2015 Case-in-Point Award Winners

2015 Case-in-Point Award Winners

Graduate students in the Department of City Planning at the University of Manitoba undertake Case-in-Points each year, involving a collaborative case study (by each student and a professional practitioner) conducted within the context of the Professional Planning Practice course. Especially notable Cases-in-Points are recognized through a Manitoba Professional Planners Institute (MPPI) Awards Program.

The 2015 winners are:

1st Place

Lucy Ramirez - Calgary's Centre City Cycle Trak Pilot Network: Moving from Plan to Action Blanka Bracic P. Eng, Transportation Engineer, Leader Active Transportation Projects |Liveable Street Division | Transportation Planning | The City of Calgary  

2nd Place

Gaelen Pierce – Rail to Trail Conversions: Rail to Trail Conversions - Lessons on Land Assembly and Community Support from the Rossburn Subdivision Trail Project Katy Walsh MCP, MCIP Planning Policy and Development |Province of Manitoba Ilse Ketelson  Secretary/Treasurer |Rossburn Subdivision Trail Association) Tom Lawless  Honorary Board Member |Rossburn Subdivision Trail Association)

Tie for 3rd

Krista Rogness – Not Just a Task to Check-Off: How community engagement has shaped the planning process for the CPR Yards Crossing - Arlington Bridge Solutions Project Susan Freig MCP, MCIP | Freig & Associates Adam Kroeker – Via Rail Union Station: Urban Planning for a Station at a Nexus Marcella Poirier MCP, BA Hons. | BridgmanCollaborative Architecture Wins Bridgman MAA, OAA, RAIC, B. Arch | BridgmanCollaborative Architecture  

Thanks to all the practitioners who participated both as collaborators and as jury members!  

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