Katja Rodionova

Katja Rodionova

Founding Committee Member - European Union

Being an engineer in construction industry means to be able to put together a vision on the complex problems and to nail the solution with a potential to bring us a better future. I reckon that one of the biggest technical problems at hand is a lack of understanding between specializations, resulting in huge time and quality losses. Though the transition is on its way, we’re still living in a Babel tower era. I educated myself in few extra disciplines & am intended to keep going as that interdisciplinary experience really offers some inspiring opportunities to make a difference. We also face humanitarian issue, where the structure and the matter of the education struggle to keep even with the world’s development. I do my best to tackle this issue as well, hopefully the results pop up in a due time. Trying to really contribute means you’ve no right to stop learning. So I’d love to connect with the people who share my values, and to figure out if there’s new pieces of knowledge or opportunities we could use to help the world to roll uphill.

One of the greatest attributes that people and organisations share within the global mass timber construction sector is unity. Unity is what binds us, helps us to be better, to achieve more together and drive a different future.

Above all else, the mass timber construction sector is special and unique for its diversification for technology, process and methods of working.

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