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 Learning Global Awards Program H. Bruce Russell Global Innovator's Award 2007 Collaboration
2007 H. Bruce Russell Global Innovator's Award

GIA Awards
Finalists:
Collaboration Between End Users
And Service Providers


DTZ - Metropolitan Police Service described their Intelligent FM Service Model, which aligns asset management with core business strategic and operational properties in real time for this unique organization. The need to innovate and develop a new model was at the heart of the
DTZ
Alan Croney, Metropolitan Police Service; Richard Hurst, DTZ; and Adam Punch, DTZ with award cosponsor Greg Schementi of UGL Equis (far right) after the team's presentation 1 August at Harvard.
collaboration. Familiarly known as Scotland Yard, the Metro Police Service is the oldest established police service in the world and leads the way on terrorism responses. Representing the two companies were Alan Croney, Metropolitan Police Service; Adam Punch, DTZ; and Richard Hurst, DTZ.

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Calvin Kam, PhD, and Charles Matta, both from the GSA Public Buildings Service, introduced an innovation for building information modeling. They are pictured with award cosponsor Greg Schementi of UGL Equis Corp. (right).
General Services Administration's
3D-4D-BIM Program, presented by Charles Matta and Calvin Kam, PhD, both from the GSA Public Buildings Service, introduced an innovation for building information modeling. In collaboration with international and domestic partners, this technology allows accuracy, efficiency and repeatability in design and construction. It also includes the ability to try out different scenarios, provides greater efficiency in predicting life cycle costs, and is used for visualizing design and construction. According to Matta, it is "the way to the future."

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Sam Hunter and Kevin Kamschroer of GSA presented General Services Administration Workplace Matters. "Workplace Matters" is an innovation involving competing companies in
Sam Hunter (right) and Kevin Kamschroer of GSA presented General Services Administration "Workplace Matters." They were joined by Greg Schementi (center) of UGL Equis, one of the award sponsors.
collaboration and sharing of techniques, tools and ideas with each other. In the collaboration, everyone takes the role as leader, bringing all their experience into knowledge sharing and solution selecting, problem solving and the integration of different perspectives and expertise. GSA has found that collaboration produces more than a better product- it produces better firms, improves the knowledge of the industry and teaches about collaboration itself.

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