ULI BC: Cocktails & Conversations with Michelle McLarty of Onni Group (February 27th)

When

Thursday, February 27th, 2020
5:30pm - 7:00pm EST

Where

LEVEL Hotel Will open in a new window 1022 Seymour Street Vancouver, BC V6B 0G1 CANADA

Pricing

Pricing Members Non-Members
Private CA$10.00 CA$15.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit CA$10.00 CA$15.00
Retired CA$10.00 N/A
Student CA$10.00 CA$15.00
Under Age 35 CA$10.00 CA$15.00
All pricing is in CDN funds and is subject to GST.
Refund requests must be submitted by February 25th.
Registration includes one complimentary beverage and light canapes. 
A cash bar will be available onsite.
Space is limited, be sure to register early!
 
Cocktails and Conversations is a spinoff of ULI BC’s monthly early morning coffee networking event, where all real estate professionals can drop in to listen to an industry professional speak in a casual Q&A format on stage, meet other like-minded colleagues, further their contact base, and share thoughts and ideas about industry issues that we are all so passionate about.
 
Developers, builders, architects, urban planners, engineers, acquisition officers, brokers, mortgage professionals, appraisers, students – all real estate focused professionals… this networking event is for you! Open to ULI members, non-members and students. 
 
This month we are delighted to have Michelle McLarty with Onni Group join us for cocktails and the conversation! Feel free to bring any question that you have for Michelle about her work, projects, or professional life. Alternatively, you can also email us at ulibcyoungleaders@gmail.com and we will select a few as part of our discussion.
 
Special thank you to Onni Group, our Coffee and Cocktails networking series sponsor!
 
 

LEVEL Hotel 1022 Seymour Street Vancouver, BC V6B 0G1 CANADA

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Speakers

Speaker

Michelle McLarty

District Energy, Sustainability and Building Systems, Onni Group

Michelle is head of the District Energy, Sustainability and Building Systems at Onni Group of Companies. Her work focuses on large-scale master projects across Canada and the USA from the pre-development to construction phases. As a Professional Engineer by trade and Masters degree in Sustainability Studies and Business from Waterloo, Michelle is developing strategy and implementation tactics that lead to both profitable business and environmentally responsible outcomes. Michelle is very involved in the professional community and is a strong advocate for women at all levels in engineering as the current Vice Chair for Women in Engineering and Geoscience for BC.