CSI to Present at the National Trust Conference 2015 in Calgary, Alberta
[09-14-2015] CSI's Joe Sembrat, senior executive vice president & senior conservator and Caroline Guay, senior conservator & project manager at Ottawa, Ont. Location, are among the presenters at the National Trust Conference 2015 on October 22-24, 2015 at the Fairmont Palliser Hotel, Calgary, Alberta. Their presentation titled "The Conservation of Industrial Archeology and its Role in Connecting Us with the Past" will focus on adaptive re-use of abandoned industrial heritage buildings.
CSI is a leading international historic preservation firm, Joe has been immersed in the conservation field for over 20 years and Caroline has 30 years’ experience in heritage preservation. They will present at the CAHP Session: Conserving Industrial Heritage.
Their paper will use several case studies of various industrial and heritage sites throughout North America to explain the various roles a conservator plays within a team of heritage architects, planners, engineers, historians, and grass roots advocates.
The National Trust Conference 2015 is Canada’s largest event for professionals involved in restoring heritage places. The expected 400-plus participants come diverse backgrounds such as architects, professionals, government representatives, volunteers, general public, and higher educational representatives.