November 1st, 2019
Drew Hauser speaking at #CanU11
Our Director, Drew Hauser, will be speaking about success in adaptive reuse projects with Steve Kulakowsky of Core Urban, Jason Casis of Equal Parts Hospitality, Rob Ziedler of Dabbert Group, moderated by Kalen Anderson for the Council of Canadian Urbanism’s CanU11 event at @Westinghouse HQ on November 7!
Projects discussed during the panel include The Cotton Factory, 541 Eatery & Exchange, Connolly, King James and Westinghouse HQ.
The Council for Canadian Urbanism is a movement dedicated to improving City-Building practices, research and education in order to create sustainable, healthy and livable cities and communities across Canada.
CanU11 is centred around the theme of Urban Renaissance. The conference will explore the possibilities of an urban renaissance through in-depth discussion panels, illuminating presentations, walking tours of the city’s neighbourhoods and performances by local artists. Leading urbanists from all provinces and fields will be in attendance at various venues across Hamilton, exchanging ideas and opinions and focused on improving the design and planning of cities across Canada.
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