Walking Tour - June 13
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Continue the conversation and stretch your legs! Join a post-conference walking tour to visit two fascinating local projects, get some fresh west coast air and experience the unique Seabus passenger ferry across the Burrard Inlet (12-minute ride).

Manor House is a low-rise multifamily affordable housing building in North Vancouver that is currently undergoing a deep retrofit. See first-hand and learn about the strategies the construction team is using to deliver multiple, complex scopes on an occupied residential building. The tour stop will include representatives from key project partners, including FortisBC, Metro Vancouver Housing, and RDH Building Science.

Lonsdale Energy is the City of North Vancouver’s local energy provider with clean, reliable, and resilient heat and hot water supply. Powered by low-carbon sources, Lonsdale Energy efficiently meets the energy needs of its community through a network of underground pipes, helping to lower the city’s greenhouse gas emissions. This part of the tour will provide a brief introduction to Lonsdale Energy and district energy systems more broadly with a focus on how district energy systems can support a decarbonized future.

The tour will leave immediately after the conference closes at 4pm and conclude at 6:30pm. It includes approx. 4km of walking (round trip), plus travel on the Seabus to North Vancouver. Walking shoes recommended. Attendees will be required to purchase their own Seabus tickets - $4.25 each way or $10 for a day pass for all transit - contactless payment or cash options are available at the terminal.

Lonsdale Energy

Manor House