CSC Toronto focuses on The Evolution of Building

October 4, 2017

On Wednesday, October 18, the Toronto Chapter of CSC[1] is hosting a daylong seminar on “The Evolution of Building” at St. Andrew’s Club & Conference Centre[2] in the city’s downtown.

Lyle Scott, P.Eng., LEED AP, managing principal at Footprint[3], will kick-start the conference with a presentation on the Ontario Building Code (OBC) SB-10 green standard. CSC past-president (and editorial advisor to Construction Canada) Keith Robinson, FCSC, RSW, LEED AP, associate of specifications at Dialog[4], will then speak about  the newest iteration of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.

In the afternoon, Steven Street, technical manager at Ontario WoodWork[5]s will present on “Growing Modern Wood Buildings.” Finally, Laverne Dalgleish, principal at Building Professionals[6] will talk about “Changes; the 2020 National Energy Code.” Click here[7] to download the schedule.

Participants can earn five Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) and Building Science Specialist of Ontario (BSSO) credits. Registration ends October 11. Sign up here[8]. For more information, e-mail the chapter’s Michelle Wood[9] or Neil Lougheed[10], the event’s chair.

  1. Toronto Chapter of CSC:
  2. St. Andrew’s Club & Conference Centre:
  3. Footprint:
  4. Dialog:
  5. Ontario WoodWork:
  6. Building Professionals:
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  8. here:
  9. Michelle Wood:
  10. Neil Lougheed:

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