|Industry||Architecture, engineering, construction and owner-operated|
|Key people||Michael Jansen, Founder/CEO
Alain Waha, President
, Melvin Wallace
Satellier Inc. was a US-based company, headquartered in Chicago, IL with operations in India. The company provides global workshare services to architecture, engineering, construction and owner-operated (AECO) partners.
Satellier employs over 250 people in its offices located in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, London, New Delhi, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. Its portfolio spans a range of markets, including retail, health care, residential, office complexes, mixed-use facilities, hospitality, education, and campuses worldwide.
In April 2008, Satellier acquired Screampoint, the inventor of and leader in 5D Digital City and Digital Building systems.
Satellier provides workshare services such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), Design Support, Engineering/MEP, Design Management Services, and computer aided drafting support to architectural, engineering, and MEP disciplines. In India, Satellier offers Design Management Services that bridge the gap between international design and local construction realities in India.
Satellier's employees are experienced with international design standards and construction technology practices, and are affiliated with the AIA (American Institute of Architecture), RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects), and other leading organizations serving the global architecture, engineering, construction, and owner communities.
Satellier was founded by CEO Michael Jansen, a graduate of the Yale and Cambridge Schools of Architecture as well as a Fulbright scholar. Mr. Jansen continues to lead the company as the Executive Chairma. The management team also includes: Alain Waha - CEO; Rajesh Garg - CFO; Melvin Wallace- Director Sales & Marketing.
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