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Re-opened in 2017, the Mah Society Building is the first Chinese Benevolent Society Building in Vancouver’s Chinatown to complete a full restoration. In this talk we will hear about the Mah Society’s history as well as the scope of rehabilitation and conservation work, the procurement process and planning for the future of the building. We will hear from Fred Mah, Mah Society President, and Project Manager James Weldon of JTW Consulting, along with trades who worked on the project. Re-opened in 2017, the Mah Society Building is the first Chinese Benevolent Society Building in Vancouver’s Chinatown to complete a full restoration. We will then visit the exterior of the site with Fred Mah and James Weldon.
Brown Bag Lunch and Learn: The Mah Society Building Rehabilitation Wednesday Oct 4, 12pm – 1:30pm
Chinese Cultural Centre Boardroom – 50 E Pender St.
Register HERE (walk ups welcome)
$15 or $9 (incl. tax) with a valid student ID (please phone our office for student tickets). Please note the Fall 2017 talk venues are at or near the project locations to view the sites. Each talk earns 2 Core LUs AIBC.