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As BOND’s Director of Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), Chris Fogg is ahead of the curve in new building technologies. With over 16 years’ experience, Chris has led BOND’s VDC department, elevating the firm’s use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), laser scanning, Autodesk BIM360 and other technologies to provide cost and time savings for clients. Under his guidance, BOND was the first construction manager in New England to offer a unique in-house laser scanning service.

Chris works closely with clients, partners and design teams, to create building models that improve schedule efficiencies by allowing systems coordination long before the start of construction in the field. He’s worked on many high-profile projects for clients such as Boston College, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Eversource and Harvard Business School. One of his most memorable projects was MIT’s Central Utility Plant, where he used laser scanning technology to install a new deaerator and storage tank.

Chris received a Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management Technology from Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT). He graduated in the top 4 percent of his class and was honored with the President’s Award for his outstanding performance. Chris is AGC CM-BIM certified as well as OSHA 10-hour certified. He serves as speaker and volunteer for many organizations such as the Association of General Contractors (AGC), Boston Society of Architects (BSA), Construction Management Association of America (CMAA), Massport, Brown University and WIT.  He teaches an AIA laser scanning & BIM course throughout New England and was recently named one of ENR New England’s Top Young Professionals for 2016.

Beyond Bond

Work keeps Chris very busy, but he puts his family first. A resident of Westford, Massachusetts, he makes it a top priority to spend quality time every day with his wife, son and daughter. He serves as a soccer and basketball coach for his kids' teams and enjoys outdoor family activities such as skiing and kayaking.