Geraldine Rayner, Summit BIM Director will share her thoughts on how the BIM process impacts deliverables from design to build and from build to operate.

With over 30 years of experience in the AECO industry, Geraldine is committed to demonstrating the huge benefits that working in a BIM environment offers designers, contractors, developers and owner-operators. This session will explore new BIM-based processes of doing work, alternative electronic means of communications, and the benefits of being able to read the data – not simply the paper.

The session titled “Powered by Data – Breaking the Paper Barrier” will take place on Friday, May 8 at 1:00 pm at the Construction Leadership Conference in Whistler, BC. To learn more about the event, or register for sessions, please visit the Construction Leadership Forum website here.