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When a project is being delivered what should owners be considering as part of the project handover? What is the record model? What does it look like and what does it need to contain? When should you be seeing the data? Should there be iterative points rather than all at the end or a consolidated dataset of the project? What type of Digital documentation for each asset should be provided and how do you eliminate disparate information that is not linked together?

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Patrick Saavedra

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Director, Architecture, Engineering and Design - York University

Director, Architecture, Engineering and Design - York University

Biographie

Patrick Saavedra is the University Architect and Director, Planning, Architecture, Engineering and Design at York University. Patrick oversees 200 projects a year and several large capital projects as it relates to Planning, Urban Design, Architecture and BIM. Over his career, Patrick has been responsible for projects varying in scale and complexity in Toronto and internationally including Dubai, Trinidad, and Tobago, to New York and Washington DC metro area.  Patrick is Architect, Urban Planner and Educator with over 25 years professional experience. He is dual trained and holds multiple degrees, a Bachelor of Architectural Science from Ryerson University, and professional degrees, a Master of Architecture and Master of Urban Planning both from the University of Michigan and has completed Design Studies at University of Copenhagen. With approx. 15 years overall teaching experience he was an adjunct professor at The Catholic University of America in Washington DC teaching in the graduate program at the School of Architecture focusing on the design of complex mixed-use hybrid projects. He currently teaches foreign trained architects at Ryerson University in a post-professional program. Patrick has been a guest critic at a number of architectural schools in the US and Canada and I is involved in a number of advisory roles as a member of The City of Toronto’s Public Art Commission, the City of Mississauga’s Urban Design Review Panel. In October of 2019 Patrick was recognized by his peers and was elevated to Fellow of the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada. He has presented at numerous AEC related events in Canada and the US. This past fall 2019 CanBIM recognized Patrick with the Professional Achievement Award for his significant contribution to the advancement of digital innovation in Canada.

When a project is being delivered what should owners be considering as part of the project handover? What is the record model? What does it look like and what does it need to contain? When should you be seeing the data? Should there be iterative points rather than all at the end or a consolidated dataset of the project? What type of Digital documentation for each asset should be provided and how do you eliminate disparate information that is not linked together?

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