Joint Professional Practice Guidelines: Encapsulated Mass Timber Construction Up to 12 Storeys

Video Length: 1:24:48

Date Recorded: September 21, 2021

This webinar will provide a high-level overview of the Joint Professional Practice Guidelines - Encapsulated Mass Timber Construction up to 12 Storeys. These new guidelines were published on March 30, 2021, and were prepared jointly by Engineers and Geoscientists BC and the Architectural Institute of BC (AIBC).

Presenters

ALLISON DENTOOM, P.ENG., P.E.

PRACTICE ADVISOR, ENGINEERS AND GEOSCIENTISTS BC

As a Practice Advisor with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, Allison is responsible for managing the development of professional practice guidelines and practice advisories for a variety of different areas of practice, providing practice advice services, as well as liaising with industry stakeholders and supporting a number of advisory and working groups for the development of professional practice guidance.

Allison is a registered professional engineer with experience in the structural design of buildings. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in civil engineering from McGill University. Prior to joining Engineers and Geoscientists BC, Allison worked as a project engineer designing a variety of buildings from high-end custom homes to recreation centres to mid-rise concrete towers. The majority of her experience is on the design and project management of custom high-end homes and estates.

TERESA COADY, FRAIC Architect AIBA AIA iiSBE LEED Fellow

CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM MANAGER, ENGINEERS AND GEOSCIENTISTS BC

Teresa Coady is a Canadian architect and the former president and founding partner of the Vancouver, British Columbia-based architecture firm B+H BuntingCoady (now part of B+H Architects). She is a member of the Canadian Chapter of the International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment and a member of the United Nations Environment Programme Advisory Board. She is the author of Rebuilding Earth: Designing Ecoconscious Habitats for Humans.

Teresa Coady received her degree in architecture in 1983 from the University of British Columbia. She is best known for her architectural work in the area of sustainability and energy-efficient design. Coady completed 2 years of engineering and received a bachelor of fine arts prior to pursuing a master's degree in architecture.

PETER MITCHELL, P.Eng.

DIRECTOR, PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, STANDARDS & DEVELOPMENT, ENGINEERS AND GEOSCIENTISTS BC

Peter Mitchell is responsible for overseeing Engineers and Geoscientists BC's proactive quality assurance programs that support registrants in meeting their professional practice requirements under the Professional Governance Act. These include the development of professional practice guidelines and standards, the audit and practice review program, the regulation of firms program, the practice advice program and the continuing education program.

In addition, Peter provides staff support to numerous advisory groups, task forces and panels dealing with a wide range of professional practice issues and directs the organization's response to various government legislation impacting the practice of professional engineering and geoscience in BC.

MAURA GATENSBY, Architect AIBC CP

LEAD PRACTICE ADVISOR AND REGULATORY LIAISON, ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Maura is an Architect AIBC, Certified Professional and Lead Practice Advisor and Regulatory Liaison for the AIBC.


Registrants can claim "1.5" Continuing Education hours after viewing this session

 

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