Building Blatchford: A leading sustainable community in the heart of Edmonton

10 Dec. 2020

Webinar

Building Blatchford: A leading sustainable community in the heart of Edmonton

The City of Edmonton is transforming 536 acres of centrally located land into one of North America’s most sustainable communities. Blatchford’s vision is to be home to 30,000 Edmontonians living, working and learning in a neighbourhood that operates on 100 per cent renewable energy. The community also aims to be carbon neutral, significantly reduce its ecological footprint and empower residents to pursue a range of sustainable lifestyle choices.

Learn more about this innovative new community, its use of the key pillars of sustainable design and the development of a renewable energy utility that ensures energy resiliency and longevity.

Date: Thursday, 10 December 2020 (registration deadline Tuesday, 08 December 2020)
Time: 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. MST
Format: Zoom webinar - login information will be sent out to all registrants shortly after you receive your order confirmation email1 2.
Cost: FREE

1 When registering for the webinar, please ensure you proceed to checkout to ensure you are fully registered. If you do not receive an order confirmation email (please check any junk or quarantined folders), please contact Alison Carter, Events Experience Coordinator

2 Non-ASET members wishing to register need to create an ASET web account to complete their registration.

About the Presenter

Tom Lumsden
Development manager, Blatchford, City of Edmonton

Tom is a professional engineer and a graduate of the University of Waterloo. He has extensive experience leading and facilitating land development for major projects in Edmonton.

His career began with three years of private sector consulting, followed by 10 years working for the City of Edmonton facilitating land development. He spent the next 12 years as a senior development manager working for Carma (now Brookfield Residential). He is currently the development manager for the Blatchford redevelopment project in Edmonton. With over 22 years of experience, Tom has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in land development in the public and private sectors.

In his Blatchford role, Tom leads the team responsible for planning, building and selling the community, one of the largest sustainable development projects in North America.

 


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