Mixed-Use Real Estate: A Case Study in Complex Project Management

With an increasing focus in activating transit corridors in the Metro Vancouver region, the complexity and size of mixed-use projects has grown dramatically. So too have the issues and entities that must be responded to in project design and implementation. Proximity to transit and other infrastructure dramatically magnifies approval, design and construction problems as these projects advance. Using a case study of the recently completed 3 Civic Plaza project adjacent to Surrey Central Skytrain station, some of the issues to watch for, stakeholders to consult with and the lessons learned, will be explored.

Sean is a sustainable development practitioner, community visionary, innovation champion and leader of the Century Group executive team. His passion is to create community, both within the company and through real estate development projects. Sean’s leadership philosophy is that ‘there is never a simple answer to anything worth doing.’ His vision is to build a sustainable, innovative company that challenges the status quo of the development business. His approach is to build neighbourhoods and public spaces where people can conveniently access jobs, transportation options and local amenities, as well as to integrate sustainability measures that foster community, improve building performance and conserve resources.
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