Building Information Modeling (BIM) Forum 2010 Toronto

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Report Code: CNP10475. March, 2010. Toronto, ON

ARTICLE I

The Design Team Perspective: Switching to a BIM Platform – Ironing Out the Kinks in BIM Deployment

Paul F. Loreto
Architect and BIM Consultant
paul f. loreto architect inc.
Chair, Canada BIM Council

Jonathan Hendricks
Senior Principal, BIM Principal
Halcrow Yolles

Ian Trudeau
BIM Integration Leader
Halsall Associates Limited

ARTICLE II

Building Information Modeling and the Bottom Line: An Owner’s View of Adoption, Risk & Reward

John Moebes
Director of Construction
Crate&Barrel

ARTICLE III

American Experiences in Collaboration: How BIM is Reinventing Design and Construction

Howard W. Ashcraft, Jr.
Partner
Hanson Bridgett LLP

ARTICLE IV

Best Practices in Data Management for Contractors and Sub-Contractors

Al Prowse
President
H. Griffiths Company Limited

Tim Verhey
Vice President, Engineering and Operations
Walters Inc.

Jason Woerner
Vice President, Product Development
EllisDon Corporation

ARTICLE V

Surety Bonds, BIM and E-Bonding

Steven D. Ness
President
Surety Association of Canada

ARTICLE VI

BIM and Integrated Design: The Evolution of a Collaborative Construction Culture at Calgary International Airport

Ganesh Bala
National BIM Manager
COHOS EVAMY integratedesignTM

John E. Munroe
Vice-President, Canada West
AECOM Design

ARTICLE VII

3D Digital Cities: The Convergence of CAD, GIS and BIM

Caesar Ruest
BIM Solutions Executive
Autodesk

ARTICLE VIII

Industry and Owner Readiness to Incorporate BIM Requirements Into Contracts

Susan Keenliside
BIM Technical Advisor
BIMSolutions Inc.

Dan Brown
National Manager, Geomatics Services, Real Property Branch
Public Works and Government Services Canada

John Hale
Chief CAD/BIM
Department of National Defence

Brian Oakley
Director, Planning and Architecture
Alberta Infrastructure

ARTICLE IX

Implications to P3 participants and the P3 process – from procurement to hand-back

Jody K. Becker
General Counsel
EllisDon Corporation

ARTICLE X

Contractual Implications of BIM

Geza Banfai
Partner
Heenan Blaikie LLP

ARTICLE XI

Beyond the Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony: Long-term Benefits of Using BIM for Property/Facilities Management

Wayne Liko
Vice President, Sales and Marketing
Horizant

Geoff D. Williams
Deputy Manager, SeawoodFM
Seawood Solutions & Services Inc.
President, IFMA (Toronto Chapter)
Past-President, IFMA Information Technology Council

ARTICLE XII

Using BIM for Existing Buildings

R. Allan Partridge
Partner
Design & Technology, hip architects

ARTICLE XIII

Construction Disputes in the BIM World

James LeBer
Partner
Advocates LLP

Charles G.T. Wiebe
Partner
Glaholt LLP

ARTICLE XIV

Connecting BIM with LEED and LEAN: Obtaining Recognition and Credits

Susan Spencer Lewin
Principal and Director of Sustainable Strategies
CS&P Architects Inc.
Vice Chair, Canada Green Building Council (Toronto Chapter)

ARTICLE XV

Connecting BIM with LEED and LEAN: Obtaining Recognition and Credits

Jay Polding
Senior Architectural Application Specialist
CAD MicroSolutions Inc.

ARTICLE XVI

Sustainable and Virtual Construction at PCL (LEED® and BIM)

Shawn Vanderheyden
Manager of Sustainable Construction
PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
Director, Canada Green Building Council (Toronto Chapter)

ARTICLE XVII

The Future of BIM Technology

Barry Butler
Executive Vice President
Design Data Corp.