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Canada’s largest construction trade show coming December 4-6

Construct Canada, the country's largest building and construction conference and trade show, takes place at the Toronto Convention Centre South Building on December 4-6.

November 19, 2013   Canadian Consulting Engineer

Construct Canada, the country’s largest building and construction conference and trade show, takes place at the Toronto Convention Centre South Building on December 4-6.

Celebrating 25 years, the conference is held concurrently with the National GreenBuilding Conference, Concrete Canada, Renovator Expo and other specialist streams.

Over 130 seminars and presentations will be held for architects, engineers and contractors.

Here’s just a small sample of the seminars:

Wednesday, December 4

Construction Law Review: an Update on Risk Management, Building Contracts and Dispute Resolution (9 a.m.)

National Building Codes Updates (10.30 a.m.)

Mould and Building Science — the Latest Updates (1.00 p.m.)

Life in the Trenches: How Solar and Wind Energy Projects Really Work (or Don’t) (1.00 p.m.)

New Developments in BIM Project Planning and Execution (2.30 p.m).)

Thursday, December 5

Industrializing Construction: How Prefabrication is Dramatically Changing Construction As We Know It (9.00 a.m.)

Investigating the Safety and Performance of Mid-Rise Wood Buildings (9.00 a.m.)

Construction Bloopers: Learn How to Avoid them (10.30 a.m.)

Case Studies and Lessons Learned in Over 20 Years of Sustainable Design (10.30 a.m.)

Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV): Now You Know it’s a Green Building (1.00 p.m.)

The Manhattan West Platform: An Inside Look at One of North America’s Most Innovative Urban Renewal Projects. Presented by structural engineers Barry Charnish and Mike Hillcoat of Entuitive. (2.30 p.m.)

LED Lighting Solutions: Navigating the Maze (2.30 p.m.)

For more details and to register, click here.


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