CSC Vancouver explores vertical transportation

October 2, 2017

On Thursday, October 12, the Vancouver Chapter of CSC[1] is organizing a meeting on “Elevators—Cutting Through the Jargon.” Held at Sandman Hotel[2] in Downtown Vancouver, the luncheon will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Ray DeMeyer (Vertech Elevator Services) will touch upon a variety of topics—from the various types of elevators and elevating devices available to relevant codes and regulations, differing and emerging technologies, and other unique elevator requirements one might encounter on a new or existing building project. One Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) learning unit is available for this event.

Register here[3] or fill-out this form[4] and fax it to +1(604) 321-6794. For more information, contact Vince Smith[5].

Endnotes:
  1. Vancouver Chapter of CSC: http://vancouver.csc-dcc.ca/img/content/VanChapter/Meeting%20Notices/2017-2018/CSC%20Luncheon%20Notice%20171012%20-%20Ray%20Demeyer-%20Elevators_.pdf
  2. Sandman Hotel: https://www.sandmanhotels.com/
  3. here: http://www.karelo.com/enter_res.php?&BID=212&Ev=17469
  4. form: http://vancouver.csc-dcc.ca/img/content/VanChapter/Meeting%20Notices/2017-2018/CSC%20Luncheon%20Notice%20171012%20-%20Ray%20Demeyer-%20Elevators_.pdf
  5. Vince Smith: mailto:vsmith@cloverdalepaint.com

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