Marion LaRue, DIALOG Partner and architect, is passionate about creating environments that inspire people to take ownership of their health and wellbeing. Her area of commercial real estate design expertise includes sports, recreation, and public and institutional projects that align with her vision for healthier future generations. Marion is working on student residences and dining commons for Simon Fraser University, the Vivo for Healthier Generations recreation centre in Calgary, a student housing facility for North Island College on Vancouver Island, sports feasibility studies for the City of Calgary, and an aquatics/ice arenas addition for the Town of Edson in Alberta.
In a new article published today in The Globe and Mail, writer Barbara Balfour talks with Marion about the challenges and opportunities that commercial real estate faces today, Marion’s success in such a male-dominated field, the unique sacrifices she’s had to make over the years, and the advice she has for the next generation of women pursuing a career in the industry.
Read the full article at theglobeandmail.com.