Technology / CAD / GIS / BIM
Education Session - Presentation Format
1.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AICP, FL, NY/HSW
With today’s tight budgets, collaboration requirements, and quick delivery of projects with regulatory or performance-driven guidelines, landscape architects need to work smarter, not harder. Explore the challenges associated with transitioning from traditional CAD platforms to Building Information Modeling (BIM), new efficient work flows, and the benefits/challenges of this change.
Associate Designer/Planner - Chair Digital Technology PPN
KTU+A Planning + Landscape Architecture
Matthew Wilkins, ASLA is an Associate Designer & Planner at KTU+A Planning and Landscape Architecture where he leads the 3D/GIS team and manages various landscape architecture, planning & visualization projects. He is currently the Chair for the Digital Technology Professional Practice Network (PPN) for ASLA, a seat that he has held for two years. Matthew has presented at various events, conferences, universities and other functions and forums. His active involvement in landscape design, planning, 3d modeling, animation and digital rendering provides him with a practical knowledge of the current tools and technologies.
Friday, October 20
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
ROBERT ANDERSON | landscape architect
With nearly three decades of site development, urban design, and landscape architecture experience, ranging from master planning a small city in China to waterfront development in our nations capitol. Robert's work has more recently been focused on project management and delivery, with an emphasis on technology and production over the past decade. He has used various CAD and design platforms. His diverse and varied background has been instrumental in building a practice that provides technical support, project delivery and instruction to users from beginners to advanced users with parametric design software for Landscape Architects.
Senior Associate Landscape Architect
Pacific Coast Land Design, Inc
As a Senior Associate with Pacific Coast Land Design in Ventura, CA, Eric is an integral part of the regional landscape architecture practice. He combines his passion for technology, design, the outdoors, and the built environment designing beautiful, site-responsive, sustainable spaces. That passion was instilled early, growing up in Montana, and reinforced through his education, ultimately earning a MLA from the University of Washington. His experience ranges across landscape architecture: Research Assistant for the Sustainable Sites Initiative, Design/build landscape contracting in Bozeman, Montana, and teaching experience both at Montana State University and at the University of California – Santa Barbara.
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