Dr. Howard Turner is a professor of geospatial engineering and head of the Geospatial Engineering program at Cal Poly, Pomona. He
has many years of industrial experience in road design, rail design, surveying, photogrammetry, remote sensing, GPS, and GIS. As
a licensed surveyor in Indiana and California and a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, he has published several
papers on visualization and animation in civil engineering.
Mike Woof, World Highways
A qualified mechanical engineer, Mike Woof has spent the last 20 years as a full-time journalist specializing in the fields of
construction and mining on publications including Construction Weekly, Plant Hire Review, Construction News, World Mining
Equipment (Editor), and World Highways (Editor). His work has taken him to construction and mining sites around the globe in
Europe, Africa, Asia, Australasia, North America, and South America—ranging from the bottom of the world’s deepest mine in
South Africa and the highest peak in the Chilean Andes to a tunnelling contract close to the North Pole and mines in the heat of the
JURORS FOR: INNOVATION IN BUILDING, INNOVATION IN CAMPUSES, AIRPORTS, AND MILITARY INSTALLATIONS,
INNOVATION IN GENERATIVE DESIGN, AND INNOVATION IN STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
Braulio Agnese, Architect Magazine
Having joined the magazine prior to its October 2006 launch, Braulio Agnese is a senior editor at Architect. In addition to overseeing
the print edition’s news, business, technology, and culture departments, he also co-manages architectmagazine.com and related
editorial web initiatives. He has a bachelors in liberal arts from St. John’s College.
Donald Chong, B.Arch, MRAIC, Donald Chong Studio
Donald Chong is the principal of Donald Chong Studio Incorporated in Toronto, Canada, a research-based design office engaged
in internationally award-winning architectural, urban design, and interiors projects. He has taught architecture at the University of
Toronto, the University of Waterloo, and the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, and has written and lectured
widely on the subjects of structures, sustainability, urbanism, and processes in design and architecture.
Michael Ivanovich, Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Michael Ivanovich is editor-in-chief of Consulting-Specifying Engineer based in Oak Brook, Ill. His background includes 13 years in
publishing as a chief editor and 10 years in information and building sciences as a research scientist. Ivanovich is a past executive
director of the Building Commissioning Association and a former senior research scientist for the U.S. Department of Energy’s
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Wash.
Scott Melnick, Modern Steel Construction
Scott Melnick is a vice president and chief storyteller at the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), at which he also serves
as editor and publisher of Modern Steel Construction magazine and director of NASCC: The Steel Conference. His responsibilities
include supervising the Institute’s IT, membership, publications, and meetings departments as well as AISC’s website. Melnick holds
a bachelors and masters degree in journalism from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.
JURORS FOR: INNOVATION IN CADASTRE AND LAND DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATION IN COMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS,
INNOVATION IN UTILITIES, AND INNOVATION IN WATER, WASTEWATER, AND STORMWATER NETWORKS
Edwin Ecob, Cambashi
Edwin Ecob is senior principal consultant with consulting and analyst company Cambashi. He has spent over 30 years working in the
manufacturing, civil engineering, and geospatial industries as both technology user and technology vendor. In addition to consulting
projects, Ecob leads Cambashi’s training practice, which is focused on providing industry business knowledge to IT sales and