Mr. McGeough is the university architect at the University of British Columbia (UBC), where he is responsible for guiding the evolution of a vibrant physical environment that supports UBC’s mission. Mr. McGeough also teaches heritage conservation planning at the University of Victoria. Prior to joining UBC in 2007, Mr. McGeough was the senior heritage planner with the City of Vancouver’s Heritage Conservation Program, responsible for a broad range of conservation projects and for developing new heritage policies and processes. In particular, he is experienced in the rehabilitation and adaptive re-use of heritage buildings and infill development in historic contexts. A key component of this program involves working with multiple stakeholders to develop economically viable solutions for preserving heritage buildings. Mr. McGeough holds a Bachelor of Architecture from McGill University (1986) and a master’s degree in real estate development from Columbia University in New York (1992).