ULI BC: Navigating River Green’s Waterfront Development in Richmond - Part 2 – Environmental & Heritage Planning and Development

When

2024-03-07
2024-03-07T16:00:00 - 2024-03-07T18:00:00
America/Los_Angeles

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    Where

    PGL Environmental Consultants Suite 1500, 1185 West Georgia Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 4E6 CANADA

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until March 7 Members Non-Members
    All Types CA$20.00 CA$35.00

    The second installment of the series, environmental and heritage planning and development, will feature Aspac’s River Green masterplan with a focus on the various environmental and heritage approvals and implementation process including Environmentally Sensitive Areas, Riparian Management Areas, the Middle Arm Fraser River foreshore and diking upgrades, as well as heritage conservation initiatives. Having been active for almost 15 years, the project has successfully navigated through an ever-evolving Municipal, Provincial and Federal regulatory processes and found a comfortable balance integrating a variety of values in the development. 

    River Green is ASPAC’s master planned community, with over 27 acres of serene landscape and unobstructed views north and west. Over 1.1km of Richmond’s shoreline was upgraded and developed to include new multifamily homes, public parks, a board-walk, public art by local artists, infrastructure upgrades and a childcare facility.  With close proximity to Richmond’s city centre and access to Vancouver and YVR via the Dinsmore and No. 2 Road bridges, River Green blends 5-star urban sophistication into a natural wildlife haven. World-class resort amenities are integral to River Green’s design including water-gardens, indoor pool & wellness facilities, theatres, club rooms, social lounges, music rooms, fitness centres, half-court and plenty more.

     
     
     
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    Speakers

    Lin Lin

    Senior Associate, PFS Studio

    Lin is a senior associate at PFS Studio, where her dual background in architecture and landscape architecture provides her with a unique perspective and interest in integrating the built and natural environment. She has championed ecological resilience in her projects through some of the earliest integrations of stormwater management into landscape architecture works, as well as promoting land-based approaches to sea-level rise. With over 20 years at PFS Studio, Lin has designed and led many award-winning projects, including Richmond Olympic Oval, West Vancouver Community Centre and River Green Village & Waterfront Park in Richmond.

    Keven Goodearle

    Senior Environmental Consultant, PGL Environmental Consultants

    Keven is a senior environmental consultant with more than 20 years of experience in the environmental and arboriculture consulting industry. He is a Registered Professional Biologist, as well as an ISA Certified Arborist with Tree Risk Assessment Qualification credentials. Keven is at the forefront of his field with respect to ecological restoration, vegetation/urban forestry management, and urban development permitting and approvals. His technical and regulatory knowledge have allowed him to collaborate with interdisciplinary teams on the design of award-winning urban development projects, including Fairwinds Lakes District and Schooner Cove Neighbourhood Plans, Cates Landing, Hazelwood South Grandview, and River Green Village and Waterfront Park in Richmond.

    Jayme Colville

    Assistant Development Manager, ASPAC Developments Ltd.

    With 15 years of real estate development experience, Jayme Colville leads the development team at ASPAC Developments; a masterplan oriented residential developer with nearly 30 years of Metro Vancouver development history. In her role, Jayme has been involved with the successful completion of the iconic Harbour Green in Coal Harbour and from project inception, has progressed the entitlements process through to key handovers on the ~3.4M square foot River Green community in Richmond. Jayme proudly serves on the Women of UDI Committee.