Big Ideas: Everyday Counts! The Latest Technologies for Sustainable Architecture in Vancouver & Calgary
March 1, 2014 | Blog
InterCoast Building Solutions is delighted to bring to you a full day seminar featuring experts in building science on April 14 or April 15, 2014. The Symposium will examine the latest technologies for sustainable architectural design using advanced building envelope technologies including a focus on green roof technologies. Learn more about how to incorporate sustainable products into building while at the same time connecting with your peers.
The objective of the seminar is to engage you on the key design issues associated with sustainable buildings. If you are an architect, engineer, building owner, LEED AP professional, or a building designer you will find this seminar fascinating. These two days of intense learning, sharing and collaboration are hosted by our very own John Riley. You can connect directly with John via his LinkedIn profile.
Attending this seminar will earn you Educational Credits and at the end of the full day of fun learning you will possess a greater knowledge of how to incorporate GREEN CONCEPTS into your next project and gain 6 AIBC Core Learning Units.
Paul Kephart – President Rana Creek
Richard Hayden – Garden Roof Director, American Hydrotech
Bruce Duncan – Director International Business, American Hydrotech
Marjoline Auger – Garden Roof Manager – Hydrotech Membrane Corp
Randy Sharp – Principal Sharp & Diamond
Oscar Warmerdam – President – SemperGreen International
Les Yard – Technical Sales Representative – Dow Building Solutions
For more information on this extraordinary event and our enviable panel of speakers please visit our website and check out the information on Big Ideas Seminar. Sign Up now! Do not delay as places are limited. Register before March 31st and take advantage of a $20 discount just pay $129.00 Regular price is $149.00 price includes lunch and refreshments. The seminar will be recorded.
Seminars are taking place at the following central locations:
Monday April 14th 8.30am-4.00pm Holiday Inn, 4206 Mcleod Trail S.E., Calgary
Tuesday April 15th 8.30am-4.00pm Empire Landmark Hotel, 1600 Robson Street, Vancouver
Green Tip of the Week: Bike short distances instead of driving there is evidence to suggest you can burn between 500-600 calories cycling for 1 hour not to mention the benefits to your cardiac system when you cycle.
GET OUT OF YOUR CAR!
Cycle if you are going less than 3 miles to a meeting or work. You will feel better, the environment feels better and you aren’t spending any money on gas! Try it, you might find you actually like it!
Weekly Update: Check out our new InterCoast Building Solutions website it is full of useful information regarding our products and how we can help you to improve your designs and incorporate far more green initiatives in your planning.
Upcoming Events: Lunch and Learn sessions March 4th and 5th call us to learn more.
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