Ashworth replaces Sandra De Medeiros, CAE who has served as interim executive director & CEO.
This year’s gala presented recipients with a total of 27 awards, recognizing top CRE achievers in the industry from across the country.
More than 190 health care organizations collectively represent 17,500 hospitals and related facilities in 28 countries that have signed on to the global effort to improve the sector's resiliency and reduce its environmental footprint.
The regional board sets the strategic direction in Canada, the U.S., Latin America, Brazil and the Caribbean
Oxford Properties Group and Ivanhoé Cambridge have been benchmarked atop their North American peers in the 2019 GRESB Real Estate Assessment, which this year plotted the ESG performance of 1,005 companies, funds and REITs worldwide.
Neil Ritchie has led the Green Health Leaders Initiative for the coalition which focused on enabling health executives, physician leaders and board members to become better environmental stewards.
Mary Rowe brings an extensive international network of practitioners from government, industry, community activism, and the city-building professions.
ASHRAE announces 2019-20 society scholarship recipients.
Drake has over 17 years of strategic and financial management experience at Plaza, most recently in his role as vice-president, finance.
McKenna will be responsible for the firm's real estate business and is a member of the executive team.
A ceremony was held at the Niagara Home Builders’ Association office in St. Catharines, Ont on August 14.
The announced changes will be effective on October 15, 2019.
The BOMI International board of trustees has elected Nicholas E. Stolatis, RPA, to the position of board chairman on a two-year term.
Alan MacKenzie will lead the business and its adoption of new technologies across Canada.
Sustainable Buildings Canada (SBC) is set to bestow its Lifetime Achievement Award to Birgit Siber, a long-time principal at Diamond Schmitt Architects.
The Carleton University professor will use the funds to develop new building envelope technologies that reduce emissions in Canada’s building sector.
Duda joined Colliers in 2010.