Thinkspace staff can now rely on in-house advice from two architects who have passed the Certified Professional course offered through the Engineers and Geoscientists BC and AIBC. Wentao Zhou and Andrei Filip have successfully demonstrated competence in code knowledge and familiarity with the procedures as outlined in the CP Manual, earning their CP designations. As architects with a strong knowledge of Canadian building codes and experience in the building construction industry, Wentao and Andrei are a great resource to Thinkspace staff on provisions of the BC Building Code and the Vancouver Building By-law.
Thinkspace Project Managers, Architects and Partners shared information, offered updates and discussed networked resource material and standardized office templates at an internal Construction Administration workshop. Most importantly, precedents and project experiences were shared to stress the importance of quality control and due diligence throughout the build portion of the Design and Construction process.
Thinkspace participated in the annual BCIT School of Construction and the Environment 2 day challenge. The event is designed to encourage collaboration between programs and provide participants with a real-world problem to solve. Ray Wolfe supported the challenge as a juror and a mentor.
We are pleased to be a Silver Sponsor and have a booth at the tradeshow at the BC Association of School Business Officials 2019 AGM and Conference May 22nd to 24th in Penticton. The theme of this year’s conference is “Transformational Leadership” and will feature exciting key note speakers, in depth breakout sessions and social activities.
Lee, Todd and Cameron will be representing Thinkspace at the tradeshow tomorrow from noon until 5:00pm and Lee and Cameron will be attending the conference Thursday and Friday. They hope to see you there!