Date: Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Just one week left to apply for the Kitchener Virtual Consultative Sessions. Perfect for arts managers and other professionals in and near Kitchener with a capital project in mind! Sign up now for a one-on-one consultation with Randy Dalton, President of the Dalton Company and/or Bryn Jones, Senior Associate at WalterFedy. Topics include everything to do with building, renovating, managing and maintaining a capital project and creative space.
Two Dates Available!
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
About the Consultants
With over 30 years of experience in the building industry, Randy Dalton is the President of The Dalton Company and is the principal in charge of delivering projects for arts organizations using the company’s Alternative Approach to Building. Randy has experience managing high profile and complex projects, which require attention to detail and a thorough understanding of the unique needs of both arts and non-profit organizations. He possesses a complete knowledge of site operations and the management expertise to ensure that performing arts projects are efficiently and effectively executed.
Bryn Jones, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., is a senior associate and team leader for the asset and facilities management group with The WalterFedy Partnership and a Professor of Building Systems Engineering in the School of Engineering & IT at Conestoga College. Bryn has over 15 years of engineering experience in building systems engineering and asset management within the arts and public sectors. Bryn has collaborated with ArtsBuild Ontario for the past 6+-years working through, and helping develop, the Asset Planner for the Arts program, as well as the Creative Spaces Mentoring Network program.
Bryn works with client organizations and strategic partners to design and execute integrated asset management strategies from the ground up, as well as evolve currently in-place programs. Bryn specializes in facility condition assessments, data management, strategy development, and financial analysis to support decision-making and infrastructure capital spending for building owners and managers while balancing cost, profit, and risk.
Bryn’s overall goal is to educate building owners, managers and the next generation of building professionals to improve the success of capital projects.