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Evolution of community ice rink design as a tool for physical and social interaction
Viktors Jaunkalns, Founding partner, MJMA Architects, Canada
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Operating models: Choose the right one for your pool
Gar Holohan, Founder and Executive Chairman of Aura Holohan Leisure Group, Ireland
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Economic sustainability: Optimising financial planning to get best value
Dr Stefan Kannewischer, CEO, Kannewischer Management, Switzerland
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Public Pool Development: The right order of decisions
Darryl Condon, Managing Principal, HCMA, Canada
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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A new approach for sustainable building concepts and innovative funding methods?
Mike Lawless, Director, LA Architects, United Kingdom
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Recreation Centre Development in Calgary
Andrew Tankard, Partner, GEC Architecture, Canada
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Combined facilities as catalysts for activating the neighbourhood
Mike Hall, Partner, FaulknerBrowns Architects, United Kingdom
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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GAME‘s approach to inclusive street sports communities and facilities
Mikkel Selmar, Head of Facilities, GAME, Denmark
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Why recreation facilities are so important in small communities
Mark Hentze, Vice President Recreation and Culture, HDR Architecture, Canada
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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Best practices from Sydney
Matthew McDonald, City Services Strategy Manager, City of Sydney, Australia
26th IAKS Congress - Cologne 2019
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