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Mohawk College Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation: A Symbiotic Design

Once open in fall 2018, the Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation will be among Canada’s first net-zero institutional buildings. A living lab for sustainable learning and technologies, the building is designed to be symbiotic in its relationship to the user and environment. This presentation will explore the space between these connections and the importance of a cultural shift in how we interact with the built environment.

Date: Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Time:
8:30 – 10 a.m.
Location: Room 223/224
Learning Units (LUs): 1.5 Core

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Presented by:

Kevin Stelzer B.E.S B.Arch. OAA NLAA MRAIC LEED AP BD+C BSSOW3---Kevin-Stelzer

Kevin Stelzer is a Principal at B+H Architects; focusing on laboratory, retrofit/renewal, commercial and educational buildings across North America, the UAE and Asia. He studied architecture at the University of Waterloo and studied Building Science at the University of Toronto. He is a licensed architect, Building Science Specialist of Ontario and a LEED accredited professional.Read More

Joanne McCallum BA M.Arch. OAA FRAIC LEED APW3---Joanne-McCallum

As Co-founder and Director of McCallum Sather, Joanne McCallum provides direction and oversight with specific emphasis on ground breaking educational environments, healthcare, research and multi-unit, high-rise, mixed-use developments. Her work is informed by vigorous research and careful client consultation, working from first principles in a way that thoughtfully translates her clients’ needs into physical reality.Read More

Tony Cupido Ph.D. P.Eng.W3---Tony-Cupido

Dr. Tony Cupido is an engineering and operations senior professional with more than 35 years of experience in facilities management and sustainability. He has considerable institutional experience and has facilitated the planning, design, construction and operation of building projects totaling $750M, including seven LEED facilities at McMaster University and the first LEED Gold building ofRead More