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CSC Vancouver looks at EIFS

On Thursday, April 9, the Vancouver Chapter of CSC will examine the resurgence of exterior insulation and finish systems (EIFS) and the rainscreen concept.

BPI seeks nominations for Tony Woods Award and Hall of Fame

The Building Performance Institute (BPI) has opened up nominations for the 2015 Tony Woods Award, and is looking for inductees for the Industry Hall of Fame. The Tony Woods Award for Excellence in Advancing the Home Performance Industry recognizes individuals who have dedicated themselves to advancing the home performance industry.

Winners of Ontario architecture awards announced

This year’s Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) award-winners represent the best in architectural design and innovation. There were 175 submissions for the 2015 awards, including both Canadian and international projects designed by Ontario architects. Entries ranged from sustainable single-family homes to redevelopment projects of key cultural and civic destinations.

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