Kamloops Satellite Session

Thompson Rivers University

February 13th, 2018

805 TRU Way

OM3782 (Third Floor Old Main Building)

Kamloops British Columbia 

V2C 0C8

The Value of BIM


Technology has been a key aspect of the construction industry for some time now, more and more projects are completed using Building Information Modeling, from small residential projects to large community projects, technology and the management of information in the design and construction industry is quickly becoming the norm.



During this conference we will be looking at a broader aspect of the Value of BIM, from many aspects of the AECOO industry, we will hear how the industry is utilizing BIM and adds Value to the AECOO industry. There is so much more to BIM than designing infrastructure and buildings, the "I" in BIM is where the value lies, the utilization of this "information" impacts all aspects of the AECOO industry from procurement of materials to efficient planning of construction and building operation.


From efficient construction to improving building design and performance, BIM has an impact on our day to day operations and a long-term impact on our industry. BIM plays a significant role in not only how we design and construct but also in how we how we, schedule, and deliver construction projects.

Kamloops Planning Team

Mindy Marshall, Dipl. Technology; Certified Technician

Co-chair, Architectural & Engineering Technology, Thompson Rivers University

Mindy is a Lecturer and Co-Chair of the Architectural & Engineering Technology program at Thompson Rivers University. Mindy has 30  years of experience with industry standard software; 20 years teaching in the Architectural & Engineering Technology (formerly EDDT) program and is a Revit Certified Professional and AutoCAD Certified Professional. Mindy's has previous work experience in the Industrial Electrical and the Civil/Structural field. Mindy's classroom gives her the opportunity to work with students to help real world clients.  

Scott Chatterton

BIM & Quality Control Manager, CEI Architecture

Scott Chatterton is the BIM and Quality Control Manager for CEI Architecture, one of Canada’s leading architectural firms for public and commercial projects. Scott has over 25 years of industry experience and has a long history of using Autodesk products as an architectural technician, Autodesk-certified AEC instructor, CAD manager, and now as a BIM and Quality Control manager.Scott has experience as an authorized, certified Instructor of the Revit and AutoCAD product line, specializing in architectural design, and is currently a certified professional in both Revit and AutoCAD and building performance analysis. Scott’s extensive knowledge enables him to create and apply efficient design and construction practices using the latest BIM technology and techniques. As a result of his experience, Scott is a sought-after author and presenter at BIM-related conferences, addressing ideas on BIM workflow, processes and protocols. Scott is also on the board of Directors for the Canada BIM Council. He is a prolific blogger who is dedicated to all things BIM. His blog “The BIM Jedi” offers a wide range of articles on Revit and BIM. Visit him online at http://bim4scottc.blogspot.com and on Twitter @BIM4ScottC.

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