We want to share our builder's perspective on how we harness virtual reality (VR) to think, work, and build differently through our open-innovation culture. We capitalize on VR to develop our people, brainstorm with collaborators, and engage our clients. Together with our colleagues, collaborators, and clients, we aspire to deliver more-creative and innovative projects to propel the architecture, engineering, and construction industry.
- Learn how to grow your people to develop an innovative culture
- Learn how to engage clients to win more work
- Learn how to empathize with users to increase adoption rates
- Learn how to use VR to think, work, and build differently
Khang graduated from Portland State University in 2011 with a Master of Architecture. He is an Innovation Manager for Skanska USA Building in Portland, Oregon. He promotes an open-innovation environment where he collaborates with colleagues, collaborators and clients to propel the AEC industry. He participates in many national initiatives to implement creative technology into the company.He brings a diverse background of Design, Construction, Technology and a Business mindset to create added-value to his clients. He is customer-centric, a forward-thinker and creative problem-solver. He is passionate about bringing solutions to his clients by simplifying the process through effective communication. Along the way, he brings a positive energy to fuel the team and focus on the overall vision. He works hard to bring new ideas by continually challenging himself and others to think and work differently. Through his diverse experience, He learns the value of cross-pollinating ideas and explore different approaches to problem-solving.He aspires to be a part of a great team, to perform and deliver great products and services, in a fast-paced challenging environment where, he can learn and grow and achieve greatness. He considers himself to be a life-long learner, He constantly seeks opportunities to learn, grow and challenge himself, while adding more value to others.