Helen Goodland is a British architect with an MBA from the University of British Columbia, with over 30 years of experience working with governments and privates to innovate in the construction industry, both in Canada and around the world.
She co-founded Building Technology Innovations, a building technology incubator that provides services to diverse firms as a means to push innovative ideas and sustainability in the construction industry.
She also works as chair of the United Nations Sustainable Building and Climate Initiative’s technical committee that promotes sustainable buildings worldwide. Moreover, she also serves at the Canadian Construction Association in the Corporate Social Responsibility Taskforce, where she assessed firms to work in a more sustainable manner.
In 2017, she won the “Outstanding Woman in Construction Award” in the Awards of Excellence of the Vancouver Regional Construction Association, for her work in advancing innovative high–performance projects.