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  • VANCOUVERber February 4-5, 2020

    Pinnacle Hotel Vancouver Harbourfront

    1133 West Hastings Street

    Vancouver British Columbia

    V6E 3T3

    #CANBIMVAN20

    REGIONAL SESSION From the Smart Project to the Smart City:

    Integration and Collaboration Across Policies, Processes and Technologies

    In the shift towards a low carbon built environment, new technologies, digital

    processes, fabrication and efficient assembly methods are transforming the

    way buildings are designed, built and operated. The “internet of everything”

    – IoT, Big Data and more - is connecting people, systems, buildings and

    communities in ways that will disrupt traditional policies, workflows and

    relationships. As the procurement, production and operation of buildings

    and cities moves from analogue to digital, project teams will need to

    collaborate fully and effectively.

    Join us in Vancouver to learn more about new methods, technologies

    and relationships that will impact how we deliver smart, climate-friendly

    buildings and cities in the future.

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  • DAY ONE February 4, 2020

    Owners Summit, CanBIM Tour, Meet & Greet

    Event Registration & Breakfast Opens

    Welcome Address

    Keynote - UK Perspectives on Information Management and Digital Transformation in Construction, Dr. Oliver G.F. Jones, Director of Research, Ryder Architecture

    Fraser Health Facilities Management BIM Initiative, Larry Harder, Executive Director, Facilities Management, Fraser Health Facilities Management

    The Application of Technology in Real-estate to Reduce Emissions, Dave Ramslie, VP - Sustainability, Concert Properties

    Networking Break

    AEC Professionals are from Mars, Owners are from Venus, Carl Storms, Solutions Consultant, IMAGINiT & Peter Costanzo, Facilities Management, IMAGINiT,

    Panel Discussion - Moderated by Sheryl Staub-French, Associate Dean of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, The University of British Columbia

    Closing Remarks

    CanBIM Tour - MEC Headquarters and Structurecraft Manufacturing Plant

    CanBIM Meet & Greet

    7:00AM-7:45AM

    7:45AM-8:00AM

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    10:30AM-11:30AM

    11:30AM-11:45AM

    12:00PM-5:45PM

    6:00PM-8:00PM

    MEC Structurecraft

    MEMBER Tour $45 Owners Summit $260 Morning Sessions $220 Afternoon Sessions $260 Meets & Eats $135

    NON-MEMBER Tour $60 Owners Summit $350 Morning Sessions $295 Afternoon Sessions $350 Meets & Eats $175

    MEMBER STUDENTS Tour $45 Morning Sessions $75 Afternoon Sessions $90

    NON-MEMBER STUDENTS Tour $45 Morning Sessions $100 Afternoon Sessions $120

    MEMBER GROUPS Tour $45 Owners Summit $245 Morning Sessions $207 Afternoon Sessions $245 Meets & Eats $135

    NON-MEMBER GROUPS Tour $60 Owners Summit $330 Morning Sessions $280 Afternoon Sessions $330 Meets & Eats $180

    EVENT FEES

  • DAY TWO February 5, 2020

    Training Sessions, Executive Presentations & “Meets & Eats” Dinner

    Exhibitor Set up

    Event Registration & Breakfast Opens

    Technology Exhibition Opens (All Day)

    CanBIM Welcome Address, Education & Certification Update

    EARLY MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS Advancing the Architecture of Mass Timber, Yehia Madkour, Director of Innovation, Senior Associate, Perkins and Will & Derek Newby, Associate Principal, Perkins and Will

    Case Study: Lion’s Gate Hospital Power Plant Project, Le Hien Huynh, BIM Manager, Division 15 Mechanical Ltd. & Harry Guo, BIM Designer, Division 15 Mechanical Ltd.

    Wood Innovation Research: Smarter Details and Collaboration, Mark Porter, National Practice Leader - Buildings, Associated Engineering

    Overcoming the Barriers to Digital Transformation, Santiago Diaz, Senior Product Designer, Katerra

    Networking Technology Exhibition

    LATE MORNING CONCURRENT SESSIONS Empowered By Your Information, Brent Mauti, Global Director - Design Technology, IBI Group

    Designing Your Tech Stack: The Company’s Digital DNA, Aubrey Tucker, Director Innovation + Technology, ETRO Construction

    Industrialized Construction in Wood - The Role of Digital Tools and Automation, FPInnovations

    Reality Capture + BIM: Make BIM Relevant During Construction, Raffi Holzer, CEO & Co-Founder, Avvir

    LUNCH

    CanBIM Presentation & Special Announcements

    From the Smart Project to the Smart City: Using Technology To Benefit User Experience, David Thom, President, IBI Group

    Lucas Epp Presentation, Lucas Epp, Head of Engineering, StructureCraft Builders Inc.

    Networking Technology Exhibition

    Oracle’s Strategy for Facilitating Digital Transformation in Organizations, Frank Malangone, Senior Director, Product & Industry Strategy, Oracle

    The Business Impact of Digital Transformation, Robert Malczyk, Director, Equilibrium Consulting, a Katerra Company

    Executive Legal Panel, Moderated by Paul Stocco, Partner, Brownlee LLP

    Closing Remarks

    Closing Reception

    “Meets & Eats” Dinner

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    6:30PM-9:00PM

  • Early Morning Training Sessions 8:30AM-9:45AM Attendees will be able to select only ONE (1) of the THREE (3) Early Morning Sessions.

    Training Session 1A Advancing the Architecture of Mass Timber Presenters: Yehia Madkour, Director of Innovation, Senior Associate, Perkins and Will & Derek Newby, Associate Principal, Perkins and Will

    Session Summary: In face of climate change, building with wood is the architecture and construction industries’ chance to challenge norms and drive the world’s aspirations towards zero carbon emissions. This presentation will demonstrate the potentials of advanced wood design and construction at scales from x-small to x-large. We will present two Vancouver projects designed by Perkins and Will with world class innovation in-mind, and with aspirations to be a catalyst for change and connection with the city: The red Pavilion at Emily Carr University, and the Canada Earth Tower.

    Training Session 1B Case Study: Lion’s Gate Hospital Power Plant Project Presenters: Le Hien Huynh, BIM Manager, Division 15 Mechanical Ltd. & Harry Guo, BIM Designer, Division 15 Mechanical Ltd

    Session Summary: The Lion’s Gate Hospital Power Plant Replacement was the first job we’ve encountered that had a contractual BIM requirement. The two main challenges of the job were the retrofit of the existing building, and the complexity of the new power plant. We will be exploring the lessons learned from this job, and some of the innovative technologies we’ve used to meet project goals.

    Training Session 1C Wood Innovation Research: Smarter Details and Collaboration Presenters: Mark Porter, National Practice Leader - Buildings, Associated Engineering

    Session Summary: In this presentation an introduction to the “Emerging Building Systems and Wood Innovation” research and publication that has recently been undertaken by Forestry Innovation Investment where common barriers to the adoption of the use of mass timber in building systems have been explored. Part of this work has resulted in the developing and sharing of details collaboratively developed by leaders in the industry and populated in Revit format with embedded attributes to assist in making choices as teams develop their wood designs. Attendees will come away with an overview of emerging building systems and wood innovation, how attributes within Revit can add value to details, how collaboration and sharing are vital to the adoption of emerging building systems and why emerging building systems are critical as we move to a low carbon and climate-resilient future.

    Training Session 1D Overcoming the Barriers to Digital Transformation Presenters: Santiago Diaz, Senior Product Designer, Katerra

    Session Summary: “Overcoming the Barriers to Digital Transformation is a panel discussion on the challenges faced in each firm that is transforming their practice through digital approaches, with a focus on computational design and production process automation. Each panelist has successfully contributed to the digital transformation in their respective firms, however obstacles were encountered, and new challenges will continue to arise as their transformation journeys continue. Presentations on computational design and process automation generally have a technical focus. On this occasion the panelists will also be asked questions regarding the business and professional development aspects of digital transformation.

    DAY TWO February 5, 2020

    Morning Training Sessions 8:30AM - 11:45PM

  • DAY TWO September 26, 2019

    Late Morning Training Sessions 10:30AM-11:45PM Attendees will