The Business of Northwest New Urbanism + Bridging Sustainability & Aboriginal Values
November 3, 2015
Robert Fung, President, The Salient Development Group
Urban Design Panel – “Urban Design and The Economies of Cities”
- Scot Hein, Campus Urban Designer, UBC, former Urban Designer/Development Planner for the Olympic Village, CoV
- Joyce Drohan, Director of Urban Design, Perkins + Will
- Lyle Bicknell, Principal Urban Designer, City of Seattle
- Alan Hart, Founding Principal, VIA Architecture, Seattle
- Trevor Boddy, Urban Designer, Architectural Critic
First Nations Panel – “Aboriginal Values and Economic Prosperity”
- Dr. Patrick Stewart, first Aboriginal architect with his own firm in BC
- Pam Shaw,PhD MCIP,RPP, FRCGS, Director, Master of Community Planning Program, Vancouver Island University + Research Director of the Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere
- Alanna Mitchell, Community Planner, K’omokos First Nation
- David Seymour, a Director on the Aboriginal Housing Management Association of BC
Vancouver Walking Tours + More
- Walter Francl, Architect
- Chris Baber, P.Eng. City of Vancouver
- May So, Henriquez’s Architects
- Joe Wai, Architect
- Scot Hein, Architect/ Campus Urban Designer. UBC
- Lino Sircuasa, Economic Development Manager , City of Maple Ridge
Who Should Attend
Developers, builders, elected officials, mayors, realtors, BIAs, community economic development consultants, urban designers, municipal planners, engineers, health officials, students, transportation planners, mortgage brokers, First Nations, planning commissioners, small business owners, citizen advocates, architects, landscape architects, and others.
The Business of Green City Building & Aboriginal Partners
Sharpen the pencils and let’s get down to the business . . . of building more walkable, healthy, vibrant, economically thriving green neighbourhoods in the Pacific Northwest. CNU-C, as an advocate for pedestrian-oriented, sustainable urban design, is “growing the tent” to include those with “skin in the game”. The Vancouver Summit 2015 has two major goals. The first focus is to encourage the implementation of walkable neighbourhood design through informal business networking by a broad range of actors and decision makers interested in green city building.
The second goal is to start building relationships with First Nations, as this community takes on larger roles in a variety of developments in BC and elsewhere, and to find opportunities for collaborative learning.
Vancouver’s & Seattle’s Early Decisions for Pedestrian Oriented Urban Design
Part of the genesis for this Summit is the recognition of Metro Vancouver as having made some very deliberate decisions as a western, post World War II city to be pedestrian oriented rather than car dominated. It is very unique to contemporary western cities. It is something that we cannot take for granted. Can Vancouver + Seattle remain competitive in the global market?
Date: November 6-8, 2015
Location: Vancouver Walking Tour + Granville Island’s TheatreSports, 1502 Duranleau Street, Vancouver
Cost: Students, NGOs, UDI-U40 $75; regular rate $190
To register: http://www.cnucascadia.org/2015-cnu-cascadia-summit