Owners Council Webinar Session 3 - Developing Performance-Based Requirements for Design-Build Projects
Thursday, April 18, 2019
12:00pm to 1:00pm PST
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Owners Council Webinar Session 3 – Developing Performance-Based Requirements for Design-Build Projects
April 18, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
The series is built from the Design-Build Institute of America’s Design-Build Done Right Best Practices Primer. A highly experienced practitioner will present the topics. April’s “Developing Performance Based Requirements for Design-Build Projects” presentation will be done by Mr. Michael Bade, the Associate Vice Chancellor of Capital Programs & Campus Architect of UCSF. Mr. Bade has worked extensively in the Design-Build marketplace as an Architect and Owner.
11:55 am Join webinar/Log In
12:00 pm Welcome/Intro
12:05-1:00 pm Presentation/Q&A
Associate Vice Chancellor Capital Programs and Campus Architect – UCSF
Mr. Bade is a California registered architect with an M. Arch and a B. Sci. from UC Berkeley. Mr. Bade is a key participant in UCSF’s physical and capital planning processes, and oversees design standards and design outcomes for a program commitment of over $2.5B over 10 years, including over $400M for seismic remediation projects. Prior to joining UC, Mr. Bade spent nearly 12 years in Tokyo, Japan engaged in architectural design, project management, and program delivery for a wide range of international companies in the high technology, international banking, software, pharmaceuticals, and photographic imaging industries. In Japan, he was exposed to cutting-edge practices in building technology, design-build project delivery, and construction quality. He is past Chair of the Board of the Lean Construction Institute, and also past President of the San Francisco Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, and a past member of the California Council of the AIA. He has worked in the University of California Office of the President, providing coordination and oversight services for projects system wide.