100 Mile Building: Generating Local Solutions

The Radium Community Hall and Library, the first dowel laminated locally built structure in B.C. was conceived in an innovative stakeholder process that started with a meeting to identify all the trades in the valley. This resulted in the “100 Mile Building,” maximizing community participation at all stages. This session will feature a case study of this recently completed building and explore the unique engagement strategies that were implemented.

Time: 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Location: Room 224
Learning Units (LUs): 1.5 Core

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Presented by:

Shelley Craig Architect AIBC, FRAIC, AADipl, Partner, Urban Arts Architecture

Shelley has been working with communities to realize their building goals for over twenty years. She has extensive experience in recreational, cultural and institutional projects, and is very familiar with working with community groups to build projects that speak directly to their goals. Committed to creating positive public spaces, she has worked closely with manyRead More