Join us at the APA California Conference 2019 in Santa Barbara, CA

September 11, 2019

Our team will be at the APA California Conference, September 15-18. Stop by Table #14 or come to one of our sessions! 


We are excited to be attending the APA California 2019, September 15-18 in Santa Barbara. You can catch experts from our community development, environmental services, and resilience teams at their sessions on September 16 and 17. Or stop on by Table #14 and say hi, we hope to see you there!


Session Block #5: Opportunities for Community/Military Partnerships to Enhance Resiliency CM | 1.5
3:15-4:45pm, Santa Cruz Room
Extreme weather events and changes in environmental conditions are creating new risks and vulnerabilities for military installations and their host communities across the country. Community/military partnerships are essential to address the growing challenges to human health and safety, quality of life, infrastructure, economic growth, and military operations and readiness.

Moderator: Cyrena Eitler, Strategic Planning Advisor
Stantec Panelist: John Malueg, Senior Principal and Program Manager, Resilience Planning and Design



Session Block 9#: Historic Preservation in the New Era of Infill Housing and Renewable Energy CM | 1.5
3:15 pm - 4:45 pm, Anacapa Room
In the new era of infill housing, colliding forces of preservation, adaptive reuse, and development have resulted in a resurgence of historic building evaluations and demolitions. The panel will debate strategies for historic preservation and present case studies including model ordinances and guidelines demonstrating critical components to project success.

Moderator: Trevor Macenksi, Senior Principal, Environmental Services
Stantec Panelist: Daniel Herrick, Architectural Historian


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