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Calvin Kam

Calvin Kam ckam
I'm-not-a-bot
@stanford
Personal bio
Dr. Calvin Kam, AIA, PE, LEED AP, is the Founder and CEO of Strategic Building Innovation - bimSCORE—the "GPS Navigator" for any enterprise or project team charting a course for construction innovation. Dr. Kam is the Director of Industry Programs and an Adjunct Professor at Stanford University’s Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE), where he specializes in strategic innovation such as Management Scorecards, Building Information Modeling (BIM), Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) and Sustainable Developments. Since 2003, Calvin has been a Co-founder and currently the Senior Program Expert of the National 3D-4D-BIM Program with GSA Public Buildings Service. Since 2011, the Singapore government’s Building Construction Authority has appointed Calvin as an international expert to advise its construction productivity and BIM roadmap; Since 2012, China National BIM Standards and National BIM Union have appointed Calvin as the only international Honorary Director. Calvin is also a Principal Investigator with Disney Research China. Elected by the Knowledge Leadership Assembly of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Calvin serves on the 2013-15 AIA Board Knowledge Committee as well as the International Practice Committee with AIA National. Calvin was the 2011-2014 National Co-Chair of AIA Center for Integrated Practice, and the 2010 & 2011 National Chair of AIA Technology in Architectural Practice (TAP) Knowledge Community. Dr. Kam was a recipient of various AIA, ASCE, SOM, Stanford University Fellowships as well as Engineering News Record’s “20 under 40” awards, and the inaugural Junior Alumni Award from USC Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering among other honors and awards. Calvin is a registered Architect in the State of California, a Professional Engineer in the District of Columbia, and a LEED Accredited Professional.

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