For 20+ years, Doug Eberhard has created and implemented innovative visual IT solutions on over $120 Billion of Capital Planning, Design, Engineering, and Construction projects around the world. Doug did most of this work while at Parsons Brinkerhoff (PB), where he managed over 300 different projects and oversaw several technology groups and initiatives. Serving as PB’s Chief Technology Officer until he joined Autodesk in 2007, Doug helped pioneer numerous unique and award-winning solutions to visually and virtually communicate and manage proposed projects using advanced Computer Modeling and Simulation, Geospatial Visualization, Web-based Project Management Systems, and Digital Collaboration Technologies.
Doug’s more notable projects include implementation of 3D/4D Modeling for the $12B NYC World Trade Center Rebuilding Program, both Public and Private Information Websites for the NYC Lower Manhattan rebuilding plan and Internet-based Program Management Systems for General Motors, AT&T, FEMA, Network Rail, NYC MTA, Caltrans, Singapore Ministry of Environment and Level 3 Communications.
Doug has been a featured speaker at numerous industry, media and academia events and is a founding member of the Transportation Research Board’s Geometric Visualization Committee. Doug was named to the Carnegie Mellon Presidents Advisory Board in 2007 and has been an advisor to several AEC companies and industry consortia.