Diego Maenza, B.A., M.Pl.

Heritage Planner

Diego Maenza is a Heritage Planner with LHC He holds a B.A. in Human Geography and Urban Studies from the University of Toronto and a Master of Planning degree from Dalhousie University. His thesis considered the urban morphological changes of railway infrastructure, landscapes, and neighbourhoods before and after the 1917 Halifax Explosion.  Diego is a heritage professional with two years of public sector experience in Alberta and Nova Scotia through team-based and independent roles. He is excited to build on his existing heritage planning and research experience as a part of the LHC team.