About Goat Tree Labs
Goat Tree Labs, Inc. specializes in simple, easy to use cloud-based software for facilities, buildings and campuses. The firm’s founders have decades of experience in practical facility applications, including design, controls, commissioning, IT, programming and standards. The firm is headquartered in Irvine, California, with satellite locations in Mountain View, San Diego, Chicago, North Carolina/RDU, Virginia/DC and Melbourne, Australia.
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Scientific Advisory Board
Bill East, PhD, PE, F.ASCE
Bill East is the founder of Prairie Sky Consulting. Dr. East is known worldwide as the father of COBie (Construction and Operations Building Information Exchange) and as the Federal Government’s Civil Engineer of the Year. Bill is a renowned world-class thought leader and innovator in the built environment, and led the development of building information exchange standards. The first of these standards, the Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie) is a United States National BIM Standard and included in over 20 commercial software products. Additional standards for the delivery of accurate as-built HVAC, water, and electrical system information are currently under review to become part of the US National BIM standard. He is a Fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers, and has received the Institute Member Award from the National Institute of Building Sciences. He is most recently former Vice Chair of the buildingSMART alliance, and Chair of the National BIM Standard Technical Committee.
Stephen Hagan, F.AIA
Recognized and sought after in the facilities industry, Stephen Hagan has held senior positions with NIH, IST, AIA, and the U.S. General Services Administration. He is the BIM Awards Founder for the American Institute of Architecture (AIA). Stephen developed the PBS Project Information Portal (PIP) for the GSA, which tracked over $12 billion of capital construction across all 11 regions of the Public Buildings Service. He is a renowned leader in Open Standards, BIM and geospatial information. He has a Masters from the Yale School of Architecture.