The Toronto Chapter is holding a dinner meeting to discuss mass timber structures. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 2, at the Toronto Skating Curling and Cricket Club from 5:15 p.m. Participants must sign-up before Friday, March 29.
The CSC’s 41st Building Expo is taking place on February 27. This year’s theme is construction, connectivity, and wellness. The event will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre’s south building from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
On October 2, the Toronto Chapter will have a dinner meeting at Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club. Paul Giangualano (BNE Contractors) will present on “Polished Concrete: Understanding, Specifying and Verifying.”
The Toronto Chapter will have a dinner meeting on September 11 from 5:15 p.m. at Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club. Mike Williams (RWDI) and Michelle Xuereb (Quadrangle Design) will be presenting on “Assessing and Designing for Resilience.”
On April 10, the Toronto Chapter of CSC will hold a dinner meeting in conjunction with Interior Systems Contractors Association (ISCA) of Ontario. Bob Mercer, FCSC, will make a presentation on “Industry Standards for Adhesive Application of Gypsum Board to Concrete.”
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