Carrie Sturts Dossick
Researching interdisciplinary tools and practices
39, Associate Professor and Director
UW Pacific Northwest Center for Construction Research and Education
With a focus on research in data practices, collaboration, technologies and building information modeling, Carrie Sturts Dossick is helping to redefine interdisciplinary practices. Some of those efforts include research in technology and collaboration strategies for green building; global virtual teams; applications of BIM and COBie in operations; integrated project delivery; and measuring successful BIM and collaboration applications. At the University of Washington, she created and developed the virtual construction focus area for the master in construction management program, which includes interdisciplinary cooperation with the UW Dept. of Architecture, the Information School and the Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering. In 2007, she received the National Teaching Award from the Associated Schools of Construction.
Dedicated to design-build on heavy civil projects
35, Project Manager
PCL Civil Constructors Inc.
Tim Gattie has developed a passion for design-build delivery on heavy civil projects. Since PCL hired him in 2009, he has pursued design-build work totaling nearly $1 billion. He currently manages the South 200th Link Light Rail project—a $169-million, 1.6-mile extension of the existing light rail system from SeaTac Airport to a new South 200th Street Station. He was also project manager on the $52.7-million Murray Morgan Bridge Rehabilitation project for the City of Tacoma, Wash.