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1.5 ConEd Learning Hours
This course will be offered again Thursday, May 8, 2014, 10:30 AM -12:00 PM and Thursday, May 8, 2014, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Case study of measures undertaken to identify the risks to heritage building elements and provide appropriate protection procedures during major demolition and rehabilitation efforts at 180 Wellington, Ottawa.
Eric Stein, OAQ, APT Senior Associate
Eric Stein received his Bachelor of Architecture from McGill University in Montreal. He joined FGMDA in 2001 and was appointed one of its associates in 2009. He has over 22 years of experience in his field.
Mr. Stein has worked as Project Architect on medium to large scale commercial and institutional projects, many of which are heritage conservation projects. He is well-versed in conceptual work and in all areas of project management, including costing, scheduling, quality assurance/control and contract administration. He is also proficient in the integration and automation of the production of computerized drawings.
Heritage conservation projects have included rehabilitation of the Wellington building in Ottawa and of the St. Thomas Consolidated Courthouse in Ontario; restoration and interior design of Montreal’s FACE school auditorium; restoration of the Mappin Wing façade at Rideau Hall in Ottawa; elaboration of protective scaffolding measures in view of important restoration works on Parliament Hill’s West Block in Ottawa; masonry and roof restoration of the Beaconsfield Yacht Club; and restoration of the façade of the Montreal Herald.
Mr. Stein has also collaborated in the design of the Dorshei Emet Congregation Synagogue in Hampstead, Quebec, and of two private residences in the Quebec Laurentians; as well as in the roof restoration of Le Château Apartments in downtown Montreal.