In her capacity at Buric Global, Storey shares with clients her vast knowledge and experience in health-care architecture – as well as her passion for advancing the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) techniques to support owners in long-term efficient management of facilities post-construction.
Collaborating directly with owners, construction managers, other architects and engineers, Storey’s work helps successfully deliver projects on time and on budget – and ensures that owners recoup the full benefit of capital investments.
Before joining Buric Global, Storey served as senior health-care architect at Leo A. Daly, where she planned and designed health-care projects and participated on a BIM standards implementation team. She also conducted peer reviews of project design and construction documents for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Storey is a member of the American Institute of Architects. She also holds the Center for Health Design's Evidence-Based Design Accreditation certification. She earned her architecture degree from Kent State University.
Representing a proactive and entirely different approach to construction, Buric Global has been tested in a real-world laboratory on billions of dollars worth of construction – and delivered each project on time, on budget and with no claims or litigation.
With its knowledgeable experts employing cutting-edge technologies – which include life-cycle (6D) BIM, 5D cost estimating, and 4D scheduling – Buric Global helps eradicate construction-
Buric Global includes a web-based, real-time dashboard that allows its experts to share proprietary intelligence and analyses along with databases, documents and other project control information. To learn more, visit the company's website at buricglobal dot com.