Trilogy Partners is to attend The American Institute of Architects Conference in Orlando this April 27th-29th. Trilogy will be the guests of SketchUp at the conference, where they will be demonstrating and talking about Trilogy’s Project Management Modeling and how this process complete with SketchUp software is changing the way homes are designed and built across America. Trilogy wants to educate the industry and market about their process, and the close relationship Trilogy has with SketchUp is helping them achieve this.


Michael Rath, CEO of Trilogy comments “Trilogy Partners is thrilled to be invited to the 2017 American Institute of Architects convention to present our Project Management Modeling process to 25,000 architects and industry professionals. We are excited to share our process that puts clients as the center of a project while showing every design detail of a home’s exterior and interior, all while being more efficient with time and materials. We think PMM is going to blow the roof off of AIA!”

From all of us at Trilogy we would like to say a big thank you to our friends at SketchUp for your continued support of our Design Build firm in Breckenridge, Colorado.

Please see our recent interviews with SketchUp on their website.

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Tune in to Trilogy Partners Facebook Page  March 29th and March 30th from 8am – 8pm MST every hour on the hour for Design in a Day.

One Team.

One House.

One Day.

Can they do it?

What do you do when you have the best lot in Breckenridge but the house on it is antiquated and does not honor the stunning mountain and lake views around it? You hire Trilogy Partners.



We are going to create a totally new home design concept for this magnificent piece of land by employing the creativity of our in-house design team and our Project Management Modeling process that leverage’s Trimble SketchUp Pro software to turn this ugly duckling into a beautiful swan. The end result will be a stunning 3D model of a new home design complete with kitchen, bathrooms, tile, trim, furniture…everything that makes a house a home. And we are going to do it in 24 hours.




Can it be done?

We think so. Would any other design build attempt to do this? Definitely not. Trilogy’s Project Management Modeling is unlike any other project management tool as it integrates 3D virtual models with highly organized efficiency. SketchUp’s Chris Brashar even says that he is “personally astounded by what Trilogy are doing with SketchUp for whole project management.” 

Mark your calendars and follow us on Facebook to watch the progress of this transformation on Wednesday, March 29 and Thursday, March 30 from 8am MST

Tune in to Trilogy Partners Facebook Page March 29th at 8am MST for the first Facebook Live session of Design in a Day


London is gearing up for next summer’s Olympics and it looks like they will have all construction completed on time with over 80% of the projects already finished.

Olympic Stadium, which will host both the opening and closing ceremonies, will surely take center stage next summer. Located at the southern entrance of the Olympic Park in Stratford, east London, this stadium will definitely become a London landmark.

Olympic Stadium in London. Courtesy of London Attractions

Olympic Stadium in London. Courtesy of BBC

The Aquatics Centre, called the ‘gateway’ to the Park, will include a 50m competition pool, a 25m competition diving pool and a 50m warm-up training pool.

Aquatics Centre in London. Courtesy of

Aquatics Centre in London. Courtesy of BBC

The Basketball Arena is one of the largest temporary venues built for any Games.

Basketball Arena in London. Courtesy of

Basketball Stadium in London. Courtesy of BBC

Other venues being utilized during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London are Wembley Stadium, which will host soccer; Excel will host boxing, fencing, judo, table tennis, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling; North Greenwich Arena will feature artistic gymnastics, trampoline and basketball; Earls Court – volleyball.

Courtesy of BBC

It is definitely a massive undertaking for any city to host an Olympic game. Colorado (Denver) was all set to host the 1976 Olympics here, but pulled out in 72′ because of worries about the impact to the environment. It looks like London will come out on top and we can’t wait to see how all the venues look once fully completed.

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