|Lunch & Learn – Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Sustainable DesignArchitects, engineers, contractors, owners and Building Information Modelling (BIM) managers are all critical to the success of high-performance and sustainable buildings. Can early involvement increase the probability of meeting performance and sustainable targets? This session will aim to explain and encourage early adoption of conceptual-analysis BIM tools and workflows through project team collaboration.
Presenter: Chris Urbanski
Chris is an Architectural Technologist and faculty member of the Civil Engineering Technology Department at Red River College where he currently teaches Technical Graphics, Applied Technical Graphics, Construction Graphics and Project Administration. Chris is also leading the development of BIM curriculum for the new Architectural Technology Program at Red River College.
Before becoming an instructor, Chris graduated from the Building Design Diploma program at Red River College and worked as an Architectural Technologist at LM Architectural Group in Winnipeg.
As a member of LM Architectural Group team, Chris played an instrumental role in the development, implementation and enforcement of BIM strategies. He led BIM project teams, mentored project teams on BIM project start-ups and provided strategies to BIM project teams to yield the best results. Additionally, he was a cross-discipline mentor for project teams on complex BIM projects.
Chris’ current role as an instructor provides him the opportunity to stay at the forefront of technology utilized in the Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industries.
Location: Room P107, Red River College, Exchange District Campus
Time: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
Price: If registered for a Day of Learning course, lunch is included. If attending lunch and learn only $30.