Lunch & Learn Virtual Meeting
November 25, 2020
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Learning Units: 1.5 LUs
Design Responses to COVID-19
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Free to attend: please RSVP. You must register by COB November 24, 2020.
Indoor Air Quality in Educational Facilities Webinar
November 18, 2020
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM MST
School reopening during the COVID pandemic has become a debate in the past few months and both K-12 and post secondary facilities are being challenged to mitigate the risks. Heightened awareness around the risk of airborne diseases matched with climate-induced seasonal wildfire smoke reinforces the importance of indoor air quality when designing learning spaces for student health and success.
Join Mary On
and Samson Tam
as they explore the reason why indoor air quality
has become an important topic for schools
in recent years and discuss potential solutions, passive and active strategies that bring long term health effects in schools.
This session will include a 20-minute presentation
followed by a 15-minute Q+A and 20-minute guided breakout discussion
for networking, sharing of ideas and challenges.
Please register for this free event. Once you have registered, you will be sent a link to access the webinar.
Mary On, PEng, LEED AP, CPHD, Associate
With over 18 years of extensive experience in building design industry, Mary specializes in education facilities including K-12 schools, universities, laboratories and design-build projects. Mary is well versed in all aspects of sustainable building design and detailed mechanical systems design. Some of her notable educational projects include Sir Sanford Fleming Elementary and Lord Tennyson Elementary School Replacement as well as UBC Quantum Matter Institute and SFU Shrum Chemistry Renovation.
Samson Tam, PEng, BASc, LEED AP, CPHD, Associate
Samson has been practicing mechanical engineering design and project management in the buildings industry since 2010, with a broad experience portfolio across North America as well as internationally. His work in education, recreation, transit and other project types allows him to think outside the box and apply best practices from different angles to all his projects. With a passion in sustainable building design, he strives to bring a holistic, coordinated design to support buildings that are balanced in form and function. Some of his notable education projects include UBC Pacific Residence, UBC Life Student Centre and Capilano University Student Success Centre.
About Integral Group
Integral Group is an interactive global network of design professionals collaborating under a single deep green engineering umbrella. We provide a full range of building system design and energy analysis services, with a staff widely regarded as innovative leaders in their fields. Located in offices across North America, the United Kingdom, and Australia, our passion for sustainable design runs deep.
Beyond the Net-Zero School Presentation
August 20, 2020
Presenters: Ray Wolfe, Thinkspace Architecture, Patrick Stewart, AME Group and Monte Paulsen, RDH Building Science Inc.
3rd Annual School Tour & Dinner
Monday, April 13, 2015
|Queen Mary Community Elementary School Seismic Upgrade
230 Keith Road West, North Vancouver
|Carson Graham Secondary School
2145 Jones Avenue, North Vancouver
|North Vancouver School Board Office
2121 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver
5th Floor, Ocean View Room
2nd Annual School Tour and Dinner
November 13, 2014
School Tour: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Sir James Douglas Elementary School
2150 Brigadoon Avenue, Vancouver (off Victoria Drive)
Presentation: 4:45 PM—5:15 PM
Wood WORKS: Opportunities & Challenges of Building with Wood – Peter Moonen
Light Supper: 5:30 PM—6:30 PM
Discussion: “Never the Twain Shall Meet; Opportunities & Challenges in the Current Provincial Context” – All
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