Dan Eylon works on a broad range of heritage conservation and planning projects. He has experience working collaboratively on projects at various levels of government. Dan is outcome-oriented and speaks frankly to provide useful and timely advice. His capacity to find common interests is an asset when facilitating with stakeholders and securing heritage approvals. Dan is driven to make a meaningful contribution to the quality of urban development and heritage resource management.
He is a member of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals.