Canadian Construction Women: Vancouver 2020: the City’s “Greenest City 2020 Action Plan”

Date:January 29, 2013 to January 22, 2013

Time: 05:30 to 08:30
Ticket Cost: Members $35 – Non-members $50
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Vancouver’s Construction Industry is talking about Vancouver 2020: the City’s “Greenest City 2020 Action Plan”.

What is the scope of the plan? How will this change our city? How will it affect the Construction Industry? What are the hurdles that must be overcome to achieve this ambitious plan?

CCW will explore this with a two part panel of women leaders in the Vancouver construction industry.

The first panel will be held on the evening of January 22nd 2013, moderated by Jennifer Fix, an Urban Planner at DIALOG, and asking these questions to a series of experts. We are excited to present our panelists:

- Erin O’Melinn, Executive Director at HUB – Sustainable transportation

- Deana Grinnell, Director of Land Development at Parklane Homes

- Sarah Buckle, Senior Sustainable Advisor at MHPM

Join us to take part in shaping the future! Listen to the panelists’ ideas and weigh in with your own perspectives.

Canadian Construction Women is a vibrant & supportive networking resource for women in the construction industry. Our members include women of all disciplines, planners, architects, engineers, project managers and women of all trades.

5:30pm – Registration
6pm – Dinner
7pm – Presentation

We look forward to seeing you there!

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2 Responses to Canadian Construction Women: Vancouver 2020: the City’s “Greenest City 2020 Action Plan”

  1. Abigail January 10, 2013 at 5:46 pm #

    Event will be held at the Chateau Granville, Best Western Hotel in Granville Room.

    Parking is half price if you let reception know you are here for the event too!

  2. Marie January 10, 2013 at 5:57 pm #

    I’m so excited to attend! This is a very interesting and relevant topic for anyone in the construction & finance industry (developers, engineers, architects, planners, contractors, etc…) This is really about where our city is going and what we in the industry are focusing on.

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