About Me





Mr. Bryan Todd Rogers is a certified Partner Service Expert (P.S.E.) and certified Autodesk instructor  with over 25+ years of experience in teaching, managing, and, providing hardware and software  solutions for hundreds of  engineering firms throughout the greater Houston, Texas area.  Mr. Rogers  has a proven track record of success  for implementing technology to engineering firms to speed up  production and accuracy for a large increase of  ROI.

In 1995, Mr. Rogers began his professional career after graduating from the Art Institute of Houston  where  he earned his degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design.  Today, Mr. Rogers is a valued  member of the Civil Infrastructure group at Walter P Moore, Houston, Texas,  where he works as a BIM Manager.

Todd is a leader in customizing company standards to fit their everyday workflow, and creating solutions to  problems due to software or hardware error.  Mr. Rogers has a proven track record of  leading a strong team and  delivering next-generation technical solutions, improving revenues,  margins and workplace productivity.  He has an outstanding record of providing technical support for  clients through on-site training and web support.  He has also authored and co-authored training  materials for AutoCAD Civil 3D and Autodesk InfraWorks for implementation throughout the design  industry.

Mr. Rogers holds the “Autodesk Expert Elite” status – a program to recognize individual community members who have made extraordinary contributions with helping customers by sharing knowledge, providing community leadership, and exemplifying an engaging style of collaboration that drives a healthy and valuable Autodesk customer community.  He is also on the Autodesk Infrastructure Participatory Design Council.  In 2012, he presented “Autodesk Infrastructure Modeler” to industry professionals in Las Vegas, Nevada at Autodesk University. Mr. Rogers shares his enthusiasm for Autodesk with his community, as well as represents the voice of the customer back to Autodesk. Todd is also an acting member of the Board of Directors for AUGI.

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    1. You will first have to get trained on Autodesk software. There are many disciplines from Civil Engineering to Mechanical Engineering. Each discipline uses their own Autodesk software geared toward their industry. You can download a trial version from http://www.autodesk.com. Then you can go to youtube and check out some of the tutorials and training videos to help you along.

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