Employee Spotlight: Annie Brozini

Q: How long have you been working at Elm?

A: I have been working at Elm for about a year and seven months.

Q: Can you tell us a little about your role at Elm?

A: I am a BIM/VDC Engineer, working on creating 3D models designing electrical equipment / structural designs for framework and equipment supports; designing and creating 3D models for overall projects (layout plans, architectural design/plans, etc.); and working in the field with the Trimble total station, surveying and scanning existing buildings for proposed project layouts.

Q: What are some of the things you enjoy most about working at Elm?

A: Things I enjoy most about working at Elm is how work flow is very hands-on. Being able to work out in the field and in the office, learning and experiencing what goes on in the field then creating models and plans in office. When everything is complete and the models are built and at the job site, it’s an awesome feeling being able to see your final work in real life.

Q: What has been one of your most rewarding experiences at Elm?

A: One of my most rewarding experiences at Elm would be every time I finish a project or model and being able to see my work on the site. Design proposals and layouts can be very difficult when trying to fit new equipment or conduit runs around existing components. It’s challenging trying to find ways to make everything work and flow. It’s so rewarding when I can finally figure out a way to make it work, and makes the challenges and struggle worth it when both the client and team are happy and seeing it work in the field.

Q: What do you like to do when you’re not working?

A: When I’m not working, I like to spend my time outdoors, whether it’s hiking, snowboarding/skateboarding, or being on the water, all with friends and family. I love going to concerts, which have taken up a lot of my weekends. After work on my week days you can usually find me hanging out with my chickens, so fresh eggs if anyone wants some! (: