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1 1 Integrating Communities to Continuously Improve the Resource Efficiencies of People, Processes and Products As a community we endeavor to transform how communities think of and manage their development resources, starting with waste. Construction Resource Initiatives Council

2 Therefore, it is our mission to transform how communities think of and manage their respective development resources. Our guiding principles are simple: 1.Sustainable Development. This is guided by the definition and basic concepts presented in 1987 in ‘Our Common Future’ also known as the Brundtland Report by the World Commission on Environment and Development. 1. Thinking and Managing all resources, including waste, as complex integral parts of our environmental, social and economical systems, rather than wicked problems to be dealt with. At the CRI Council, we believe in integrated communities, continuously seeking to improve their people, processes and products, by challenging old ways of thinking and eliminating all waste forms. Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. It contains within it two key concepts: 1.the concept of needs, in particular the essential needs of the world's poor, to which overriding priority should be given; and 2.the idea of limitations imposed by the state of technology and social organization on the environment's ability to meet present and future needs."

3 Our Priorities 1. Complete our Design Team for a Resource Use Change Management Plan 2. Communicate Efficiency and Productivity Measure and Verification Needs 3. Mission 2030 Communication and Education Campaign Our Goals by 2017 Ratify the first Integration Protocol, focused on Mission 2030 Measures and Verifications –Engagement of People –Co-Creation of Process –Enablement of Best Products and Services 2020 Implementation 1 st evaluation and re-plan 2025 Implementation 2 nd evaluation and re-plan 2030 Implementation 3 rd evaluation and re-plan COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 3 ChaosOrderControl Fig. BioMatrix Process Our Strengths Our purpose – Co-Educating on integration as a life skill. Our people – A growing constructive body of knowledge. Our integrative and iterative process Our collaborative products, services and projects Our listening and critical thinking skills Our system thinking including chaordic* creative thinking skills, where innovation starts and change emerges * Chaord is a high level of intelligence processing capacity, characterized by the fundamental principles of nature and evolution. It is a sort of distributed network that is autonomous; connected by protocol; stable relationship; dynamic environment; diverse and uniform; grows from any point in any direction

4 Our Primary Stakeholders are all governing and civil societies. Our Customers and Partners are currently primarily those with the same purpose as the CRI Council, believing the three imperatives to minimize all waste forms whilst delivering greater assured value for sustainable whole life cycle outcomes: - Collaborative People - Integrative Processes - Interoperable Products & Technologies Our Relationships are based on - Sharing rather than ownership - Systems thinking to maximize innovative synergies and minimize trade-offs and transformation costs. - Thought, Plan, Do, Study and Act Leadership seeking emerging capitals. Our Channels include social and business media, open work platforms, regional to international organizations, growing community and events. COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 4 Waste Saver App E-Lean Courses Giga Product Management Tool Waste Management Planning & Tracking Tool Broad range of Professional Support and Initiatives Resource/Waste Management Planning; Industrial Symbiosis Mission 2030 (Zero Construction, Renovation and Demolition Waste to Landfill by 2030) Change Initiative. Integration Initiative and Protocol Our Current Activities Our Leaders and Directors Pres. CEO: Renée Gratton, LEED AP, Principal, RG Integration (CA) VP COO: Cathy Rust, LEED AP, BEC Green (CA) TreasurerMichael Trevail, ACTT Installation Directors: Ryan Dick, B.Sc. Arch., COO, GIGA (CH) Andres Bernal, OAA, P. Eng, LEED AP BD+C (CA) Dr Peter Denton, Author, UNEP North America Civil Society (CA) Dr Mark Gorgolewski, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., DIP Arch, LEED AP, Ryerson ‘U’ (CA) Peter Laybourn, COO, International Synergies (UK) Kristen Macken, SIOR, Sr VP, Colliers International (US) Marie-Andrée Roy, OAA, LEED AP, PMP, Bernard Benoit Project Management Teno West, PLDW, Partner, Pannone Lopes Devereaux & West LLC (US)

5 A leader is best when people barely know he exists, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say: we did it ourselves. Lao Tzu. 5 AREA OF EXPERTISELEADERCRI COUNCIL ROLE Stone-TileElizabeth MillarExecutive, Co-Founder Creativity & HealthMarianne Dupont, in tempo design studio, Ottawa Executive Senior Advisor Celeste Irvine Jones, Creative FrictionDo Programming & Planning PennyTurnbullDo Sustainable ManufacturingBrian Hall and Robert Burack, CPCI, Ottawa/TorontoDo Lean Automated LearningDr. Robert Abel, Automated Learning Corp., OttawaDo Gordon Erskine, Erskine Dredge Architects, OttawaDo Darryl Hood, CSV Architects Do SustainabilityJohn David Hutchison, CSV Architects, Ottawa Do Energy Stephen Pope, SF Pope Consulting, AthenaDo E-Waste Jay Illingworth, Electronic Product Recycling AssociationDo Public RelationsMark WesselDo UNEP(UN Env. Progr.)Curt Garrigan, Sustainable Building and Climate InitiativesDo WasteDavid Newman, International Solid Waste AssociationDo Life Cycle ScienceAthena Sustainable Materials InstituteDo Jabeen Quadir, Sustainability Edge Do GovernanceDiana Osler ZorteaDo Architecture/DesignArchitectural NGO’s (OAA, ORSA, RAIC, IDC)Supportive Partners Green BuildingsGreater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building CouncilDo Integrated Design & DevelopmentIsabelle Bradbury Architect, NomadimDo Media Thom Mills, Green Home TVDo Residential/Commercial DevelopmentAlison Minato & Serge Desjardins, MintoDo Wood Peter Moonen, Canadian Wood CouncilDo RoofingTremcoDo Facilities Management Julie Matthews, Brookfield Johnson ControlDo ResearchLiza Medek, National Research Council Do Industry MediaSAB Mag, RENx, Construction News Do Master/DesignerSherry White, White Design, OttawaService Partners Strategic Business ManagementDavid Lynch, The Fios Group, GatineauService Partners Mobile AppJudy Richardson, TNPGIService Partners

6 Our Open Governance Structure Reference: Open Organizational Structure 6 Board of Trustees President/CEO & VP Chief Operating Officer Executive Advisory Board Academic Advisory Board Research Assistants, Researchers & Affiliated Researchers Strategic Focus & Future Orientation Connectivity of Information Conciseness Materiality Stakeholder Relationship Consistency & Comparability Reliability & Completeness Departments HR; Control; Market; IT Executive Committee Research Professors Affiliated Professors Stakeholders LP’s & GP’s Investee Co. Divested Co. Incubators Incubated Co. Start-Ups Entrepreneurs Advisors Governments Developments Agencies Multi-Lateral Organizations Associations Foundations Universities Research Centers Academics Media Others Stakeholders LP’s & GP’s Investee Co. Divested Co. Incubators Incubated Co. Start-Ups Entrepreneurs Advisors Governments Developments Agencies Multi-Lateral Organizations Associations Foundations Universities Research Centers Academics Media Others Integrated Reporting Guiding Principles  Communication System   …..…......… Demands and Recognition ……………..   ………......… Serve & Produce Results …..………….. 

7 Our Proposed Biomatrix Transformative Approach COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 7 Integration Protocol Engage Co-Create Enable Integrated Resource Management Planning Measurements & Verification Corporate Social/Sustainability Reporting Minimum Standard Integrated Reporting Biomatrix Input Throughput Output Environment

8 RESOURCE DEPLETION Effect Root Cause Change/Project Management Integration & Education Research & Development Tools & Support Communication For every effect, there is a root cause. As a community, we relentlessly work with other communities and customers to find and address the root cause, as there is no end to trying to fix the effect when working in complex systems. I n the process, we endeavor to raise: WASTE Pollution Social Capital by co-mobilizing Networks and communities to attract Investors and mentors Material Capital by identifying Alternative resources to meet critical present and future needs. Financial Capital by adopting a sharing economy model. Living Capital by co-protecting living systems. Intellectual Capital by producing cutting edge research to spark creativity, where innovation starts and change emerges Human (Experiential) Capital by co-developing people, processes and products for the necessary skills of emerging socio- economical systems, through e-learning or hands-on mentoring, training and advising. Cultural Capital by supporting and showcasing shared internal and external community processes

9 COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Image reference: Wikipedia. 9 Our Income Streams Products and Services (sales and in kind) Partnership Contributions Project Revenues Donations Joint Ventures Custom Education Recovery Programs Industrial Symbiosis Our Worth (Costs) Ongoing Research and Development Markets Cultures Economies Management Biomimicry Communication Education Operation Awareness Campaign As of 2015, nearly one million dollars has been invested in the research and development of the CRI Council and its Initiatives – mostly in kind professional services. As policies and regulations roll in to intervene with global consumption and production patterns, this value of this investment continues to grow. Ultimately, every professional and organization will have to increase its knowledge on resources to synchronize and align their people, processes, products, services and technologies. This is and will increasingly be the determining success factor in an increasingly complex and rapidly changing global economy. The chance to be part of a powerful integration strategy is now. Don’t miss is!

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11 Sustaining Partnerships & Creating Communities COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 11

12 Going from Systems Thinking and Dreaming to Reality COPYRIGHT © 2011 CRI COUNCIL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 12

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