Toronto Regional Session & Technology Exhibition

September 28-29

 

Beanfield Centre

100 Princes' Boulevard

Exhibition Place 

Toronto, Ontario 

M6K 3C3, Canada 

Early Bird Deadline August 25th

Supporting Event Sponsors

Technology Built Innovation III

Jam-packed with activity, CanBIM Toronto 2017 will address issues of interoperability related to technology, lifecycle data management and collaborative solutions. With so many stakeholders harnessing systems and data at varying stages, a host of challenges are created. CanBIM Toronto will tackle these by addressing strategic change and decision management solutions to create measurable value for the AECOO stakeholders throughout a facility’s lifecycle. Topics explored will include: 

 

Lifecycle Data/Information Management

Asset Management 

BIM for FM  

AR/VR 

BIM and GIS

Mobile Technology 

Who should attend?

Government Agencies

Senior Management

Owners

Facility Managers

General Contractors

Trades

Engineers

Architects

BIM Consultants

Keynote Speaker

Veronica Silva

Director General, Public Works & Government Services Canada, Real Property Branch

Veronica has worked in a variety of areas in the field of design, construction and project management. She has extensive experience in managing both significant financial resources and budgets for project and programs of work ranging up to $360 million annually and conducted diverse integrated projects teams as well as interdisciplinary human resource teams reporting under her direction as large as 320 people. Her experience in the Federal Government of Canada has spanned 25 years and includes the delivery of national programs in fit-up, accommodation, interior design, architecture, national accessibility for the disabled programs, extensive work in our Parliamentary Precinct locations and international work in Germany, Japan and China, as the Federal Government’s Technical Authority for the design and construction of Canada’s Pavilions at the World’s International Expos events.

 

As a senior management executive, she has led transformational exercises to achieve efficiencies, clarify roles and responsibilities, and align the parts of the organization that she became responsible for to effectively meet the broader business objectives and strategic directions of the branch and the department.

 

She is currently responsible for the National Functional Direction to all of the department’s regional delivery arms for Architecture & Engineering Services ( including Heritage Conservation) all areas of expertise), Environmental and Health & Safety Services, , and Geomatics Services. She is also responsible for the operational project delivery and program delivery support for all the Technical areas. She is also accountable for all Compliance to Health & Safety and code requirements for the departments role as custodian for all of our assets (buildings, sites/lands, engineering assets (bridges and dams), and to develop the oversight framework and ensure continuous improvement processes for the work done by a service providers.

Toronto Planning Team

Brent Mauti

Global Director, Design Technology, IBI Group

Brent Mauti is the Global Director of Design Technology for IBI Group and is tasked with the implementation of design automation within the firm. With 15 years of experience in design and construction management projects from multiple business sectors, Brent is recognized as an expert in Building Information Modeling (BIM). He has focused on data interoperability across various platforms and on the global deployment of BIM through various collaborative means. Brent has been a part of teams that managed various BIM / Collaboration systems both at a corporate level as well as on projects of varying scales and complexities. He has delivered presentations and interacted with various external entities like Bentley Systems Inc., Autodesk, the Canada BIM Council, the University of Toronto, Interior Designers of Canada (IIDEX), among others. Brent has a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Toronto and is an architect and member of the Ontario and Alberta Associations of Architects, the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, National Council of Architectural Registration Board, and the American Institute of Architects.

Gordon McElravy

Principal, McElravy & Associates Inc.

Mr. McElravy has a well-established reputation in the Geospatial Industry, having acquired numerous years of working experience on a broad range of Geospatial Projects. During his career, he has held senior positions in industry, post-secondary education, and government. His professional career focused heavily on government where he assisted various jurisdictions with disseminating their geospatial CAD / GIS asset data within their corporate data enterprise and beyond.

Recent developments in the geospatial industry pertaining to 3D Visualization and ‘Intelligent Modeling’ of infrastructure - which supports ‘Open Data’ sharing principles, provides a much broader data content footprint, and more ‘intelligent’ data structure environment than that which exists in the traditional GIS Geospatial Corporate Enterprise. This broader geospatial footprint he calls ‘Big Geospatial’, a merging of CAD, GIS and BIM within a 3D Homogeneous Data Visualization - in support of Sustainable Infrastructure and Cities. 

As an ardent advocate of ‘Open Data’ he works with organizations to assist them in understanding the transitional process necessary to support a ‘Big Geospatial’ data enterprise and its potential in the development of SMART Infrastructure and Cities.

Clint Undseth

VP Innovation, Stuart Olson

Clint Undseth has always had an interest in how to improve and do things differently. “Over the last 8 years the focus has been oriented to Building Performance from collaborative design, construction and operating lifecycle with an emphasis on sustainability, reducing waste, and regenerative building. My curiosity has me studying how to effect positive change. Change is difficult and I’ve been fortunate to work in diverse environments where I’ve gathered important experiences and lessons learned regarding change management.”

Thomas J. Strong

Managing Director of Virtual Construction Services, EllisDon Construction

Responsible for the strategic direction of EllisDon's BIM Initiative and adaption of new innovative solutions to ensure EllisDon continues to meet the evolving needs of its clients. As an outspoken advocate of leveraging 3D technologies in construction, Mr. Strong has presented to numerous industry groups. Mr. Strong has been working in the construction industry for 13 years, working in R&D/Engineering as well as Project management.

Pietro Ferrari

MRAIC, Assoc.AIA. Professor, Architectural Studies

Pietro Ferrari is a Professor and Program Coordinator in the School of Architectural Studies at George Brown College’s Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies (CCET) in Toronto, where he has been a Faculty member since 2004 and also part of the Implementation Team  for CCET's BIM Management Post-Grad Certificate Program. In addition to his role in academia, Pietro remains active as a design consultant, with over 25 years of experience in the building and construction industry.


Pietro received his Bachelor of Technology from Ryerson Polytechnical Institute in Toronto and both a Bachelor of Architecture Professional Degree and a Master of Architecture from Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan.

Steve Nonis

Principal, Turner Fleischer Architects

Steve’s quest is to find the optimum connection between advances in new design technologies and breakthrough architectural solutions. He joined the firm in 2002 and was instrumental in TF’s pioneering efforts to apply 3D design processes to satisfy client objectives. His goal is to effectively integrate building information modeling (BIM) into the options available to Turner Fleischer’s diversified clientele.

Steve heads up the Residential + Mixed-Use team and especially enjoys his role in telling the firm’s story to prospective recruits – ever searching for the next generation of prototypical TFers. His greatest satisfaction comes from seeing the results of his team’s creative efforts as he travels through the city’s changing landscape, always mindful of the creative efforts of the tradespeople with whom he worked closely in constructing those buildings. What he’s learned from this hands-on approach wasn’t taught in the classroom – it’s a consequence of respectful collaboration, trust in the process and bright young minds.

Ian Trudeau

Senior Technologist, Entuitive Corporation

Ian is based in Toronto, Canada and has 15 years experience in the building and construction industry. He has been using Revit since 2005 and more specifically, Revit Structure since its initial beta release.  Ian has worked on a variety of commercial, residential, institutional and educational buildings in the Canadian and Middle Eastern markets using BIM technologies. He is also a member of AUGI, Ontario Revit Users Group (ORUG), buildingSMART Alliance and a director with the Canada BIM Council, and speaks regularly about his experience with BIM at industry conferences and events.

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