This week was my final week at NOVUS. My mentor Andrew was fantastic. Reflecting on all that I accomplished with Andrew, I know almost everything there is to know about how to be a BIM Manager. One important skill is to be organized. A big part of the job is to digitally organize and model the firm’s standards. Another significant part of the job is to assist people in the firm with any obstacles encountered in Revit. A third important role to play as BIM Manager is communication. Andrew was given the role for the purpose of communicating and updating firm standards with new and lasting employees. With a large corporate firm, managing standards requires an entire facet within the firm. All of these skills facilitate productivity and efficiency across all roles in the firm. As an intern, learning this role and seeing the firm’s organization from behind the scenes is crucial to becoming a better architect.