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PROJECT TEAM

Working together with the community on this project are team members from the city and the PlaceMakers and DPZ consulting firms, with Stantec, Global Retail Strategies, and Colliers International.

CITY REPRESENTATIVES
Gian-Carlo Carra
Ward 9 Alderman
City of Calgary
Thom Mahler
Mgr, Established Community Planning
City of Calgary

           

PLACEMAKERS TEAM
Geoff Dyer
Project Principal
PlaceMakers
Lori McLaren
Graphic Production
PlaceMakers
Howard Blackson
Planning, Zoning, Facilitation
PlaceMakers
Susan Henderson
Coding/Zoning
PlaceMakers
Scott Doyon
Communications
PlaceMakers
Ben Brown
Communications
PlaceMakers
Hazel Borys
Charrette Management, Facilitation
PlaceMakers

           

DUANY PLATER-ZYBERK (DPZ) TEAM
Andrés Duany
Charrette Lead
DPZ & Co.
Michael Weich
Design
DPZ & Co.
Max Zabala
Design
DPZ & Co.
Scott Douglass
Design
DPZ & Co.
Dmitry Averyanov
Design
DPZ & Co.
Christopher Ritter
Design
DPZ & Co.

           

LOCAL VOLUNTEERS
Dana Martin
Volunteer
Kate van Fraassen
Volunteer
Hilda Chu
Volunteer
Lindsay Meads
Volunteer
Natalia Zoldak
Volunteer
Mike Qualle
Volunteer
Philip Choi
Volunteer
Bright Pryde
Volunteer

           

Cathy Taylor
Volunteer
 
Tom Schlodder
Volunteer
 

           

STANTEC TEAM
 
James Scott
Statutory Planning Support
 
Mark Lawrence
Statutory Planning Support
 
Charles Kwok
Geotechnical
 
Justin Winter
Geotechnical
 
Jason Ashwin
Servicing Study
 
David Thatcher
Transportation Study
 

           

GLOBAL RETAIL STRATEGIES TEAM
 
Tom Leung
Principal, Retail Market Study
 
Carol Mak
Retail Market Study
 

           

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL TEAM
 
David Bell
Residential Study / Mixed Use Proforma
 
James Smerdon
Residential Study / Mixed Use Proforma
 

           













  • Headline

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    This is the moment we’ve all been planning towards.

    Beginning Wednesday, June 15, 2011, citizens, landowners, and City staff sat down with an international consulting team to translate years worth of lessons learned into a plan for healthy growth along Mission Road. Just as important, they used this week-long planning workshop as a test run for how Calgary's residents, business people, and government might better go about charting the future of our neighbourhoods together.

    That’s why we’ve described this project as: Neighbours on a mission. In reality, we’re all neighbours. And we have to work together to get where we want to go. Read more here.