Sam Castro is Weber Thompson’s BIM Manager and an architectural designer excited to rejoin the Weber Thompson team after ten years away. He is engaged in facilitating the evolution from digital drafting boards to BIM (Building Information Modeling) and the collaborative ecosystem that allows for.
A minimalist at heart, inspired by compositions that make design look easy, Sam is excited that his current role offers a “unique window into all projects Weber Thompson is working on.” But what makes his work feel meaningful is “daily problem solving, and being a conduit between teams to improve our workflows, share resources and learn together.” Every problem is an opportunity to exercise creativity and pursue beauty.
A tried and true Northwest local, he loves to spend Saturday mornings amongst the fruit trees, timber bamboo, and berries planted in his backyard, gardening with his two young daughters. “I’m surrounded by creatives at work and at home, and am grateful for that” he says. “I stay pretty busy, but I rarely say no to getting together for a cup of coffee.”
Washington State University, Bachelor of Architecture