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National Trust for Canada, 2021

Giaimo will be participating at the virtual National Trust for Canada Conference (in association with Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals) Sept 28-Oct 1 2021! Associate Mitchell May will be presenting as part of Session 5.1, Getting to Zero: Energy Retrofits, Mitigation, and LCA at Heritage Places. His presentation, The Next Hundred, will share Giaimo’s adaptive reuse approach to 21 Dundas Square, exploring the momentum of the historic building’s embodied energy in the context of life cycle and capital expenditures and considering the project in relation to sustainable architecture guidelines and policies. Giaimo’s Sara Shemirani and Stephanie Mah will also be presenting as part of Session 8.2, The Next Generation: Key Issues and New Vision, and Associate Ria Al-Ameen and Stephanie Mah are part of the CAHP Awards recipient panel discussing Brighter Days Ahead at The Oculus in Toronto.

The annual National Trust Conference is Canada’s largest heritage learning and networking event. Held every year since 1974, the National Trust Conference brings together a wide-range of people working to keep Canada’s heritage alive: from grassroots activists and elected officials, to professionals, planners, policy makers, and property owners. Conference themes have tackled pressing issues for Canada’s heritage movement, including community revitalization, heritage tourism, sustainable development, and climate change.

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