SPHTCS Board Members:
1) Harold D. Kalman,
Principal, Commonwealth Historic Resource Management Limited
(604) 734-7505 email@example.com
Hal is a heritage planner and a principal of Canada's first and largest heritage consulting firm. He is President of
the BC Association of Heritage Professionals, the BC member of the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, the former
chair of the Vancouver Heritage Commission, and a former board member of the Association for Preservation Technology.
2) Edward M. Lewin
Edward M. Lewin Law Corporation
Suite 315, 2233 Burrard St.
Vancouver, BC V6J
Phone: (604) 738-1466
Fax: (604) 738-1510
R. Bruce Macdonald, B.A. Sc. (Civil Engineering), P.D.P (School Teaching)
Principal, Living History Historical Research & Consultation
Vancouver Heritage Commission Sub-Committee (reviewing the heritage values of Vancouver's historic places)
1730 William Street, Vancouver, BC V5L 2R4
(604) 251-4222 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce received a major Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant at SFU to produce an innovative history
of Vancouver, "Vancouver: A Visual History," and works on Vancouver heritage issues. He has an abiding
interest in the unique aspects of Vancouver, and first wrote about the Hollow Tree in 1990.
4) Meg Stanley, BA (Honours History),
MA (Public History/Canadian History).
Historian, Commonwealth Historic Resource Management Limited
Friends of the City of Vancouver Archives, Member, City of Vancouver Archives Advisory Committee
Street, Vancouver, British Columbia
604 734 7505 email@example.com
Meg Stanley's work in the field of heritage
conservation focuses on the intersection of history and the environment, built and natural. Her publications include an article
about the Hollow Tree for Canada's national history magazine, The Beaver.
5) Lorne A. Whitehead, B.Sc. (Honours
Physics), M.Sc. (Low Temperature Physics), Ph.D. (Applied Physics), P.Eng. (British Columbia, Electrical Engineering)
Professor and Leader of Education Innovation, University of British Columbia
6224 Agricultural Road, Vancouver,
BC, V6T 1Z1
(604) 822-3075 firstname.lastname@example.org
In his research capacity, Lorne specializes in finding innovative solutions to technical problems, and in his administrative
responsibilities he employs the principles of innovation to help make organizational improvements.
6) Randolph A. Churchill, Ph.D.
Project Manager, Macdonald &
Lawrence Timber Framing Ltd.
1356 Ball Road, Cobble Hill, BC
(250 ) 743 - 8840
Randy coordinates complicated heavy timber design, construction and installation
7) Julian Dunster, B.Sc. (Forestry),
M.Sc. (Forestry), Ph.D., (Regional Planning and Resource Development)
Registered Professional Forester in British
Columbia (# 1708)
Professional Planner, with membership in the Canadian Institute of Planners and the Planning
Institute of British Columbia
Certified Arborist with the International Society of Arboriculture (PNW 089)
Registered Consulting Arborist - American Society of Consulting Arborists (RCA # 378)
Certified Tree Risk
Assessor # 1. PNW ISA and Lead Instructor in British Columbia
P.O. Box 109, Bowen Island, B.C. Canada. VON 1GO
(604) 947 - 0016 email@example.com
Julian has delivered lectures on his work all over the
world, with an emphasis on trees and environmental issues, conservation, and designs that will contribute to better environmental
awareness. He has served on several Boards of Directors, audit committees, and panels, and has considerable expertise with
non-profit groups in the environmental sector, helping them to develop strategies for promoting their goals, and deliver effective
critiques and messages. He has published several books and numerous articles.
8) Ian Green
(778) 898-9694 firstname.lastname@example.org
Greenheart is a world leader in developing, manufacturing and installing forest canopy walkways all
around the world. As such, his firm routinely finds practical methods for managing human safety
in civil engineering projects based in, on, and around large trees.
(Chair) Karen Jarvis B.A.P. (Bachelor Landscape Architecture),
Dip.T. (Forest Resources Management), RPF
Professional Forester, Campbell Jarvis Landscape
c/o Vancouver Heritage Commission
City of Vancouver
City Clerks Department
453 West 12th Avenue
Vancouver BC V5Y 1V4
Karen specializes in visual resource management / landscape assessment in both urban and forest settings.
She also serves in a volunteer capacity as a Commissioner with the Vancouver Heritage Commission, providing
staff and Council with input regarding heritage applications, policy and practice.
10) Gordon Macdonald
Conservator, Macdonald & Lawrence Timber Framing Ltd.
1356 Ball Road, Cobble Hill, BC
(250 ) 743 -
Gordon has 20 years of international experience in building conservation and complex timber structures.
11) Neil A. McPhail,
B.A.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering), M.A.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering), P. Eng. (British Columbia and Ontario, Mechanical Engineering)
Financial Engineering Manager, QuIC Financial Technologies Suite 1105, 1095 W. Pender St. Vancouver, BC Canada V6E 2M6
(604) 773-3486 email@example.com
At QuIC Neil manages a group of software engineers and mathematicians in the development of software for valuation and
risk analysis of complex financial instruments/portfolios. He is also actively consulting in the areas of advanced display
technologies, hybrid solar/electric day-lighting and GPS-controlled watercraft. Prior to QuIC, he was Vice President of Engineering
for BrightSide Technologies, a successful high-technology startup company purchased by Dolby Laboratories in April 2007.
12) Philip Robbins B.Ed. (UBC), ECIAD Diploma
in Fine Art (Honours), MA from the Royal College of Art (London)
Instructor, Emily Carr Institute
of Art + Design
1399 Johnston Street, Granville Island
Vancouver BC V6H 3R9
Philip’s work draws on his extensive experience in a range of materials and processes,
including metal, synthetics,
and ceramics. His work has shown in Canada and the UK. He is a former member of the Public Art
Advisory Committee for the City of Vancouver, and the District of North Vancouver.
13) Jon Scott, P.Eng. (Mech Eng - UBC)
development consultant - Self-employed
Unit #4, 7 East 6 Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V5T 1J3
Jon has worked in optical & mechanical product development for almost 30 yrs, and is inventor or co-inventor on
approximately ten patents.