MINNEAPOLIS — (BUSINESS WIRE) — November 21, 2014 — CTC announces the hiring of Mike Hnastchenko, AIA, to join as the Director of Innovation. Mike will be sharing his expertise in design and BIM technologies in a senior leadership role. He will focus on improving the depth and breadth of CTC’s Revit Express Tools product line, BIM data integration, BIM360 applications and identifying future industry trends for Owners, Architects, Engineers and Construction.
As a licensed architect and technology leader, Mike’s career path evolved from his Principal leadership role to most recently, a senior leader in Target’s Property Development Group. As head of information technology and digital design at Ellerbe Becket/AECOM he was responsible for all aspects of strategic information technology and systems planning with a focus on practice, as well as business, technology. His knowledge, experience and ability to forecast industry trends was apparent in his work on major BIM projects including Orlando VA Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente Hospitals, and Sidra Medical Center in Doha Qatar. As a senior leader in Target’s Property Development Group, Mike led the transition of the Architecture, Engineering and Construction teams to the Autodesk Revit Platform. This resulted in delivering BIM standards across new distribution centers and, Target stores in the US and Canada.
“Adding Mike to our leadership team will help CTC continue to provide complete software and service solutions to our clients,” said Oliver Turan, Sales Manager at CTC. “Mike has demonstrated his ability to investigate and test industry trends, which is congruent with CTC’s culture of going beyond the ‘cutting edge of technology’. Our Revit Express Tools customer base continues to grow worldwide and Mike’s experience at Ellerbe Becket, AECOM, and Target will help us keep our offerings relevant to our customer base. Customer relationships have always been of utmost importance to us in enhancing existing offerings while improving our products and processes through client feedback.”
CTC’s newest Director of Innovation, Mike Hnastchenko, said, “This is a unique opportunity in my career path that directly applies the more than 30 years of my experience into a position where I can work with a multitude of firms and help them grow upon their successes. Working with CTC as a prior customer, I have seen the quality and development invested in their Revit Express Tools, as well as their passion to partner with their clients. I am excited to now be a part of the team contributing to the future direction of Revit Express Tools and CTC.”
Throughout his career Mike has proven success in strategic business planning, implementation strategies for emerging technologies, impact project delivery processes all of which have a direct effect on operating budgets. Cognizant of and well versed in industry technology trends, Mike will lead business initiatives that take innovative approaches and execution for the benefit of CTC’s clients.
About CTC, Inc.
CTC is a worldwide leader in providing BIM services for the building, infrastructure and facilities management industries. Boasting a broad portfolio of international and Fortune 500 clients, CTC is a celebrated Autodesk Gold Partner, a Premier member of the Autodesk Content Network, an Autodesk Authorized Training Center, an Autodesk Consulting Services Partner, and a member of the Autodesk Developer Network. Developer of the Revit Express Tools, with more than 40,000 customers worldwide, CTC leads the Revit Add-in community by providing workflow solutions that increase productivity for firms of all sizes. For additional information about CTC’s world-class products, services and Revit Express Tools, visit www.cadtechnologycenter.com
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