DIALOG to attend SCUP 2019 – connect with the delegates
DIALOG delegates from our studios across Canada and the US are attending the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP)’s annual conference in Seattle from July 14 to 16. They’re interested in meeting with other conference attendees, and discussing important issues in this space, from architecture and campus planning to interior design and strategic business connections.
In order to help you figure out who to connect with, we’ve divided our delegates into groups, based on their areas of specialty.
Scroll through the list of attendees, and click on their email address to set up a meeting time!
AIBC, CAB (California), AIA, LEED® AP
Marion is recognized for her ability to lead and manage large-scale healthcare and recreation projects, and is known as an industry leader specializing in sports and recreation facility design. She has a strong leadership background in alternative delivery and P3 design teams. Marion is DIALOG’s Vancouver studio managing principal and works on projects across Canada and beyond, including extensive work in California.
MEng, PEng, Struct Eng, MIStructE, FEC
Fadi is a Principal and Senior Design Engineer with over 35 years of experience in the design and upgrading of educational, office, commercial, residential, industrial, institutional and other buildings. He also has extensive experience in the upgrading and retrofitting of existing buildings. His extensive experience in structural design and project management contributes to an effective and efficient design team.
M.Urb, BA (Hons)
Urban Planning & Public Engagement
Molly brings more than eight years of experience in the planning, design, and arts sectors to the Vancouver studio. She has a diverse skill set that includes planning, public engagement, graphic design, and project coordination for diverse clients including post-secondary institutions, school districts, municipalities, and other organizations in both public and private sectors.
Architect BRA (Massachusetts) AIA,
MRAIC, LEED® AP
Higher Education Studio Lead
Pauline’s post-secondary work has ranged from programming and planning, renovation and rehabilitation to new construction. She has been involved in projects at institutions such as Simon Fraser University (SFU), UBC, SAIT (Southern Alberta Institute for Technology), Radcliffe Institute at Harvard University, Dartmouth College, Lesley University, Brandeis University, MIT and Stanford.
Connect with Pauline at SCUP 2019 – ac.ngisedgolaidnull@mmihtp
RID, IDIBC, BID, IDC
Michele is an award-winning interior designer with a proven track record of design excellence. She leads DIALOG’s Institutional, Commercial, Arts & Culture, and Health and Wellness design teams with a strong vision and a rigorous approach. Her cross-sector knowledge ensures design innovation on large-scale projects such as the Simon Fraser University Student Residences and Dining Commons.
Architect, AAA, MRAIC, MArch, LEED® AP
John has a wide range of project experience that includes work in the post-secondary institutional realm, academic and public libraries, healthcare and recreational facilities. He is a project architect for the University of Calgary Mackimmie Complex and the recently completed Mount Royal University Riddell Library + Learning Centre.
NCIDQ, BAIO, INTERN AAA, LEED® AP
Jacqueline has a range of project experience including institutional design on the Mount Royal University Riddell Library + Learning Centre and Calgary Branch Library retrofits. She has acted as lead interior designer on institutional design projects, and creates environments that provide optimal space utilization for flexibility and adaptability to support the present and future needs of clients.
BSc, MLA, OALA, LEED® AP ND
Jill is a skilled facilitator of design-oriented public engagement, and is known for her ability to achieve meaningful consensus in highly sensitive situations. She is a registered landscape architect and LEED® Accredited Professional (Neighbourhood Development) with a special interest in landscape ecology, collaborative master planning, and urban design.
Arq. MES, RPP, MCIP, FRAIC
Urban Planner and Architect
Antonio is internationally recognized for transforming cities into vibrant urban places, which respond to their social, economic, environmental, and political context. Grounded on both a participatory and an evidence-based approach, his work is credited with meaningfully improving the wellbeing of communities and has been recognized with awards for planning and design excellence.
BSc, BArch, Architect, AAA, OAA, FRAIC, RCA
Donna has practiced in Canada and the US, building a portfolio of work that covers a broad spectrum — post-secondary, education, healthcare, arts & culture, research, mixed-use, and devotional buildings. Her work has improved the communities she has designed for, with notable projects such as University of Alberta’s Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering, the Walterdale Bridge and the Royal Alberta Museum.
BLArch, OALA, CSLA Associate Member
Gail has a strong background in urban design and landscape architecture, a combination that has allowed her to create successfully integrated and balanced built form and open space environments. Her focus on all projects is entrenched in building community and creating attractive high quality public realm spaces that foster socialization, inclusivity, cultural diversity, and healthy living.
Architect, AAA, MRAIC, AIA, NCARB
Robert is a Design Principal at DIALOG and an award-winning architect with many years of international design experience. Robert’s commitment to architecture and to a unique understanding of each project comes in part from his passions and interests in the arts. Robert is a licensed architect in both Alberta and California, and has taught architecture in universities across Canada and in California.
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