Water-centric development at the University of British Columbia informs Metro Vancouver Reference Panel
Leading by Example at UBC
In April 2009, the Reference Panel toured three projects at the University of British Columbia where innovative approaches and designs have been implemented:
“These projects provided the Reference Panel with insights regarding what can be achieved by implementing water-centric green infrastructure at three scales: site, street and neighbourhood,” stated UBC’s David Grigg (Associate Director of Infrastructure and Services Planning, Campus and Community Planning). He conducted the Reference Panel on a guided tour of these facilities.
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Originally posted on the Rainwater Management community-of-interest in June 2009