February 27th, 2019
8:00 - 10am - Exhibitor set-up
10am - 1pm - Networking and Lunch
1:15-6pm - Show doors open
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
South Building, Hall G
222 Bremner Blvd.
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WHY SHOULD YOU EXHIBIT?
With 1000+ attendees you can make face-to-face contact with Architects, Specification Writers, Developers, Contractors and other Design Professionals generating leads and project opportunities, meeting new potential customers and launching new products, guides, and marketing strategies. Not to mention as THE event in the industry, you will also be able to renew contact with existing and former clients and industry colleagues.
SEE WHAT PAST EXHIBITORS HAVE TO SAY…
“I have been going to the CSC Building Expo and No Frills Show since I started with my company 22 years ago and it is one of the best events that I attend over the year. Having a condensed show, with the key decision makers in attendance, provides great value to an exhibitor and we have benefited over the years from this. There is no time wasted and provides a fantastic avenue to create a new relationship, or allows individuals to “catch up” on new products and systems. There is no time wasted which is extremely important for all in attendance, whether it is an exhibitor, Specifier, or student.
Also, I must say the horseradish during the luncheon isn’t too bad either.”
W. R. Meadows, Inc.
“The CSC Building Expo is one of the best trade shows we exhibit in. The show attracts key Specification Writers, Architects and Engineers and is a great opportunity to discuss new technology or product updates with them all in one afternoon. This show is an excellent value. We especially like the Pinnacle Booth space. It allows us to create a dedicated area to for attendees to discuss project issues or concerns.”
Marla Cosburn, CTR
FOR A LIST OF PAST EXHIBITORS, CLICK HERE
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
CSC Building Expo is Canada’s best, longest running (41 years!) technical trade show. With over 200 Exhibitors, 3 OAA accredited Sessions covering everything from Well Standard to Building Science, a Luncheon and College Corner it is THE ESSENTIAL for architects, designers, developers, engineers, facility managers, specification writers, and construction professionals.
See what past attendees had to say…
'As a student attending my first CSC Building Expo recently, I very quickly discovered the value of the event while being engaged by organizers and attendees alike. Thanks to the guidance and networks of those individuals, I walked away with a job interview for what has proven to be my current role. Now I look forward to the Expo as an opportunity to learn about new products, stay on top of industry standards, and continue to connect with the network of people that make the industry what it is.'
“CSC Building Expo is a great show, with a varied group of Exhibitors. There is access to both new product and the industry usuals. The layout is spacious, you never feel like you’re standing on top of one another and you have great access to the Exhibitors. I highly recommend the Luncheon, the food is good and the Keynote speaker is usually excellent and relevant to the industry as a whole. The sessions were interesting and informative and I’ve been told that they are also accredited. They aren’t lying when they say it’s the best one day show in the industry.”
Earn OAA structured learning credits and other professional continuing learning credits
Session 1; The wELL STANDARD
Sandra specializes in high-performance buildings that promote occupant health and environmental sustainability. She has international consulting experience on this topic, including WELL, and indoor environmental quality (IEQ) projects in North America, as well as NABERS and indoor air quality assessments in Australia and Asia. Sandra has a background in academic research and was involved with the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Healthy Homes research initiative through the University of Texas at Austin, as well as the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Microbiology of the Built Environment projects through the University of Toronto, which both involved novel approaches to investigating the effects of building design and operation on IEQ and occupant health and wellbeing.
Session 2; The Building Envelope as a System – A Balanced Approach
CA RS Jamie Mckay, P.Eng., LEED Fellow, BECxP Building Sustainability and Envelope Commissioning Engineer Morrison Hershfield
Jamie is a Building Science and Sustainability Consultant at Morrison Hershfield Limited (MH), specializing in high performance Building Envelope design and Commissioning. He has worked for MH for over 18 years, starting in Vancouver, BC and then moving to Ottawa, ON in 2009. Jamie has acquired a wide range of knowledge in sustainable design and building science through his project experience at Morrison Hershfield, lecturing (US / Canada) and teaching (Carleton University, British Columbia Institute of Technology). His specialties include sustainable design, high performance building envelopes, Owner’s Advocacy, LEED Building Durability Planning and LEED V4 Building Envelope Commissioning. Jamie received his LEED Fellow designation in 2014 and was the Chair of the CAGBC Materials Technical Advisory Group (2017-2018 and member 2009-2018), and a member of the CAGBC Steering Committee of the Canadian Green Building Council (2017-2018). Jamie received his BECxProvider and CxA+BE accreditation from the University of Wisconsin in June of 2017.
CA RS Mark Lucuik, P.Eng., LEED AP BD&C, LEED Fellow Director of Sustainability Morrison Hersfhield
Mark is a practicing engineer who has been involved in the field of sustainability since the early 1990’s. Mark is a past long serving member of the Board of Directors of the Canada Green Building Council (past Vice-Chair), sits on the Board of the Athena Institute, and was a founding board member of the Ottawa Chapter of the CaGBC. Mark was past co-chair of the LEED Canada Steering Committee for the Canada Green Building Council, and was a past member of several CaGBC committees and task groups. Mark’s expertise in LEED, Building Envelopes, and the embodied material effects of building materials have allowed him to work on over one hundred green buildings in Canada and the United States. Mark helps design and construction teams achieve their green goals, including LEED, efficiently. Mark is a firm believer in the benefits of green construction, and the necessity of change to reflect our changing climate. Mark demonstrates these beliefs by considering environmental effects in all professional and personal decisions. Mark lives in a LEED Platinum house. Morrison Hershfield is a multidisciplinary North American engineering and management firm, providing services within the Transportation, Building, Municipal, Utilities and Telecommunications
SESSION 3 ; CONSTRUCTION LAW with Charles W. Skipper
After obtaining his law degree from Queen's University, Kingston, in 1989, and articling with the Ministry of Attorney General, Charles practiced commercial litigation at a major Toronto law firm, before moving to Fogler, Rubinoff LLP in 1996, where he continues to advise clients concerning the legal dynamics of construction and commercial disputes.
Charles' litigation practice covers a broad range of commercial and construction disputes, with an emphasis on construction liens, building contracts, professional liability, insurance defence, estate litigation, insolvency, shareholder disputes, remedies, injunctions, and general commercial advocacy, including Federal Court of Canada and Tax Court applications and appeals. Charles obtained his Master's Degree in Law (LL.M) (Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution) from
Osgoode Hall, York University in 1998, specializing in construction litigation issues. Charles attended at Harvard Law School in 2000 for formal PIL Negotiation training to better assist the clients he deals with on a regular basis – including business owners, contractors, and suppliers to the construction industry. Charles has been an active member of the Toronto Construction Association, delivering a number of papers and seminars through the Education Committee for the membership of the TCA and the Ontario General Contractors Association.
lUNCHEON 2019; Construction in today’s connected world
Joining previous Keynote Speakers such as Kathleen Wynne, Geoff Smith and Chris Adamkowski this year’s speaker is Dr. Rick Huijbregts, Vice-President, Strategy & Innovation at George Brown College.
Dr. Rick Huijbregts oversees strategic planning and partnership development to ensure George Brown College remains well positioned to evolve and adapt for the digital and rapidly changing future. He strives to advance community and industry innovation while providing students with relevant and hands-on learning opportunities through applied research and entrepreneurship.
Rick is responsible for shaping George Brown’s vision for 2030 and developing the corresponding business strategy. He leads the Registrar's Office, Marketing and Recruitment, Publishing, and the International Center. Rick is also responsible for Alumni Relations, Strategic Partnerships, Applied Research, Institutional Research, and Entrepreneurship.
Among his many career accomplishments so far, Rick spent 12 years with Cisco, most recently as Vice-President of Digital Transformation and Innovation at Cisco Canada. He was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 for his transformational work in municipal innovation in Canada. Rick is still also a frequent speaker and thought leader in matters of innovation, digital transformation, and Smart Cities and serves on various Smart City advisory boards such as Toronto, Markham, and Vaughan. Rick is a faculty at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design Executive Education where he focuses on Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, and Digital Transformation.
Before moving into his current role, Rick was an Executive-in-Residence at George Brown and Chair of the Building Automation Program Advisory Committee. In honour of his many contributions to the college, in 2017 he was granted an honorary Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management).
As VP, Digital Transformation and Innovation at Cisco Canada, Rick engaged in digitization and business development in many sectors, including education, health care, oil and gas, financial services and real estate. Prior to his VP role, Rick was General Manager for Cisco Canada's Smart + Connected Communities practice and he was Managing Director Americas, Internet of Everything (IoT) and Industry Solutions Acceleration. Before his time at Cisco, he was the Executive Director of the Center for Design Informatics at the Harvard Design School and was co-founder and CEO at Edificium, an internet-based construction collaboration platform.
Rick holds a Doctorate from Harvard University Graduate School of Design, a Master’s of Science from Delft University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management from the Tilburg Polytechnics College in the Netherlands.