With over 25 years of experience, David Dove leads the Perkins+Will Vancouver’s Corporate + Commercial + Civic (CCC) market sectors and directs complex, mixed-use projects. Dove led the rezoning and redevelopment of the Shannon Estate. Current work includes the St. George’s School master plan, the renovation and interiors of the Life Building at the University of British Columbia, and multiple projects in downtown Vancouver for large development clients. He is currently acting as the local architect for the new Vancouver Art Gallery with international design architect Herzog & de Meuron. Dove is an active board member of the Vancouver Heritage Foundation and an elected council member for the Architectural Institute of British Columbia.
David Stubbs, Director of the Canada Masonry Design Centre, joined the masonry industry in 1998 with the Ontario Masonry Contractors’ Association prior to the formation of the Canada Masonry Design Centre in 2003. David was heavily involved with the development of the 2004 and 2014 CSA Masonry Standards. He is the Vice Chair of CSA S304 Design of Masonry Structures and A165 Standards on Concrete Masonry Units. Under David’s direction and extensive involvement, CMDC published the most comprehensive textbook available for Canadian designers, “Masonry Structures – Behaviour and Design” authored by Dr. Robert Drysdale and Dr. Ahmad Hamid. In 2010, under the leadership of David, CMDC released the new engineered masonry design software MASS TM. CMDC’s masonry research programs have grown significantly under the guidance and direction of David. These research programs reach across Canada and impact the structural, building envelope, durability, thermal, fire, and sound properties of masonry construction.
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May 30 - June 2, 2018
Saint John, New Brunswick
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Architects' Association of New Brunswick have partnered to present the 2018 Festival of Architecture May 30 - June 2 in Saint John.