Tammy Adolf is an Associate in in Stantec’s Vancouver office who specializes in Integrated Design Data Management and project processes. She has worked in the AEC industry for 13 years, with a focus on project processes, procedures, and information. Tammy has spent most of her career focused on large P3 and Design-Build Healthcare projects throughout Canada. As part of the corporate Digital Practice Team, Tammy helps oversee data standards and the implementation and use of various tools to aid in project data management and to help project teams leverage BIM.
Senior Global Manager, Process & Metrics
An architect and database designer, Jon Anunson has been working with rich 3D data for over 25 years. He currently manages programs and business metrics for AECOM's Design, Construction, Finance, and Operation businesses worldwide.
Ryan is leading computational design efforts at DLR Group that range in practice from data analysis, data strategy, parametric modeling and data-driven design. He is evidence based certified as well as a licensed architect in several states. He is a technology enthusiast and designer with degrees in architecture and engineering. He is very active in the AECO industry and you will find him on the many forums collaborating and discussing his creative passions.
David is a Registered Architect and Project Management Certified Professional at Ideate, Inc. A graduate of the University of Arizona, he has worked as an Architect, contractor, developer and as the Corporate construction manager for a national retailer. Before joining the team at Ideate, he had his own successful architectural practice and was President of a commercial design–build construction company for 15 years.
David’s role at Ideate is to provide thought leadership insight to AECO companies worldwide. Dealing with the largest of Ideate’s customers to bring business transformational change to the design, build, operate process. Serving on the executive management team at Ideate, David is involved in strategic decision making both internally and externally. David’s recent focus has been on driving the information and data customers are using to make informed business decisions.
David brings many years of experience with data in the AECO industry to the table and in 2015 received a Certificate in Data Visualization from the University of Washington.
Technical Account Manager
Brok is a Technical Account Manager at dRofus Inc. He leads the effort in implementation, training and support for all of North America. He is a registered Architect with BIM Management experience. Brok has over 18 years of experience working in the AEC industry on both large and small projects and has spoken on BIM and Data Management at BIM Forum, CSI National Conventions, and to other regional and local organizations. His background teaching at Washington University in St Louis and as a BIM Manager at HOK has prepared him to provide an advanced level of strategic training and implementation techniques.
Kelli Lubeley currently works as a BIM Professional at Fortis Construction. Her current focus is on BIM 360 Field, large project BIM management, and interoperability of construction platforms. She has developed and instructed BIM courses at the community college and corporate level for over 10 years, and implemented BIM at multiple firms. She enjoys the many facets of BIM and loves to constantly find new ways to leverage technology for the AEC community.
Design Technology Manager
As a registered international architect with over 13 years professional experience, Philip has worked in various architectural disciplines, of varying project sizes and in several countries, actively participating in all design and construction stages. Recently as Design Technology Manager, Philip’s main focus is on enhancing project delivery, strategizing new and innovative workflows, sourcing new technology, mentoring staff and streamlining corporate standards. Philip leads the Revit Resource Group across the firm at ZGF Architects: a group that determines best practice for teams utilizing Revit into their design workflow. Philip is also an integral member within team-orientated, client driven, collaborative, fast paced and complex projects. His passions are to facilitate great design from strategic implementation of technological tools that have a strong focus on being timely, efficient and cost effective.
Director of Design Technology Innovation
Greg Schleusner, AIA, is a Principle and HOK’s Director of Design Technology Innovation. He has been working in AEC for 14 years. In this time he worked for architects and architect-engineers both small and large on a number of interesting projects both architectural and technology related. Those include airports, supertall towers, massive urban planning projects and everything in-between. Greg finds the project delivery challenges the AECO industry face today to be the most exciting blend of technology, art, science and people that one could find. He has served as a reviewer for SIMAUD, DOE’s SBIR/ STTR, and is serving as an expert advisor for INDICATE. Greg firmly believes in open source and open standards and has taken part in OGC, buildingSMART International and IES standards development throughout his career.
Trevor has over 20 years of experience as a design software specialist. At ZGF he is responsible for the firm-wide implementation of computer-aided design software and standards and has authored custom in-house software solutions. He has taught architecture professionals how to effectively implement digital technologies in practice. He has a background in software development, design and teaching; and is skilled at architecture, computer-aided design (CAD), building information modeling (BIM), computer programming, and integrated project delivery (IPD). He has applied these skills to the delivery of ZGF’s largest and most technically complex projects.