Building Information Modeling (BIM) Design and Construction Services at Stanford Health Care
I began my career in the design and construction industry exploring new models of practice, while learning to deliver new and innovative business processes. Practicing in Denver, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and the San Francisco Bay Area, I joined Stanford Healthcare to support their leadership in building innovations in the design, construction, and facility management processes through the application of Building Information Modeling (BIM).
I saw the promise in BIM while working with startups which provided outsourced technology services which leveraged the potential of built asset lifecycle management enabling a platform for integrated management from design to operations.
I am an industry presenter championing innovative disruption.
I am a Licensed Architect, with a Master of Science in Quality Assurance, and a LEED Accredited Professional (2004).
I am the author of Architecture 3.0; the Disruption Design Practice Handbook and write for such organizations as Constructech https://constructech.com/ and Strong Towns http://www.strongtowns.org/.
Experience in Hospital Design and Facility Space Management and Technology Services, Expertise with OSHPD and Lean Construction- Last Planner Systems, Lean/Agile Systems, Balanced Scorecard, Globally Distributed Teams, and BIM Cloud Services.