Design Technology Meetup: Technology to Power Hybrid Officing for the Return to Work<< All Events
Design Technology Meetup: Technology to Power Hybrid Officing for the Return to Work
Join three diverse experts for a timely presentation and open discussion about the technology issues related to our Return To Work. Although businesses are now reopening, many people will continue to work from home part-time or even full-time. What are the business and technology implications of “hybrid officing”, the combination of in-office work and remote work? What are some of the new design new opportunities? How as architects can we best serve and advise our clients?
This program is accredited by AIASF to provide 1 CES Learning Unit to AIA member attendees
- Discover technology impacts of hybrid officing
- Evaluate new technology solutions relevant to hybrid officing
- Articulate to clients the new design tech decisions they need to make
- Consider hybrid officing design opportunities
About the Presenters
Harlan Brumm is a Senior Product Manager with Autodesk focused on Architecture workflows with Revit. Located in Manchester, NH, he has spent 14 years with Autodesk helping customers realize the power of Building Information Modeling. Originally from Wisconsin, he worked for Architecture and Civil Engineering companies in the Midwestern USA before joining Autodesk.
Timothy Halvorson is a Design Technology Leader for Gensler’s southwest region and is focused on pioneering innovative ways technology can integrate the built environment from concept to completion. His background as an architectural professional in healthcare, transit-oriented design, and workplace as well as being a long-time San Francisco resident familiar with the technology scene has helped shape his optimistic outlook on the future of how we work, play, and live in the city of tomorrow.
Heejae Park is a Manager and the San Francisco Lead for CBRE’s Workplace practice in the Americas. She focuses on designing experiences for employees rooted in quantitative and qualitative research to create a destination of choice. Her background in hospitality has informed her approach to leverage real estate investments to put people first, foster stronger communities and create meaningful experiences in the workplace and life.