Emma Abramowicz is a planner and senior project manager at ERA Architects. She holds a BAH in History from Queen’s University, and a Master of Planning from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson). Her prior experience includes public-sector heritage work in Ontario and Alberta, including heritage planning and urban design in the Town of Banff, Alberta.
Emma’s work centres on the identification and analysis of cultural heritage value, and its potential to drive creative development strategies. She leads the development of statements of cultural heritage value, thematic frameworks, and heritage parameters for redevelopment and adaptive reuse. She is enthusiastic about the potential for storytelling in the built environment, through conservation and multi-media interpretation.
Emma is a member of the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP).
- Toronto Metropolitan University — Master of Planning / Queen's University — Bachelor of Arts
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