Canin Associates is thrilled to announce that its founder and president, Brian Canin, has been inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).
The AICP is the American Planning Association’s professional body which works with urban planners around the country to promote certification, ethical planning, professional development, and standards of practice. Induction into the AICP College of Fellows represents the organization’s highest honor. It is an award given to those whose careers have achieved the highest levels of professional practice, teaching, mentoring, research, public service, and leadership.
Brian Canin is an architect and urban planner, researcher, and leader with over 40 years of diverse community building and placemaking experience. With more than 100,000 residents living in Canin-designed projects, his work has had a profound impact on Florida’s built environment. He has also worked in 14 countries outside the US. Both locally and internationally, Brian has been a champion of traditional neighborhood design and smart growth. Throughout his career, he has acted as a trusted resource for regional planning efforts in Central Florida.
The Class of 2016 will be inducted into the AICP College of Fellows on April 3rd during the American Planning Association’s National Planning Conference in Phoenix.
- Brian Canin Inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners - March 1, 2016
- Our Winter Newsletter is Here! - December 15, 2015
- Lake Flores Brings New Urbanism to Southwest Florida - October 20, 2015
- A Dramatic Remodel with Minimal Structural Changes - August 20, 2015
- Our Summer Newsletter is Here! - July 23, 2015
- Alleys in Urban Design: History and Application - July 8, 2015
- Greg Witherspoon Announced as Chair of ULI Central Florida - July 2, 2015
- Canin Collection: Canin Micro Homes - June 25, 2015
- Canin Associates to Present at the 2015 Southeast Building Conference - June 18, 2015
- Canin Collection: Paseo Cottages - June 12, 2015