. Our team will be notified and will reach back out immediately. Want to speak with a person instead? Call us at 866.905.9850   

LOD 100 - Conceptual  

The Model Element may be graphically represented in the Model with a symbol or another generic representation. Information related to the Model Element can be derived from other Model Elements. Any information derived from LOD 100 elements must be considered approximate.  

  

LOD 200 - Approximate Geometry  

The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a generic system, object, or assembly with approximate quantities, size, shape, location, and orientation. Any information derived from LOD 200 elements must be considered approximate.  

  

LOD 300 - Precise Geometry  

The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object or assembly in terms of quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation. Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Element. The project origin is defined and the element is located accurately with respect to the project origin.  

  

LOD 350 - Precise Geometry with Connections  

LOD 350 The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object, or assembly in terms of quantity, size, shape, location, orientation, and interfaces with other building systems. Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Element.  

  

 LOD 400- Fabrication-ready Geometry  

LOD 400 The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object or assembly in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation with detailing, fabrication, assembly, and installation information. Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Element.  

  

LOD 500 - Operational/As-built Models  

LOD 500 The Model Element is a field verified representation in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Elements.  

We adhere to the LOD standards above. Typically, we provide LOD 400 models to our clients in order for them to pre-fabricate the systems they are contracted to install. 

We can get started on a project as early as one week after the contract has been executed. We generally prefer two weeks. 

We will have estimates completed within 3 business days.   

We encourage our clients to connect the field with our Detailers directly so that they can solve problems on the fly and go over any questions related to:  fields conditions, spool sheets, shop drawings, Trimble/RTS points, coordination or the BIM Model.   

Yes. All of our Journeymen Detailers come from the field and have completed a 5 year Union apprenticeship in their respective trades. We know how to Detail it because we know how to build it.  

We are primarily a Revit-based company, but we can Detail projects in AutoCAD fabrication if requested. For clash detection and coordination, we use Navisworks Manage. We can join our clients Bluebeam Studio session to review submittals, specifications, or convey questions on the project documents to the EOR. We use BIM Collaborate Pro to publish our Revit models and post our NWC’s for coordination and consumption by other trades on the project. 

All of our leadership have gone through a Union apprenticeship and are Detailers in their respective trades, currently in good standing with their Union. We can go onsite to review field conditions and convey this to our Detailing team in order to accurately model the project.  

ICON can put Detailers onsite as needed for each project. Added cost may apply.   

We will only place Detailers on a project with the experience that the project requires. For example, we will not place a Detailer with only High rise multi-family or Hotel experience on a semiconductor project. You can rest assure the Detailer on your project will have the skillset necessary. If you need a Detailer with Process piping or BioPharma experience, that’s what ICON will provide.   

Yes. Depending on the project need, we typically adhere to a 2 to 1 ratio of Journeyman to Apprentice/Tech on all our projects.   

We can estimate projects on a Lump Sum, Guaranteed Maximum price (GMP) or Not to Exceed (NTE) basis.

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