BCCR February 2020 Breakfast Session:Looking Beyond the Current State of Affairs – K-12 School Projects
February 20 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am$40 – $85
BCCR invites you to attend our February Breakfast session focusing on K-12 school projects. In addition to an update on upcoming projects, different points of view will be presented on the importance of upgrading vs. new build, growth impacts, seismic mitigation program, developer collaboration, project procurement, project funding, sustainability goals, and the future of learning environments as they affect school construction.
This session will showcase four Presenters:
Hailley Honcharik, Regional Director, Capital Management Branch, Resource Management Division – Ministry of Education. Hailley has been in capital management with the Ministry of Education for over 3 years, working with a diverse portfolio of school districts primarily in the lower mainland. Currently she is a Regional Director with the Branch, focusing on expansion and seismic capital needs throughout the province. Prior to relocating to beautiful Victoria, Hailley was as a Planner with the City of Edmonton. Hailley holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design degree from the University of Manitoba, and a Master of Design degree from the University of Alberta.
Janson Ho, Director, Vancouver Project Office – Vancouver School Board. Janson is an accomplished building professional with over 35 years of experience working in Los Angeles, Toronto, and Vancouver. He has worked as a Structural Engineer, General Contractor, Building Official, Project Manager and more recently as a senior manager for the City of Vancouver and the Vancouver School Board in Facilities and Project Management. He has a wealth of experience having been involved in all types of projects ranging from Schools, Courthouses, Jails, Hospitals, Community Centers, Fire Stations, Police facilities, Library’s, Performing Arts Centers, Military facilities, and Commercial developments. Janson is currently managing the Vancouver School District’s billion dollar Seismic Mitigation Program.
Autumn Sweet, Capital Projects Manager – Surrey School District. Autumn obtained her Bachelor’s Degree of Architecture with High Distinction from Carleton University’s School of Architecture in 2000. Since then she has had the opportunity to work in a diverse number of firms across Canada participating in the design and construction of many varying project types, ultimately settling on public school projects. After spending thirteen years as a Project Architect in the private sector, Autumn made the move to the Surrey School District’s Capital Project Office where she continues to utilize her experience and talents for projects she’s most passionate about.
Ray Wolfe, Partner – Thinkspace. Ray is an architect and partner at Thinkspace Architecture Planning and Interior Design. He is an award-winning architect with a focus on institutional and specifically education projects throughout Western Canada. In completing studies for the Ministry of Education, FII and WoodWORKS BC, Ray has advanced the knowledge of topics such as modular construction, school area standards and the use of wood in schools. Ray believes passive sustainable strategies and the use of wood play an important role in the next generation of education buildings in Canada. Ray’s current projects include a Net Zero elementary school as well the new academic building for Trinity Western University which will be a four-storey mass timbre atrium building.
Thursday, February 20th, 2020 7:30 – 9:00 am
The Vancouver Club, 915 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
BCCR Members: $40
Payment by VISA or MasterCard is required at the time of registering for non-members.
IMPORTANT: You will receive a confirmation of your registration by email. If you do not receive a confirmation your registration did not go through.
Registration will be cut off Tuesday, February 18 at 5 pm.
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