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Procuring Change: Canadian Architect, August 2021 Issue

Is the architectural procurement process in Canada a subject for broader discussion and reform? Procuring Change in the latest issue of Canadian Architect discusses how changing the Request for Proposal (RFP) procurement process can create an “architectural renaissance.”

GEC’s site connectivity diagrams for several of the new City Edmonton supportive housing projects, as well as analysis diagrams for the Jasper Place Transit Centre, are featured.

In this site diagram for the City of Edmonton’s West Edmonton supportive housing project, our team indicates initial thoughts about the potential for the building to connect to its surroundings
Created as part of GEC Architecture’s bid to design the Jasper Place Transit Centre for the City of Edmonton, an analysis diagram shows the current infrastructural elements to be consolidated in the new centre.
Created as part of GEC Architecture’s bid to design the Jasper Place Transit Centre for the City of Edmonton, an analysis diagram shows the anticipated circulation paths around the new building.
Located at one of Edmonton’s busiest bus hubs, GEC’s finished Jasper Place Transit Centre includes a generous roof, shaped to welcome pedestrians and encourage consistent use of the facility.

To read the full article, visit https://www.canadianarchitect.com/practice-procuring-change/.