The ITE Greater Vancouver Section is welcoming Eric Aderneck from Metro Vancouver to present for our October virtual lunch seminar. Eric will provide an overview of the Metro Vancouver region, the newly approved regional growth strategy Metro 2050, the Regional Industrial Lands Strategy, and projects related to transportation.
Eric Aderneck is a Registered Professional Planner. Over the past two decades, his diverse experience includes working for the public and private sectors in the Metro Vancouver region through a number of different capacities including planning policy, real estate development, consultant, and instructor.
He is well-versed with industrial, employment, and economic issues in the region, having led the industrial lands portfolio at Metro Vancouver Regional Government, completed industrial lands inventories and studies, written a number of leading publications on the topic of industrial lands utilization and intensification, as well as office development patterns, and associated trends and implications. He also teaches urban planning and land development courses at various institutions, including ‘Learn the Basics of Urban Planning : One-Day Live Online Class’, www.LearnPlanning.ca
Formal education includes: a Master of Urban & Regional Planning Degree from Queen’s University, a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Victoria, an Urban Land Economics Diploma from the University of British Columbia, and Project Management and Construction & Development Certificates from Langara College.