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Résumé de la présentation

This presentation offers a brief introduction to a new resource for owners and building professionals. "Building Information Modelling For Wood Buildings: An Introductory Guide" is intended to help design and construction professionals and suppliers who work in the world of wood buildings get started with BIM. It  also shows building owners, operators and developers the value-add that BIM can realize when used to deliver innovative timber buildings, efficiently, reliably and sustainably.

Who's Presenting

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Helen Goodland

(Moderator)

Head of Research and Innovation - Scius Advisory

Head of Research and Innovation - Scius Advisory

Biographie

Helen Goodland is an architect registered in the UK and has an MBA from the University of BC. She brings over 30 years of experience working on transformative solutions for the real estate and construction industries in Canada and around the world. She is also a compelling public speaker, facilitator and educator. Helen is firmly committed to achieving truly sustainable buildings within the next decade. She is also passionate about advancing leadership opportunities for women in construction technology. To this end, she participates on numerous boards and committees. Currently she serves on the National Zero Waste Council’s construction taskforce and has been the chair of the UN Sustainable Buildings Initiative’s Materials Technical Committee. Helen is one of the BC Sustainable Energy Association’s climate action heroes and has been nominated as a YWCA Woman of Distinction. In 2017, she received the Vancouver Regional Construction Association's Outstanding Woman in Construction Award.

This presentation offers a brief introduction to a new resource for owners and building professionals. "Building Information Modelling For Wood Buildings: An Introductory Guide" is intended to help design and construction professionals and suppliers who work in the world of wood buildings get started with BIM. It  also shows building owners, operators and developers the value-add that BIM can realize when used to deliver innovative timber buildings, efficiently, reliably and sustainably.

Scott Chatterton

BIM Technical Director - BIM One

Scott Chatterton is a senior BIM Certified Professional, but also a teacher at heart, who enjoys helping others succeed. Cumulating over 20 years of industry experience, Mr. Chatterton has implemented digital practice workflows, processes and applications to national and international projects, ranging from large healthcare facilities and multi-unit residential housing, to multi-discipline infrastructure projects. Proficient with various delivery methods, including Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Integrated Design Process (IDP), he understands the crucial role BIM plays in the success of projects.
Scott often adopts a player/coach role, providing hands-on engagement, guidance and leadership to managers and specialists. His capacity to broadly reach diverse profiles improves collaboration and efficiency recommended for today’s BIM projects. Resourceful and experienced as a technologist, BIM Manager and Digital Practice Leader, he is a mentor of choice who successfully implements cost-effective strategies. As an experienced instructor and a frequent industry guest speaker, Scott easily connects with the audience and communicates clearly.
Currently on the Board of Directors of CanBIM, Scott’s leadership helps lay the path for the growth of BIM in Canada. His expertise in change management and his background in facilitating international connections are key assets to support the technological transition of the industry nationwide, but also to realize new ways of utilizing BIM.

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