All posts tagged Building Resilience

New Article by Mark Thompson Brandt featured in the Journal of Architectural Conservation

Along with a collection of esteemed authors including David Fixler and Theo Prudon, an article written by Mark Thompson Brandt

Heritage: A Driver of Sustainability

Canada’s 150 anniversary¬†inspires us to think about the past, present and future of heritage in Canada and in the Capital.¬†

Compact urban form providing more efficient heating and increased density, Halifax (image source: Shelley Bruce)

Building Resilience Practical Guidelines for the Rehabilitation of Buildings in Canada Officially Launches

The Federal / Provincial / Territorial Collaboration on Historic Places in Canada Working Group has released Building Resilience: Practical Guidelines

Compact urban form providing more efficient heating and increased density, Halifax (image source: Shelley Bruce)

Profiles Directory Published for 2016 Featuring an Article by Mark Brandt

Profiles, the member and practice directory for the Ontario Association of Architects, is also the vehicle for Ontario architects to

Roofscape looking southwest

MTBA at the NCC’s Urbanism Lab

MTBA Principal Mark Brandt and Senior Associate Chris Warden will be presenting at the upcoming NCC Urbanism Lab on May

Exterior envelope improvements, Workers Compensation Building, 1x1 Architecture and A49 (image source: Winnipeg Architecture Foundation)

Building Resilience Guidelines Sneak Previews at Recent Conferences

As part of the ¬†proceedings at the APTi Conference in Quebec City in October 2014 Heritage BC and Parks Canada’s