Qualified Integrated Design Process (IDP) Facilitators

The following individuals have successfully completed and qualified to be recognized as CACEA Integrated Design Process (IDP) Facilitators.

The Integrated Design Process (IDP) is a collaborative approach to building design, construction, and operation. With the guidance of a qualified IDP facilitator, the process promotes innovative thinking where builders, renovators, contractors, trades, and homeowners find ‘ideal’ and smart building solutions.

CACEA’s IDP Facilitation training included classroom training on the IDP; facilitation skills, and documentation requirements in addition to observing how candidates apply and deliver on the requirements of an IDP facilitator.

Shahin Arvandi, Green Canada Home Advisors, North Vancouver, BC
Mark Bernhardt, Bernhardt Consulting, Victoria, BC
Amelie Caron MEA, Ecosynergy, Airdrie, AB
Emma Conway, E3 Eco Group, Burnaby, BC
Luke Dolan, Capital Home Solutions, Vancouver, BC
Andreas Gagnier, Shoreline Building Performance, Nanaimo, BC
Ross Gordon, ARG Energy, Sechelt, BC
Brendon Gray, Egnite Sustainability Inc., Kelowna, BC
Einar Halbig MEA, E3 Eco Group, Burnaby, BC
René Kreutzwieser, NRG Inspections and Consulting, Saskatoon, SK
Coopper Le, 4 Elements Design, Calgary, AB
Gilles Lesage, Total Homes Solutions, Kelowna, BC
Stephanie Lindberg, Stephanie Lindberg Drafting & Design, Parksville, BC
Stephen Magneron MEA, Homesol Building Solutions Inc., Perth, ON
Josh Ratzlaff, Airtight Consulting Ltd., Chilliwack, BC
Bahareh Reza, ROV Consulting Inc., Kelowna, BC
Mark Rosen MEA, Building Knowledge Canada, West Vancouver, BC
Barb Silverthorn, Capture Energy, Vancouver, BC
Benjamin M Station, Station Craft Inc., Kelowna, BC
Chelsah Thomas, Sol Invictus Energy Services, Lacombe County, AB
Brett Tracy, Shoreline Building Performance, Kelowna, BC
Kim Walton, Bow Crow Design, Sundre, AB
Jack Zhou, A&J Energy Consultants, Kitchener, ON