Is Round or Square a Choice?

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Is Round or Square a Choice?

June 11, 2019 | Uncategorized | No Comments



It is believed that the wheel was first used around 12,000 years ago and was “invented” many times by different societies that had no contact with each other.

One of the challenges of public involvement meetings is to transfer engineering concepts to a non-engineering, decision-making stakeholder. Talk about pulling a cart with square wheels!  Ironically, the stakeholder feels the same way when it comes to understanding the proposed engineering concepts.

The sweet spot of 123BIM is its ability to quickly communicate complex design ideas to design teams and the stakeholder public, on any of their devices and social media accounts in real-time.

Need help ‘rounding’ out your transportation design communication corners? Let’s talk.

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Gary Rackliff

Gary Rackliff brings over 20 years of experience, professionalism and success to Real Image Solutions. Prior to Real Image Solutions, Gary served in the Royal Air Force for 10 years. During those 10 years, he was deployed to multiple overseas locations, including Hong Kong, Falkland Islands and Belize.

Following his service in the RAF, he worked as a civilian engineer for British Aerospace in Saudi Arabia, attached to the Royal Saudi Air Force based in Dharan, close to the Iraqi border. Those three years, included support of Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

On leaving British Aerospace, he moved to the United States and worked in Flight Operations at the Orlando International Airport.

A career change took him into CAD Drafting and 3D Visualization. Gary worked for R. Miller Architecture (RMA) in Orlando for 9 years, where he was tapped to start up R. Miller Visualization (RMV).

When Gary left RMV, he started his own company, Redcoat 3D, which ran successfully until selling it as an asset purchase to IMAGINiT Technologies in 2006, where he remained until June 2009. In September of that year he started VIS, an international design visualization firm based in Rock Hill, S.C.

Having left VIS, Gary returned to Central Florida focusing on all aspects of technical management, pre and post sales, training and implementation throughout Brick RoadFX client base and all of its geographical regions.

In April 2012, he accepted a full-time position with one of BRFX clients, BCC Engineering as Senior Visualization Designer, where he remained until branching out and Starting Real Image Solutions.

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