Robert Lemon has over three decades of experience with heritage conservation in British Columbia. Lemon is a board member – and past chair - of the Vancouver Heritage Foundation. From 1991 to 1996, he was the senior heritage planner for the City of Vancouver where he was involved in landmark building rehabilitation projects and the introduction of the current heritage legislation. He also developed the city’s transfer of density policy, recent landmarks program, and heritage Interiors initiatives. Lemon wrote the provincial rehabilitation standards and guidelines, co-authored the heritage provisions of the BC Building Code and contributed to the federal Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canada.
In 2008, Rob Menchenton joined Ron Fougere Associates Ltd where he has become a partner. His extensive experience includes large-scale projects such as the new Academic Building at MUN Grenfell Campus. This building was the first use of structural curtain wall in Newfoundland and Labrador. While at his previous firm, Menchenton was involved with complex projects such as the Deer Lake Stadium Upgrade and Expansion, a new city hall for the City of Corner Brook, and an extension to the Arts and Sciences Building at the MUN Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook. He brings a long history of technical construction and design experience.
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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.