Auckland 2018

24-25 Sep, Mon: 10pm-5am, Tue 10pm–4am, ASB Showgrounds

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Jason Howden

Jason Howden

Recognised globally as a leading expert in technology for the built environment, Jason has been at the vanguard of the field for over 25 years. His lifelong immersion in the construction industry has enabled him to spearhead the development, promotion, and education of emerging technologies around the world. As a complex-project specialist, he has consulted on some of the largest public service facilities in New Zealand, Australia, and the United Kingdom, including hospitals, laboratories, prisons, and airports, with project values ranging from $100 million to over $2 billion.
A strategic thinker with a passion for collaboratively leading project teams, Jason excels at navigating intricate, multi-layered projects involving numerous parties. His exceptional skills in designing effective technological frameworks and strategic pathways have positioned him as an unparalleled expert in digitally aligning procurement, design, construction, asset, and facilities management processes. Eager to work with Revizto's diverse clientele, he is committed to promoting digital technologies and implementing advanced digital automation in projects, ultimately increasing efficiency and profitability.

See Jason Howden live in Auckland 2018

Tuesday 25 September
Can BIM technology enhance the energy efficiency of buildings?
12pm-1pm Energy Management Workshop

Using Digital Engineering or Building Information Modelling (BIM) helps businesses get a return on their capital by enabling them to monitor and assess the performance of their facility from energy usage through to operational efficiency, before it is built. Digital technology expert and Wellington Associate at Warren and Mahoney, Jason Howden explains how BIM technology enhances energy efficiency of buildings through real-time analytics and its sustainability by measuring embodied carbon.