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BUILDEX is about designing, building and managing real estate

MARCH 19 & 20, 2013

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WELCOME TO THE 7TH ANNUAL BUILDEX EDMONTON Thank you for joining us at Edmonton’s largest industry event of its kind with 2500+ professional atten­ dees from the Property Management, Architecture & Interior Design, and Construction & Renovation indus­tries. Delegates can visit 150+ exhibits on our tradeshow floor and attend 30+ industry leading semin­ars. It continues to be a great industry event that should not be missed. Now more than ever, personal, face to face interactions with clients & colleagues tend to be the excep­ tion rather than the norm. It’s vitally important to continue to pursue the human factor in our business dealings to ensure that we do not find ourselves in a situation entirely reliant on a 1-800 customer service line or online helpdesk when the inevitable challenges of our businesses present themselves. Networking events such as BUILDEX provide this opportunity and we are thankful for your support

www.buildexedmonton.com SHOW DIRECTOR Paul Maryschak

EVENT MANAGERS Hailey Chan Lucy Leng (Exhibit)

in continuing to make personal interaction an integral part of your business. The tradeshow floor has

EXHIBIT / SPONSORSHIP SALES

hundreds of new technologies and services for your everyday use now and in the future. Be sure to

Wolfgang Ortner Ben Carson

take a couple hours to explore the exhibits to discover tomorrow’s trends today. And, the BUILDEX seminar program continues to provide the highest standard of industry educational content with 30+ dynamic and informative sessions. We are confident there is something of value for everyone looking

REGISTRATION MANAGER Gillian Wright

to Network, Educate and Discover. We would like to extend a big THANK YOU to our exhibitors, sponsors, industry partners, speakers and everyone else who help make this event possible. We hope you enjoy your time at BUILDEX 2013.

BUILDEX Edmonton is about designing, building and managing real estate.

Steven Levy President of Informa Canada Mark Stephenson Vice-President of Informa Canada

EDMONTON OFFICE

Sincerely, Paul Maryschak Show Director

Tel: 780.423.5911 Fax: 780.423.5912

VANCOUVER OFFICE

Table of Contents Conference Schedule-at-a-Glance..........................................................................................................................................................5

Tel: 604.739.2112 Fax: 604.739.2124

Keynote Sessions................................................................................................................................................................................................7 Featured Speakers.............................................................................................................................................................................................9

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Exhibitor List – By Category.......................................................................................................................................................................12 Floorplan................................................................................................................................................................................................................14

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Exhibitor List – Alphabetical.....................................................................................................................................................................14 Industry Sessions..............................................................................................................................................................................................16 New / Green Product Showcase........................................................................................................................................................... 20 Thank You to our Sponsors....................................................................................................................................................................... 26

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SEMINAR SCHEDULE

SEMINAR STREAMS: PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GR GREEN

T U E S D AY, M A R C H 19 ROOM 107

8:30 AM

ROOM 108

T01 – Contract Management Planning and Implementation

ROOM 109

T02 – Real Estate Market Outlook 8:30am – 10:00am

8:30am – 11:30am

9:00 AM

ROOM 109A

T03 – Consumer Protection and Home Renovations – Understanding the Contractor’s Obligations 8:30am – 9:30am

9:30 AM

TRADESHOW OPEN 10:00AM – 4:00PM BALLROOM 101

BALLROOM 102

T04 – Neighbourhoods as a Function of Health

T05 – Efficiency in Construction: Quality Management System

8:30am – 10:00am

8:30am – 10:00am

T06 – Design for Workplace WellBeing – Beyond Fitness Centers and Ergonomics 8:30am – 10:00am

PM CO

PM

AD GR

CO

AD

10:00 AM T08 – Top 15 Rules for Selling Success

10:30 AM 11:00 AM

PM CO PD

10:30am – 12:30pm

T07 – Interior Design Keynote Panel: Trends in Office Design

T09 – Becoming a Pre-approved Supplier of SELECT Services

11:00am – 12:30pm

T10 – What App is this Anyway? 11:00am – 12:30pm

11:00am – 12:30pm

11:30 AM 12:00 PM

AD

PM AD CO PD

PM AD CO

CO

12:30 PM 1:00 PM

BOMA Lunch

T11 – Requests for Proposals

12:00pm – 1:30pm (Registration 11:15am) BALLROOM 104

1:00pm – 4:00pm

1:30 PM T16 – Leaking Buildings: Serious Liability and an Opportunity

2:00 PM

2:00pm – 3:30pm

T13 – Be an Effective Networker in T14 – Understanding Building the Age of Social Media Owner, Tenant and Contractor 2:00pm – 4:00pm Relations During a Green Retrofit

2:30 PM

T15 – Lighting – A Designer’s Perspective

T12 – Mould – Practical Management of a Complex Issue

2:00pm – 3:30pm

2:00pm – 3:30pm

2:00pm – 3:30pm

3:00 PM

PM CO

3:30 PM

PM CO GR

PM CO PD

PM AD CO PD

AD

PM CO

Meet & Greet Networking Reception 4:00pm – 5:00pm SEMINAR FOYER

4:00 PM 5:00 PM

W E D N E S D AY, M A R C H 20 ROOM 107

ROOM 108

8:30 AM

W01 – Getting It All Done – Managing An Unmanageable Workload

9:00 AM

8:30am – 10:30am

ROOM 109

W02 – Architectural Keynote Panel – Transit Oriented Development: Is Everyone on the Same Page?

TRADESHOW OPEN 10:00AM – 3:00PM

ROOM 109A

BALLROOM 101

W03 – Energy Efficiency Demystified 8:30am – 10:00am

8:30am – 10:00am

9:30 AM

PM CO GR

8:30am – 10:00am

W07 – First & Jasper Case Study 11:00am – 12:30pm

W08 – Energy Efficiency – The Details 11:00am – 12:30pm

W06 – Creating Star Performers –

CO

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: Credits are available from AAA, BOMI Canada, IDA and IDCEC. Continuing education forms will be available outside each seminar room.

PM AD CO PD

10:30 AM 11:00 AM

W05 – The Secrets To Using Color To Set The Mood In Any Room

8:30am – 10:00am AD CO

10:00 AM

BALLROOM 102

W04 – Building a Bid from the Ground Up: Understanding and Navigating the Modern Law of Bidding and Tendering

11:30 AM How to Get the Most Out of Others

W09 – Navigating Condominium Maintenance 11:00am – 12:30pm

AD

W10 – How Colour Trends Emerge & How To Spot What Colours Are Important To Your Customers 11:00am – 12:30pm

11:30am – 1:30pm

12:00 PM

PM AD CO

PM CO GR

PM CO

AD

12:30 PM 1:00 PM

PM AD CO PD

1:30 PM 2:00 PM 2:30 PM 3:00 PM

W16 – Edmonton Arena District 2:30pm – 3:30pm

W12 – Changes to the 2010 W13 – Asbestos!!? What You National Building Code: Preparing Should Know Before You Start for the Next Edition of the Alberta 2:00pm – 4:00pm Building Code

W11 – Solar Energy that Works in Western Canada

2:00pm – 4:00pm

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W15 – Redirecting the Silk Road of Curtain-Wall Systems

2:00pm – 3:30pm

2:00pm – 3:30pm

2:30pm – 4:00pm

PM AD CO

3:30 PM

W14 – Regenerative Energy Efficient Retrofits

PM CO GR

PM AD CO

PM CO

PM AD CO

PM CO GR

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SEMINAR STREAMS: PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GR GREEN

W02 – Architectural Keynote Panel – Transit Oriented Development: Is Everyone on the Same Page?

AD CO

Wednesday, March 20 • 8:30 – 10:00am • ROOM 108 [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] The City of Edmonton has experienced population growth over the years. This increase in population has put more demand on public infrastructure, specifically roads and transit. In an effort to meet the mobility demands of Edmontonians and in turn reduce the dependency on vehicles, the City of Edmonton is taking steps to improve the existing transit system through Transit Oriented Development (TOD) planning and policies. What makes TOD work? Why is it important to implement TOD success­ fully? How is the City promoting it and how are Developers building it? This panel will look at how the City is working with developers to enhance transit station areas and what some developers are proposing given these opportunities.

T07 – Interior Design Keynote Panel: Trends in Office Design

Erik Backstrom

Mark Hall

Tegan MartinDrysdale

Daryl Procinsky

Moderator: Dnyanesh Deshpande, Senior Planner, Urban Designer, planningAlliance Panelists: Erik Backstrom, Senior Planner, Transit Oriented Development Planning, City of Edmonton Sustainable Development Mark Hall, Executive Director, Blatchford Redevelopment Tegan Martin-Drysdale, Partner, RedBrick Real Estate Services Inc. Daryl Procinsky, Senior Partner, ONPA Architects

T02 – Real Estate Market Outlook Panel

PM

Tuesday, March 19 • 8:30 – 10:00am • ROOM 108 [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] What can we expect in the Edmonton and Alberta real REAL ESTATE OUTLOOK PANEL estate market over the next 2 years? Get an inside look at Edmonton’s real estate market sectors — office, industrial, retail and multiunit residential properties. Hear from industry experts as they explore what opportunities and threats face the Edmonton real estate market and gain insight into the trends and issues you need to understand. IN COOPERATION WITH

Peter Heys

Kathy Johnston Umbach

Carol Jones

Bradley Gingerich

Kelly Pawlik

Mark Swaenepoel

Jamie Topham

Moderator: Alex Thomson, Senior Vice President, Retail, WAM Development Group Panel: Multi-Unit Residential: Bradley Gingerich, Senior Vice President, CBRE Limited Industrial: Kelly Pawlik, Director, Industrial Leasing, Oxford Properties Group Office: Mark Swaenepoel, Senior Associate, National Investment Team, Colliers International Retail: Jamie Topham, Associate & Partner, Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton

Sharon Martens

Moderator: Andrew McCready, President, McCready Consultants Ltd. Panelists: Peter Heys, Associate, IBI Group (Toronto) Kathy Johnston Umbach, President of Interior Designers of Alberta & Senior Associate, Stantec Architecture Ltd. (Edmonton) Carol Jones, Principal, Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd (Vancouver) Sharon Martens, Principal, MartensGroup (Calgary)

W07 – First & Jasper Case Study

PM AD CO

Wednesday, March 20 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • ROOM 108 [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] Find out how First & Jasper became a shining example of a team approach that ensured the project would be completed on schedule, mindful of its budget, while fully leasing the office tower within five months of EPCOR moving out, at rental rates higher than its peer group.

Cory Wosnack

Stephen Boyd

Presenters: Cory Wosnack, Principal, Avison Young Stephen Boyd, Principal, Dialog

W16 – Edmonton Arena District Alex Thomson

AD

IN COOPERATION WITH Tuesday, March 19 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • ROOM 108 [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] Join this panel of interior designer experts to discuss SPONSORED BY how technology is impacting the workplace, how companies are implementing new space strategies and how change management is being addressed. Learn how these professionals worked with their clients to create a balance between the various space types used in office environments today and how our business and leisure spaces are blurring.

Andrew McCready

Dnyanesh Deshpande

KEYNOTE SESSIONS

PM AD CO MEDIA SPONSOR

Wednesday, March 20 • 2:30 – 3:30pm • ROOM 107 [ AAA=1.0 SD; BOMI=1.0 CPD; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] Anchored by a major new world class Sport, Entertainment and Event Venue, the Edmonton Arena District (“EAD”) will become an authentic, vi­ brant, mixed-use neighbourhood intrinsic to the growing success of our Downtown, and therefore to the health of our city and the Capital Region as a whole. Along with other urban initiatives, the EAD will build on the power­ ful momentum in our near-term urban development. Given its location at the nexus of current urban initiatives, the EAD will create links capable of tying together east to west and north to south in our urban core.

Bob Black

Presenter: Bob Black, Executive Vice President, Edmonton Arena Corp / Katz Group BUILDEX Edmonton • March 19 & 20, 2013

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SEMINAR STREAMS: PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GR GREEN

COURT STEVENS T01 – Contract Management Planning and Implementation

KEVIN LUST PM CO PD

Tuesday, March 19 • 8:30 – 11:30am • ROOM 107 [ AAA=3.0 CO; BOMI=3.0 CPDs ] This presentation will provide an overview of the best practi­ ces in Contract Management Planning and Implementation. This involves the understanding of specific planning and procurement activities including Project Scope Definition, Solicitation Planning and Process, Vendor Evaluation and Selection, Contract Award, Implementation, Monitoring and Court Stevens Evaluation. This presentation will include an overview of the following topic areas: • An Introduction to Basic Contract Law • Canadian Trade Agreements • Business Case Planning and Development • Project Scope and Contract Management Planning • Pricing Strategies • Market Identification • Risk Management • Solicitation Types and Planning • Vendor Evaluation • Pre-Award Discussions and/or Negotiations • Key Components of a Contract Statement of Work • Contract Monitoring Performance, Reporting and Evaluation Presenter: Court Stevens, Principal, Stevens Consulting Group Inc.

T11 – Requests for Proposals

PM CO PD

Tuesday, March 19 • 1:00 – 4:00pm • ROOM 107 [ AAA=3.0 CO; BOMI=3.0 CPDs ] One of the most widely used forms of solicitation is the Request for Proposal (RFP). This form of solicitation is used for situations such as product or service replacement, improving organizational effectiveness or problem identifica­ tion and resolution. The buyer has the need and the seller has the solution. This presentation will provide a synopsis of the planning and development of an RFP. This presentation will include an overview of the following topic areas: • Understanding the RFP Planning Framework • Understanding Requests for Information, Expressions of Interest and Qualifications • Developing and Preparing the RFP Requirements and Project Scope • Establishing Project Budget Options and Pricing Strategies • Understanding Risk Management Planning Requirements and Process • Understanding Performance Measurement and Quality Assurance • Establishing the Proposal Evaluation Criteria and Process • Finalizing the RFP Package • Establishing Proposal Submission Requirements Including Proposal Response Planning Factors, Format and Content • Establishing Proposal Presentation Requirements • Understanding the Importance of Establishing a Negotiation Strategy • The Key Elements of a Contract Statement (or Schedule) of Work • Guidelines to Debriefing Proponents Presenter: Court Stevens, Principal, Stevens Consulting Group Inc.

FEATURED SPEAKERS

W01 – Getting It All Done — Managing An Unmanageable Workload

PM AD CO PD

Wednesday, March 20 • 8:30 – 10:30am • ROOM 107 [ AAA=2.0 SD; BOMI=2.0 CPDs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs ] SPONSORED BY If you’re continually asked to get more done in less time…If your to-do list ends up with more items after a full day’s work than it had when you started…If your “in box” looks more like a “land­ fill”… you need this program. Kevin Lust The demands of today’s incredibly dynamic workplace stretch even the most effective producers. To keep your output at its highest and your stress at its lowest, join us for the “fastest 2 hours in training” — a session filled with ideas and action steps, how-to’s and what-to-do’s, and the inspiration to start practicing them right away. You will: • Discover the driving force behind all effective time management deci­ sions — and how knowing it can make your life a whole lot easier • Learn a simple way to select priorities from even the most complex lists of options. • Share the power of the LUST System for time, life, and money management. • Understand what using a daily planner really means — and why you need one. • Master the three questions effective people ask daily to help them stay focused and productive. • Decipher how your past influences your current decisions. • Recognize the truth about choices — and learn how to choose well Presenter: Kevin Lust, Founder, Lust Development Group Inc.

W06 – Creating Star Performers — How to Get the Most Out of Others

PM AD CO PD

Wednesday, March 20 • 11:30am – 1:30pm • ROOM 107 [ AAA=2.0 SD; BOMI=2.0 CPDs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs ] Think of the people who have made a real difference in your life. Was there a boss, teacher, band director, choir instructor, scout leader or athletic coach who influenced you? Was there someone who prompted you to do a little more than you thought you could do, reach a little further than you thought you could reach, or be a little more than you thought that you could be? You can be the person that brings out the best in others. Whether you are a man­ ager working with staff, a colleague working with your peers or an owner working with employees, the lessons learned in this program can help you be the person that others remember as the difference maker in their lives. With the powerful tips you will learn in this seminar, you’ll be able to: • Identify and eliminate procedures that stifle performance • Focus your most creative performers and make them more productive • Give feedback that motivates rather than irritates • Transform new hires quickly into positive contributors • Ease the “Burden of the Urgent” so your best performers can focus on what’s most important • Monitor performance without making enemies • Mentor your star performers without making them the “teacher’s pet” • Identify the characteristics of your future superstars Presenter: Kevin Lust, Founder, Lust Development Group Inc.

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W05 – The Secrets To Using Color To Set The Mood In Any Room

AD

Wednesday, March 20 • 8:30 – 10:00am • BALLROOM 102 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] Color is the most valuable tool you can use to set the mood in any design. Understanding how color, color contrast, and the elements of design work together to create mood is the key to being able to create rooms with mood and style. Kate Smith will explain how and why people react to color. You may be amazed to find that your color intuition has deep Kate Smith basis in research, history, and even culture, where one color can have vastly different meanings across societies. This overview of color messages and meanings will give you a new perspective on the general re­ sponses to color that can affect the color schemes you create. Then you will discover how color in a living space evokes mood and emo­ tion both consciously or unconsciously. Smith will show you how to over­ come the challenge of effectively using color and design to express a mood by understanding how viewers perceive and react to the overall scheme. You will learn how to incorporate psychology, physiology, meanings, and symbolism into your color schemes in a way that infuses your designs with feeling. You will leave the workshop with a thorough understanding of how to use color to set the mood along with a tips sheet that list the elements that cre­ ate the 8 moods most often requested by your clients. Presenter: Kate Smith, Color Expert, Author, Speaker, Chief Color Maven and President, Sensational Color (New York)

W10 – How Color Trends Emerge & How To Spot What Colors Are Important To Your Customers

AD

MEDIA SPONSOR

Wednesday, March 20 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • BALLROOM 102 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] Did you ever wonder how colour trends come about? You might be sur­ prised that when industry forecasters predict trends, colour is the last thing they look at not the first. Find out what comes before colour and why under­ standing the influences behind the trends is as important to your business as knowing the current colors. At the end of this seminar you will understand the three most important in­ fluences on trends and how those influences have translated into the colour important in today’s marketplace. The presentation will be a combination of a visually interesting PowerPoint presentation and interactive activities to engage the audience. Presenter: Kate Smith, Color Expert, Author, Speaker, Chief Color Maven and President, Sensational Color (New York) Biography: A childhood love of color turned into a fascination with the interaction of colors during college and then into a career of color trend forecasting and product development. Today, Kate Smith is President and Chief Color Maven at Sensational Color, a company that provides color knowledge and know-how to corporations in the home industry. Kate is an inspirational keynote speaker and seminar leader, blending color theory and psychology into entertaining and informative talks that bring color to life. With an approachable style and an ability to make complex ideas east to understand, Kate has the gift for inspiring others to find their own color confidence. Kate’s quotes, interviews and articles regularly appear in the media. She has been seen in House Beautiful, InStyle, Family Circle, Cosmopolitan, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, and many well-recognized publications. She has been on air any times including appearances on CBS Sunday Morning, the Christopher Lowell Show, and Great Day Houston. Kate is a member of the Color Marketing Group.

T08 – Top 15 Rules for Selling Success

PM AD CO PD

Tuesday, March 19 • 10:30am – 12:30pm • ROOM 109 [ AAA=2.0 SD; BOMI=2.0 CPDs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs ] Why is it that some salespeople work hard and struggle for every victory, while others seem to consistently, and almost effortlessly, uncover new opportunities and close sales? What if you knew the secrets used by the world’s most successful salespeople? This seminar will uncover 15 rules that will change how you Randy Hnatko think and feel about sales, increasing your selling success. What you will learn: • How to conduct yourself in selling situations so you get orders or get out. • How to control the selling process by directing your prospect’s behaviour. • Why prospect’s lie and what questions will uncover the truth you need. • When it’s wrong to do research or prepare a proposal a prospect asks for. • Why jumping to do a favour for a customer spoils your relationship. Presenter: Randy Hnatko, President, Trainwest Management and Consulting Inc.

T13 – Be an Effective Networker in the Age of Social Media

PM AD CO PD

Tuesday, March 19 • 2:00 – 4:00pm • ROOM 109 [ AAA=2.0 SD; BOMI=2.0 CPDs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs ] Effective networking can increase your performance and help you maximize sustainable revenue and profits, but through our increasing dependency of technology one important aspect of networking is starting to become over­ looked — the Face-to-Face interaction. The Age of Social Media has started a myth that the Face-to-Face interaction is no longer necessary or effective in growing your business — Nothing can be farther from the truth. In this session we will discuss the fundamental difference between mar­ keting and prospecting and explore the limitation Social Media platforms (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook etc.) have on growing our business. Furthermore we will look at how we can balance our networking activities — from Social Media to Networking Events — and what we can do to actively increase our referrals. Presenter: Randy Hnatko, President, Trainwest Management and Consulting Inc. Biography: Randy Hnatko is President of Trainwest Management and Consulting, a Sales and Management Training and Consulting organization affiliated with the Sandler Training Organization. Randy has over 30 year’s senior business experience, and is a Trainer, Speaker, Author and Consultant to domestic and international companies. He is a multiple award winner in the Sandler organization and is the recipient of their 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011 Canadian Franchisee of the Year award.

See you again in 2014 MARCH 18 & 19, 2014 EDMONTON EXPO CENTRE, NORTHLANDS

FOR EXHIBIT INFO: Wolfgang Ortner 403.241.1088 – wolfgang.ortner@informacanada.com or Ben Carson 780.423.5911 ext. 62032 – ben.carson@informacanada.com

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EXHIBITOR LIST – BY CATEGORY ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS Allmar.................................................................424 MyGuard Distribution........................................736 SALTO Systems...................................................301

ACOUSTICAL MATERIALS & PANELS Western Louiseville Fiberboard.........................605

ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE OR METALS Allmar.................................................................424

Magnaboard.......................................................735 McGregor & Thompson Hardware......................627 Mira Timber Frame.............................................708 Mitten – Premium Exterior Building Products....724 Premiere Woodworking Ltd...............................302 Profast 1996 Ltd.................................................609 PROTECTO WRAP COMPANY...............................728 Roxul Inc.............................................................635 Smart Fix Asphalt...............................................414 Tri-tex Co. Inc.....................................................709 Western Louiseville Fiberboard.........................605 Westmount Store Fixtures.................................304

DOORS

GUTTER

Cascadia Windows.............................................308

Englert Inc..........................................................713

EDUCATION

HOME AUTOMATION / LIGHTING CONTROL

Alberta Masonry Council....................................319 BOMA Edmonton................................................505 Digital School.....................................................316 IFMA: Northern Alberta......................................329 Real Estate Institute of Canada..........................315 Safety Codes Council..........................................534

ELECTROSTATIC PAINTING

COATINGS/PAINTS/SEALANTS/ FINISHES

Venger Group.....................................................106

Alberta Masonry Council....................................319 BOMA Edmonton................................................505 Construction Specifications Canada (CSC).........328 IFMA: Northern Alberta......................................329 Real Estate Institute of Canada..........................315

SuperPro Coatings Ltd........................................733

ENERGY CONSERVATION / MANAGEMENT

BATH HARDWARE/BATHTUBS

CONCRETE PRODUCT/SERVICES

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc.........................................501 Edmonton Bath Products...................................313

Eneray Sustainable Structures Inc.....................717 Poly-Mor Canada Inc..........................................528

Albrite Lighting Solutions..................................412 ATCO EnergySense..............................................334 Collicutt Energy Services Corp............................427 Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions [E3S]....530 Power EcoSystems Inc........................................633 Skyfire Energy....................................................429 Smart Energy Plus..............................................326

BUILDING AUTOMATION/ SERVICES/MAINTENANCE

CONSTRUCTION

ENGINEERING

Bell Mobility Inc.................................................513

Lerch Bates Inc...................................................336

CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

EQUIPMENT RENTAL & SALES

Cansel.................................................................405 Spatial Technologies..........................................103

David Morris Fine Cars........................................613 Driving Force......................................................500 Dyson Canada Ltd...............................................618 Mercedes-Benz Canada......................................613 Nissan Commercial Vehicles (Nissan Canada)....525 Sharpline Print Solutions...................................305

ASSOCIATION

Fire Protection Inc..............................................419

BUILDING ENVELOPE Acrytec Panel Industries....................................616 Brock White Canada...........................................516 Canam................................................................425 Ener-Spray Commercial Contracting..................700 Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions [E3S]....530 Garland Canada Inc............................................416 Roxul Inc.............................................................635 Shippers Supply Inc............................................725

BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLY Alberta Sweeprite..............................................532

BUILDING MATERIALS / SUPPLIES Arxx Building Products Inc.................................732 Bamboo Innovations............................................99 Bitzer Canada.....................................................729 Brock White Canada...........................................516 C.R. Laurence Co., Inc.........................................501 Can-Cell Industries Inc.......................................518 Castle Rock Metal Buildings...............................704 Custom Building Products Canada.....................401 DuRock Alfacing International Ltd.....................625 EasyRock.............................................................300 EcoCladding........................................................730 Energy Wall & Building Products.......................314 Fox Blocks...........................................................420 James Hardie Building Products........................619 Lowe’s Canada....................................................600

COMMUNICATIONS Bell Mobility Inc.................................................513 TigerTel Communications Inc.............................420

CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS/ SERVICES Bailey Metal Products Limited...........................720 Bitzer Canada.....................................................729 DDL Group..........................................................637 I-XL Industries Ltd..............................................521 Magnaboard.......................................................735 Blacktop Paving Inc............................................512 Castle Rock Metal Buildings...............................704 Devlin Construction Ltd......................................433 Durabond Products Limited...............................435 Multivista...........................................................519 SiteDocs Safety Corp..........................................606 Unistrut Canada.................................................607

Building Technologies........................................503

HVAC PRODUCTS & SERVICES Hydronic Agencies..............................................515 Power EcoSystems Inc........................................633 Prime Boiler Services..........................................417 Vets HVAC Services.............................................320

INSULATED CONCRETE FORMS Beaver Plastics/LOGIX ICF...................................413

INSULATION Beaver Plastics/LOGIX ICF...................................413 Can-Cell Industries Inc.......................................518 Metl-Span LLC....................................................612

JANITORIAL / CLEANING PRODUCTS & SERVICES GDI Integrated Facility Services.........................608 SCA Tissue North America..................................507 Unisource Canada Inc.........................................107

KITCHEN CABINETS AG Woodcrafting Inc..........................................327

LANDSCAPE & GARDEN ACCESSORIES Eagle Lake Professional Landscape Supply........721

FIXTURES / FAUCETS / SINKS

LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT

Unisource Canada Inc.........................................107

Grounds Guys Landscape Management Inc.......509 Urban Edges.......................................................711

FLOORING Buckwold Western.............................................332

FLOORING – OTHER

LIFE SAFETY / SAFETY EQUIPMENT

Basement Systems Edmonton 1996 Inc.............105 Green Pro systems Inc........................................703

Alberta Safety and Environmental Services......418 Fire Protection Inc..............................................419 Gasonic Instruments Inc.....................................526 Head to Toe Safety Ltd.......................................707 Innovative Fall Protection..................................407 Levitt-Safety......................................................330 Pro-Bel Enterprises Limited...............................602 Safety Codes Council..........................................534 SiteDocs Safety Corp..........................................606

AG Woodcrafting Inc..........................................327

GOVERNMENT

LIGHTING

DÉCOR Greenjeans Interiorscape...................................325

Citizenship & Immigration Canada....................706 Public Works and Government Services Canada.............................................................726

DECORATIVE CONCRETE

GRAFFITI REMOVAL

Polished Concrete Services Inc...........................335

Goodbye Graffiti Edmonton...............................517

Albrite Lighting Solutions..................................412 Cool Fin LED........................................................321 RC Lighting.........................................................731 Shippers Supply Inc............................................725 Mission LED........................................................426 VLB Lighting Inc.................................................341

CONTRACTOR OR DEVELOPER Advanced Remediation Solutions Inc................102 CanCom Holdings Ltd.........................................317

COUNTERTOPS

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CENTIMARK LTD..................................................604 Julian Tile...........................................................400 Maxxon Canada..................................................421 Polished Concrete Services Inc...........................335

FOUNDATIONS

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LOCK SYSTEMS

RECRUITING

Telsco Security Systems Inc................................104

SALTO Systems...................................................301

Hays Specialist Recruitment Canada........Job Board

SIDING

MARKETING Hays Specialist Recruitment Canada........Job Board

PAINTS & FINISHES Benjamin Moore & Co.........................................631

PESTS/ANIMAL CONTROL Active Pest Solutions..........................................743

PRINTING – LARGE FORMAT

Rakia Galt...........................................................737

RENOVATION / RESTORATION Advanced Remediation Solutions Inc................102 Lenmak Exterior Innovations.............................310

Koch Ford Lincoln Sales......................................322 Mercedes-Benz Canada......................................613

Mitten – Premium Exterior Building Products....724

Nissan Commercial Vehicles (Nissan Canada)....525

SIGNAGE

WASTE MANAGEMENT

Sign-A-Rama (Edmonton)..................................101

City of Edmonton, Waste Management Services...........................................................701

SOFTWARE

ROOFING Englert Inc..........................................................713 Garland Canada Inc............................................416

ROOFING PRODUCTS Eagle Lake Professional Landscape Supply........721

Waste Management of Canada..........................428

Autodesk Canada Inc................Bistro and Wine Bar Cansel.................................................................405

WATERPROOFING

SOLAR SYSTEMS

Basement Systems Edmonton 1996 Inc.............105

Skyfire Energy....................................................429

InterWrap Inc.....................................................524

STEEL BUILDING SYSTEMS

PROPERTY/ASSET MANAGEMENT

Pro-Bel Enterprises Limited...............................602

Canam................................................................425

ROOFING SERVICES

Yorkton Group International Ltd........................ 741

CENTIMARK LTD..................................................604

TILE & TILE / STONE PREPARATIONS

PUBLISHING

Ener-Spray Commercial Contracting..................700

Sharpline Print Solutions...................................305

Driving Force......................................................500

PROTECTO WRAP COMPANY...............................728

WINDOW COVERINGS / TREATMENTS Ace Clear Inc.......................................................715 K & F Rollshutter Mfg.........................................702

WINDOWS / GLASS / MIRRORS

Ted’s Quality Roofing Inc....................................739

Julian Tile...........................................................400 K2 Stone.............................................................718

Alberta Construction Magazine (JuneWarrenNickle’s Energy Group)....................................614

SECURITY SYSTEMS

TOOLS

Western Living Magazine.........Bistro and Wine Bar

Building Technologies........................................503

Spatial Technologies..........................................103

Sierra Pacific Windows.......................................302

RAIN SCREENS

Contava..............................................................331

VEHICLE

WINDOWS SCREENS

Acrytec Panel Industries....................................616

MyGuard Distribution........................................736

David Morris Fine Cars........................................613

Talius..................................................................734

K & F Rollshutter Mfg.........................................702

All Weather Windows Ltd..................................404 Cascadia Windows.............................................308 Durabuilt Windows & Doors...............................506

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COMPANY WEBSITE BOOTH#

Ace Clear Inc.

www.aceclear.com

Acrytec Panel Industries

www.acrytecpanel.com

616

Active Pest Solutions

www.activepest.ca

743

Advanced Remediation Solutions

www.mouldsolutions.ca

102

AG Woodcrafting Inc.

www.agwoodcrafting.com

327

Alberta Construction Magazine (JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group)

www.albertaconstructionmagazine.com 614

Alberta Masonry Council

www.albertamasonrycouncil.ca

319

Alberta Safety and Environmental Services

www.aseservices.ca

418

Alberta Sweeprite

www.albertasweeprite.ca

532

Albrite Lighting Ltd.

www.albritelighting.com

412

All Weather Windows Ltd.

www.allweatherwindows.com

404

Allmar / Waco

www.allmar.com

424

Arxx Building Products Inc.

www.arxx.com

732

ATCO EnergySense

www.atcoenergysense.com

Autodesk Canada Inc.

www.autodesk.com

Bailey Metal Products Limited

www.bmp-group.com

720

Bamboo Innovations

www.dead-bolt.ca

99

Basement Systems Edmonton

basementwaterproofingedmonton.com

105

BASF Canada

www.walltiteeco.com

Beaver Plastics

www.beaverplastics.com

601 1

Bell Mobility Inc.

715

334 Bistro & Wine Bar

513

Benjamin Moore & Co. Limited

www.benjaminmoore.com

631

Bitzer Canada

www.bitzer.ca

729

Blacktop Paving Inc

www.blacktoppavinginc.ca

512

BOMA Edmonton

www.bomaedmonton.org

505

Brock White Construction Materials

www.steels.com

516

Buckwold Western

www.buckwold.com

332

Building Technologies

www.buildingtechnologies.com

503

C.R. Laurence Co., Inc.

www.crlaurence.com

501

Canam

www.canam-construction.com 425

Can-Cell Industries Inc.

www.can-cell.com

518

CanCom Holdings Ltd.

www.cancomdevelopment.com

317

Cansel Survey Equipment Inc.

www.cansel.ca

405

Cascadia Windows

www.cascadiawindows.com

Castle Rock Metal Buildings

www.castlerockltd.com

704

Centimark Ltd.

www.centimark.com

604

Citizenship & Immigration Canada

www.cic.gc.ca

706

City of Edmonton Commercial

www.edmonton.ca

701

Collicutt Energy

www.collicutt.com

427

Contava

www.contava.com 331

Cool Fin LED

www.coolfinled.ca

Custom Building Products Canada

edmonton.csc-dcc.ca www.custombuildingproducts.com

David Morris Fine Cars

www.dmfc.ca

DDL Group

www.ddlgroup.net

Devlin Construction Ltd.

www.devlinconstruction.com

1

413

www.mobilebusiness.bell.ca/solutions/push-to-talk

Construction Specifications Canada (CSC)

1

1

308 1

321

1

BOOTH 601 BOOTH 513

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COMPANY WEBSITE BOOTH#

Edgewood Matting

www.edgewoodmatting.com

401

Edmonton Bath Products

www.edmontonbathproducts.com

313

613 1

Ener-spray Systems Inc.

www.ener-spray.ca

700

637

Eneray Sustainable Structures Inc.

www.eneray.ca

717

433

Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions [E3S]

www.energyenvelope.ca

530

www.energywallsystems.com

314

328

100

Digital School

www.digitalschool.ca

316

Energy Wall & Building Products

Dortfur Inc.

www.dortfur.com

309

Englert Inc.

www.englertinc.com

713

www.fireprotectioninc.com

419

Driving Force Vehicle Rentals, Sales & Leasing

www.drivingforce.ca

500

Fire Protection Inc.

Durabond Products Limited

www.durabond.com

435

Fox Blocks

www.foxblocks.com

620

Durabuilt Windows & Doors

www.durabuiltwindows.com

506

Garland Canada Inc.

www.garlandcanada.com

416

DuRock Alfacing International Ltd.

www.durock.com

625

Gasonic Instuments Inc.

www.gasonic.com

526

Dyson Canada

www.dysonairblade.com

618

GDI Integrated Facility Services

www.gdiservices.ca

608

Eagle Lake Landscape Supply

www.eaglelaketurf.com

721

Goodbye Graffiti Edmonton

www.goodbyegraffiti.com

517

EasyRock

www.easyrock.biz 300

Green Pro Systems Inc.

www.greenprosystems.com

703

Greenjeans Interiorscape

www.greenjeansinteriorscape.ca

325

EcoCladding ---

730

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COMPANY WEBSITE BOOTH#

TRADESHOW HOURS:

TUESDAY 10:00AM – 4:00PM WEDNESDAY 10:00AM – 3:00PM

BOOTH 613

BOOTH 505

Lerch Bates Inc

www.lerchbates.com

Levitt-Safety

www.levitt-safety.com 330

336

Lowe’s Canada

www.Lowes.ca

Magnaboard

www.gomagnaboard.ca 735

Maxxon Canada

www.maxxon.ca

421

McGregor & Thompson Hardware

www.mcgregor-thompson.com

627

Mercedes-Benz Canada

www.mercedes-benz.ca

Metl-Span LLC

www.metlspan.com

613 1

Mira Timber Frame

www.miratimberframe.com

708

Mission LED

www.missionled.com

426

Mitten Inc.

www.mittenvinyl.com

724

Multivista

www.multivista.com 519

MyGuard Distribution

www.myguard.ca

736

Nissan Commercial Vehicles (Nissan Canada)

http://ncv.nissan.ca

525

Polished Concrete Services Inc.

www.concretebydesign.ca

335

Poly-Mor Canada Inc.

www.poly-mor.ca

528

Power EcoSystems Inc.

www.powerecosystems.com

Premiere Woodworking Ltd.

www.premierewoodworking.ca

302

Prime Boiler Services

www.primeboiler.com

417

Pro-Bel Enterprises Ltd.

www.pro-bel.ca

602

Profast 1996 Ltd

www.profast.ca

609

Protecto Wrap Company

www.protectowrap.com

728

600

612

633 1

Public Works and Government Services Canada www.buyandsell.gc.ca

726

Rakia Galt

www.rakiagalt.com

737

RC Lighting

www.rclighting.ca

731

Real Estate Institute of Canada

www.reic.com

315

Roxul Inc.

www.roxul.com

635

Safety Codes Council

www.safetycodes.ab.ca

534

Salto Systems Inc.

www.saltosystems.ca

301

SCA Tissue North America

www.tork.ca

507

Sharpline Print Solutions

www.sharpline.ca

305

Shippers Supply

www.shipperssupply.com

725

Sierra Pacific Windows

www.sierrapacificwindows.com

302

Sign-A-Rama (Edmonton)

www.edmontonsignarama.com

101

SiteDocs Safety Corp

www.sitedocs.com

606

Skyfire Energy

www.skyfireenergy.com

429

Smart Energy Plus

www.smartenergyplus.com

326

Smart Fix Asphalt

www.smartfixasphalt.ca

414

Spatial Technologies

www.spatialtechnologies.ca

103

SuperPro Coatings Ltd.

www.superprocoatings.com

733

COMPANY WEBSITE BOOTH#

Talius

www.talius.com 734

Grounds Guys Landscape Management Inc.

www.groundsguys.ca

Ted’s Quality Roofing Inc.

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Hays Specialist Recruitment Canada

www.hays.ca

Job Board

Telsco Security Systems Inc.

www.telsco.com

104

Head To Toe Safety

www.headtotoesafety.com

707

Tigertel Communications Inc.

www.tigertel.com

420

Hydronic Agencies

www.hydronicagencies.com

515

Tri-tex Co. Inc.

www.tritex.com

709

IFMA: Northern Alberta

www.ifma-nac.org

329

Unisource Canada Inc.

www.unisource.ca

107

Infinitec Manufacturing

www.infinnitec.ca

431

Unistrut Canada

www.unistrutconstruction.com

607

Innovative Fall Protection

www.innovativefallprotection.com

407

Urban Edges

www.urbanedges.ca

711

InterWrap Inc.

www.interwrap.com/titanium

524

Venger Group

www.vengergroup.com

106

I-XL Industries Ltd.

www.ixlgroup.com

521

Vets HVAC Services

www.vetssheetmetal.com

320

James Hardie Building Products

www.jameshardie.com

619

VLB Lighting Inc.

www.vlblighting.com

341

Julian Tile

www.juliantile.com

400

Waste Management of Canada

www.wm.com

K & F Rollshutter

www.rollshutter.ca

702

Western Living Magazine

www.westernliving.ca

K2 Stone

www.k2stone.ca

718

Western Louiseville Fiberboard

www.wlfgroup.ca

605

Koch Ford Lincoln Sales

www.kochford.com

322

Westmount Store Fixtures

www.westmountstorefixtures.com

304

Lenmak Exterior Innovations

www.lenmak.com

310

Yorkton Group International Ltd.

www.yorktongroup.com

741

BUILDEX Edmonton • March 19 & 20, 2013

509

1

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739

428 Bistro & Wine Bar

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INDUSTRY SESSIONS

SEMINAR STREAMS: PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GR GREEN

T06 – Design for Workplace Well-Being – Beyond Fitness Centers and Ergonomics

T U E S D AY, M A R C H 19 T03 – Consumer Protection and Home Renovations — Understanding the Contractor’s Obligations

PM CO

Tuesday, March 19 • 8:30 – 9:30am • ROOM 109 [ AAA=1.0 SD; BOMI=1.0 CPD ] The Fair Trading Act is consumer protection legislation that creates special obligations for home renovation contractors in Alberta. These requirements apply to any contract where the consumer pays a deposit before the work starts. This seminar is directed towards renovation contractors who want to ensure they are in full compliance with the Act and who want to differentiate their business from competitors who do not comply with the law. The sem­ inar will highlight licencing, the security deposit paid to the Director of Fair Trading, and required wording in written contracts. Presenter: Philip Carson, Partner, Miller Thomson LLP

T04 – Neighbourhoods as a Function of Health

Tuesday, March 19 • 8:30 – 10:00am • ROOM 109A [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] This presentation addresses the issues of housing needs and health care. It offers a holistic and integrated solution that is rooted in human settlements as sustainable and resilient ecosystems, designed to optimize quality of life and life potential. Imagine an ideal neighbourhood ecosystem that is liveable and inclusive, accommodating residents of all ages. What elements are present in this eco­ system? How does its design influence the physical, mental, and emotional health, development, and life potential of its residents? How does it impact the challenges of increasing urbanization, an aging population, and the frac­ turing of social cohesion? Now, more than ever, it is imperative that the sustainable development dialogue expands beyond environmental wellbeing to include human and social wellbeing. We can create neighbourhoods that cultivate healthy indi­ viduals, families, and communities and result in healthier economies at both the micro and macro levels. The design for these living environments emer­ ges from a deep, grounded view and understanding of human life and the integral needs of human beings. Presenters: David Faber, Community Leader and Strategic Planning Consultant, VisiV Inc. – Creative Solutions to Complex Problems Laura-Belle Robinson, Consultant, Place Shaping

T05 – Efficiency in Construction: Quality Management System

CO

Tuesday, March 19 • 8:30 – 10:00am • BALLROOM 101 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] Operational excellence required in today’s ever evolving and complex Construction Management Industry can be achieved by adapting a simple mechanism of ‘plan-execute-check-proceed’; namely a Quality Management System. Historically Quality Management Systems have been developed spe­ cifically for the Production Industry that operates in standardized environ­ ment. For suitability to a dynamic Project-based Construction Management/ Contracting environment, a Quality Management System needs to lend Consistency to Operations whilst permitting Flexibility necessary to ensure Customer satisfaction by addressing the specific needs of each Customer location and industry served. Consistency can be achieved by implementing enterprise wide standardization for the key work processes. And Flexibility can be achieved by providing baseline criteria for execution and operational guidance to operations. Presenter: Neil Solankurkar, Quality Process Manager, Graham Group Ltd.

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Tuesday, March 19 • 8:30 – 10:00am • BALLROOM 102 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] The sustainability movement has lead to a new awareness of how to design buildings to be more sustainable. But what are we doing for the occupant? True, greener buildings are healthier for the occupant with better lighting, more access to natural daylight, reduced exposure to toxins and increased fresh air. But that’s not enough. Sitting stagnantly at a desk staring at a com­ puter all day is killing us faster than anything else.

Kay Sargent

AD GR

AD

Sue Schmidt

Presenters: Kay Sargent, Vice President Architecture, Design and Workplace Strategies, Teknion Sue Schmidt, Well-Being Design Leader, Healthways

T09 – Becoming a Pre-approved Supplier of SELECT Services

PM AD CO

Tuesday, March 19 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • ROOM 109A [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) acquires Construction, Architectural and Engineering services as well as related Maintenance and Consulting services on behalf of other federal government departments and agencies. For projects of estimated value of up to $78,500 for Consulting and $100,000 for Construction, PWGSC uses SELECT, a data­ base of approved suppliers to invite firms to bid on Real Property Contracting opportunities. Companies can apply to register in the database by providing company information related to trades and specialties, licences and com­ pleted projects. The presentation will address how the database is used and the application process. Presenter: Rita Brown, Manager, Public Works and Government Services Canada

T10 – What App is this Anyway?

CO

Tuesday, March 19 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • BALLROOM 102 [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] There are four competing operating systems for the dozens of smart phones and tablets that claim to be the answer to designer and builder prayers in the field. The presenter, an experienced architect now working for one of Canada’s largest builders, has monitored these four operating systems and key hardware for the past four years to identify the most cost and time ef­ fective solutions for the design and construction industry. Presenter: Brian Palmquist, Director, Quality, Ledcor Construction Limited

T12 – Mould – Practical Management of a Complex Issue Tuesday, March 19 • 2:00 – 3:30pm • BALLROOM 102 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] Mould issues become more difficult with time and with in­ adequate response due to misinformation. Our session will explore construction and building management practices to help prevent and respond to indoor fungal contamination. Attendees will hear some real life problems and solutions from recent studies. Participants will gain practical knowledge on how to manage mould in the workplace and more specifically during construction projects.

PM CO

Mike Thomson

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INDUSTRY SESSIONS

SEMINAR STREAMS: PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GR GREEN

T14 – Understanding Building Owner, Tenant and Contractor Relations During a Green Retrofit

PM CO GR

Tuesday, March 19 • 2:00 – 3:30pm • ROOM 109A [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] As new, efficient and sometimes LEED® certified buildings pop up around existing ones, building owners are taking action to improve their existing asset to be more competitive with neighbouring new buildings. The challenge? Retrofit usually happens while the building is occupied. New construction never deals with this problem as tenants move in after the pro­ Bryce Conacher ject is complete. Learn about some of the opportunities and complex chal­ lenges contractors and owners face while retrofitting occupied buildings. Presenter: Bryce Conacher, Director of Business Development, Ledcor Construction Limited

T15 – Lighting — A Designer’s Perspective

AD

Tuesday, March 19 • 2:00 – 3:30pm • BALLROOM 101 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] This presentation will be geared to designers and specifiers of lighting. It will give them a better understanding how to de­ sign lighting using the new innovative options offered. Energy efficiency, trends in lighting design, and technical aspects that make the lighting design successful. Presenter: Tammy MacKay, Interior Designer, Design Eye

Tammy MacKay

T16 – Leaking Buildings: Serious Liability and an Opportunity

PM CO

PM CO GR

Wednesday, March 20 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • BALLROOM 109 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] SPONSORED BY This session will provide you with the tools to con­ fidently embrace energy efficient design and con­ struction and explains these solutions through 3D animations, video and impressive photography along with highlights of an industry training facility in Alberta. Presenter: Murray Frank, Constructive Home Solutions Inc.

Murray Frank

W09 – Navigating Condominium Maintenance

PM CO

Wednesday, March 20 • 11:00am – 12:30pm • BALLROOM 101 [ AAA=1.5 SD; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] Condominiums are one of the most produced real estate assets available on the market today and are run by volunteers responsible for the assets. These Board members/Owners each feel personally invested in every bill and pro­ ject being added to the budget, as well as every repair project being under­ taken around their homes. We will walk you through the benefits of proactive maintenance, ways con­ sultants/contractors can become preferred vendors for long term returns, and finally walk you through successes and learning lessons using case stud­ ies from two large repair projects. The goal is to educate Property Managers, Contractors, Consultants, Corporations, and Owners alike about the ins and outs of Condominium Maintenance, and how to get the most benefit for all parties. Presenters: Chris Love, Project Principal, Halsall Associates Jonathan Maynard, Project Manager, Halsall Associates Bria Scott, Property Manager, Associate, Ayre & Oxford Inc. Rose Evans, General Manager, Ayre & Oxford Inc.

Tuesday, March 19 • 2:00 – 3:30pm • ROOM 108 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] This presentation will identify the most common errors in de­ sign and construction that cause building envelope failures and due diligence strategies. It will also discuss huge potential opportunities for building envelope rehabilitation as a profes­ sional consultant and involvement with its rehabilitation. Presenter: Tang Lee, Professor, Environmental Design, University of Calgary

W08 – Energy Efficiency – The Details

W11 – Solar Energy that Works in Western Canada Randy Hnatko

W E D N E S D AY, M A R C H 20 W03 – Energy Efficiency Demystified

PM CO GR

Wednesday, March 20 • 8:30 – 10:00am • ROOM 109 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] This presentation compiles the very best pieces of 26 separate presentations delivered in more than 160 venues across Canada to a combined audience of greater than 16,000 and is received by beginners through to the most seasoned professionals as “easy to understand” and “a fantastic reminder of the way homes really work”. This session will serve as the Building Block for a second session, “Energy Efficiency – The Details”. SPONSORED BY

Presenter: Murray Frank, Constructive Home Solutions Inc.

PM CO GR

Wednesday, March 20 • 2:30 – 4:00pm • ROOM 109A [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] Learn about solar installation in Western Canada that are working. The eco­ nomics of solar energy have drastically changed in the last few years mak­ ing it cost competitive with retail grid power in many installations. You don’t have to be at the green bleeding edge to install solar anymore. We will com­ pare the cost of a grid tied PV system with continuing to pay the large utilities for grid power. You will be surprised at the results. Solar energy systems can supply electricity or thermal energy and both types of systems work in the right application. A look at other solar applications including solar hot water will be presented. We will also look at how not to install solar. Presenter: David Kelly, President, SkyFire Energy Inc.

W12 – Changes to the 2010 National Building Code: Preparing for the Next Edition of the Alberta Building Code

PM AD CO

Wednesday, March 20 • 8:30 – 10:00am • BALLROOM 101 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] This seminar will provide a general overview of the law of bidding and ten­ dering, including the Contract A / Contract B analysis, the owner’s duty of fairness, negotiating with bidders, and the use of exclusion clauses.

Wednesday, March 20 • 2:00 – 4:00pm • ROOM 108 [ AAA=2.0 CO; BOMI=2.0 CPDs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs ] The 2010 National Building Code contains several thousand technical and editorial changes when compared to the 2005 version. The changes impact both the acceptable solutions as well as the objectives and functional statements, and include such things as new major occupancy classifications. This sem­ inar will address the key amendments, providing attendees Michael Bodnar with a clearer sense of the nature and extent of the changes in preparation for the next edition of the Alberta Building Code.

Presenter: Paul Ryzuk, Associate, Miller Thomson LLP

Presenter: Michael Bodnar, Principal, Sereca Fire Consulting Ltd.

W04 – Building a Bid from the Ground Up: Understanding and Navigating the Modern Law of Bidding and Tendering

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NEW / GREEN PRODUCT SHOWCASE AG Woodcrafting – Booth 327 Our planet is being stressed beyond its capability to recover quickly enough. The solution is simple. Make a product that is beneficial to the environment AND the customer. AG Woodcrafting is committed to protecting the earth’s resources by supplying environmentally sustainable products. We meet the stringent CARB 2 compliant requirements and beautify homes without stressing the environment or the customers budget. All of our products are certified by the environmental stewardship program. www.agwoodcrafting.com

Bamboo Innovations – Booth 99 Bamboo Hardwood, Poles, Fencing & Designer Cork wall tile

We are Canadian owned and operated distributor for many bamboo and other unique green products. Offering eco-friendly and sustainable alternatives that also lead the edge in the décor and building industry. From DIY to Commercial condo builds, we can supply it all. • Fossilized Bamboo Hardwood Flooring • Designer Cork Wall Tiles • Easy to install, designed for Residential or Commercial

www.bamboo-innovations.ca

BASF Canada Inc. – Booth 601 WALLTITE® Eco

Benjamin Moore & Co. Limited – Booth 631 Ultra Spec 500

WALLTITE® Eco is a mediumdensity polyurethane insulation/air barrier system designed to improve the energy efficiency of any type of building. Its industryleading performance results in substantial energy savings by maximizing the effectiveness of the building envelope, thus reducing energy costs.

• Paint remains “Zero VOC” after tinting

WALLTITE® Eco’s formulation includes recycled plastic and a zero ozone-depleting blowing agent, qualifying it as the first closed-cell spray polyurethane insulation to obtain the EcoLogoM, North America’s most widely recognized multi-attribute environmental certification.

• Seamless touchups at any time

• Zero VOC waterbourne formula qualifys for LEED credit — a “Green Promise” product • Patent pending cross-linking resin technology delivers an exceptionally durable finish. • MPI Approved • Fast dry and low odour. Dries quickly for same day return to service • Withstands repeated washings in high traffic areas • Available in any colour

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Cascadia Windows Ltd. – Booth 308 Fiberglass Windows and Doors and Fiberglass Thermal Spacers

City of Edmonton Commercial Services – Booth 701 City of Edmonton - Mixed Construction and Demolition Recycling

Cascadia Windows Limited manufactures fiberglass windows and doors to projectspecific requirements, which allows us to design products to meet ENERGY STAR guidelines for any zone. Fiberglass frames have many life-cycle performance advantages and are made of sustainable, non-toxic materials.

A new recycling facility for mixed construction and demolition (C&D) waste began operation at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre in January 2012.

In addition to windows and doors, Cascadia also produces The Cascadia Clip for cladding attachment systems. These new state of the art products enable wall assemblies to meet the new stringent code requirements. Call today: 604-857-4600 (office) For Windows, call Gerry Moerman at (604)833-8083 or email gmoerman@cascadiawindows.com For the Cascadia Clip, call Michael Bousfield at (604) 764-5696 or email mbousfield@cascadiawindows.com

The new facility provides project owners, construction companies, homebuilders and haulers with competitively priced options to divert material from landfill and further their own and Edmonton’s reputation for being “green”. The facility uses mechanical and manual sorting to separate mixed loads of material into various re-usable commodities. To be considered acceptable, at least 75% of an individual load must be wood, metal, drywall, asphalt/concrete, asphalt shingles, cardboard and paper. The City of Edmonton’s Waste Management Services Branch can provide diversion records for mixed C & D customers to help support their environmental impact reporting. Fees: Mixed C&D Waste $60/tonne Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Facility at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre

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NEW / GREEN PRODUCT SHOWCASE Cool Fin LED Corp – Booth 321 Solid State LED Lighting

David Morris Fine Cars Ltd. – Booth 613 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Cool Fin LED Corp is an LED lighting company, specializing in commercial, retail and industrial lighting applications. The Cool Fin Solid State LED solution provides a green alternative to the traditional energy guzzling lighting with ground breaking technology. LEDs represent the most significant development in lighting efficiency since the invention of the electric light more than a century ago. Significant cost savings, better performance, reduced maintenance and healthier work environments make LED the clear choice for energy management today.

The Mercedes-Benz Diesel Sprinter utilizes the latest Green technology available; The BlueTEC engine. Without sacrificing power or increasing engine noise, BlueTEC transforms pollutant nitrogen oxides into harmless nitrogen and water. With its innovative BlueTEC SCR clean diesel technology, the Sprinter complies with the strict emissions limits of the EPA / CARB 2013 standards. Going Green made Easy!

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Lenmak Exterior Innovations – Booth 310 EnvaTherm®

Power EcoSystems – Booth 633 Cogeneration Systems

EnvaTherm®. Foam Filled Performance.

Power Ecosystems cogeneration can reduce your utility costs by over 20%.

Lenmak’s EnvaTherm® insulated metal back pans deliver refinements to traditional building envelope technology that take curtain-wall engineering to a new level.

PEC holds the exclusive Western Canada distribution rights for cogeneration systems manufactured by ENER-G Holdings plc (“ENER-G”) and Yanmar Co., Ltd. (“Yanmar”). ENER-G, based in the United Kingdom, has been developing and manufacturing cogeneration technologies since the 1980s, and is recognized as a market leader in CHP, with over 2,000 installations throughout Europe and more than 30 million hours of cogeneration operating experience. Yanmar, based in Japan, was founded in 1912 and is a manufacturer of industrial and marine diesel engines, compact construction equipment and compact utility trailers. The company has been active in microcogeneration applications in Japan for over a decade and has over 4,000 units in service.

The efficiency of automated production, including a patented water-blown foam delivery system, creates cost-effective panels with a competitive R-value for consistent thermal performance. A breathable foil backing protects against fire and UV damage. EnvaTherm® insulated back pans conform to Canadian fire safety standards up to twelve storeys (CAN/ULC-S134 “Standard Method of Fire Test of Exterior Curtain Wall Assemblies”).

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Power EcoSystems is an energy efficient, cost effective, alternative energy micro-utility and distributor of market share leading products ranging in size from 5kW to over 2MW. www.powerecosystems.com

Maxxon Canada – Booth 417 Acousti-Mat® II HP

A breakthrough in sound control, Acousti-Mat II HP (High Performance) takes the proven sound reduction of Acousti-Mat’s floating floor technology and adds an additional layer of isolation. Acousti-Mat II HP increases the IIC levels of the floor/ceiling assembly by up to 16 points in wood frame construction and up to 20 points in concrete construction. Considered a “green” building material, the core of Acousti-Mat II HP is GREENGUARD Select Certified and may help contribute points toward LEED project certification.

New / Green Product Showcase participants can be identified on the tradeshow floor by their signs.

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INDUSTRY SESSIONS

SEMINAR STREAMS: PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GR GREEN

W13 – Asbestos!!? What You Should Know Before You Start

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Wednesday, March 20 • 2:00 – 4:00pm • ROOM 109 [ AAA=2.0 CO; BOMI=2.0 CPDs ] Whether renovating a room or adding onto an existing struc­ ture, demoing a wall or scraping a ceiling to place in new light­ ing; hazardous materials such as asbestos can be found in many building materials. Found in every nook and cranny, residential, commercial and industrial settings have utilized this product in many building materials throughout a 40 year period. John MacDonald This seminar will look at the materials, testing, procedures and legalities that you should consider prior to starting your job. You will under­ stand the materials in buildings which may contain asbestos and the correct procedures to take while dealing with this common hazardous material. Presenter: John MacDonald, Principal, Alberta Safety & Environmental Services Ltd.

W14 – Regenerative Energy Efficient Retrofits

PM CO GR

Wednesday, March 20 • 2:00 – 3:30pm • BALLROOM 101 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] True sustainability should be defined as a lifestyle designed for permanence. It would not be environmentally or economically responsible to try to rebuild commercial buildings faster than due course dictates, so regenerative retro­ fits are the best answer. This talk will cover how to set regenerative retrofit priorities and offer case studies to illustrate how district energy, bio-fuels, natural gas, cogeneration, solar, wind and geothermal should be assessed, mixed and matched and prioritized to drive towards true sustainability through regenerative retrofits. Presenter: Dan Cloutier, President, Power Ecosystems Inc.

W15 – Redirecting the Silk Road of Curtain-Wall Systems

PM AD CO

Wednesday, March 20 • 2:00 – 3:30pm • BALLROOM 102 [ AAA=1.5 CO; BOMI=1.5 CPDs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU ] Despite the increasing use of glass in buildings, there is no full understanding of the glazing systems from many in the construction industry including owners, architects, code consultants, mechanical and structural engineers. Beside the appearance, many performance parameters are involved in determining the best curtain wall system for a building, such Amir Hassan as: daylight, view, thermal performance, condensation risk, se­ curity, safety, fire resistance, sound insulation, glass strength, structural ad­ equacy and weather-tightness. The question, that needs to be answered by architects and engineers, is: “What is the best curtain wall for my building?” For off-the-shelf systems, the answer is relatively easy as those systems have testing and track records. Any deviation from that scenario, and we end up with many unknowns. Furthermore, there is a shift in the North American market for mid to highrise buildings to use curtain wall systems that are manufactured overseas. The most efficient tool to verify weather-tightness and structural perform­ ance is testing. Understanding the testing procedures and associated stan­ dards (ASTM & AAMA) would mitigate errors/mistakes and give confidence in selecting the appropriate curtain wall, especially for a project with inter­ national team. The presentation will discuss RJC experience with overseas systems used on a local high-rise including the advantages and difficulties encountered. In addition, the talk will cover: brief mention of curtain wall history, different curtain wall types. Two case studies will be included throughout. Presenter: Amir Hassan, Project Engineer, Building Science and Restoration, Read Jones Christoffersen Ltd.

City of Edmonton

Mixed Construction and Demolition Recycling A new recycling facility for mixed construction and demolition (C&D) waste began operation at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre in January 2012. The new facility provides project owners, construction companies, homebuilders and haulers with competitively priced options to divert material from landfill and further their own and Edmonton’s reputation for being “green”.

Fees Mixed C&D Waste

The facility uses mechanical and manual sorting to separate mixed loads of material into various re-usable commodities. To be considered acceptable, at least 75% of an individual load must be wood, metal, drywall, asphalt/concrete, asphalt shingles, cardboard and paper.

$60/tonne

Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Facility at the Edmonton Waste Management Centre

The City of Edmonton's Waste Management Services Branch can provide diversion records for mixed C & D customers to help support their environmental impact reporting. 3 www.edmonton.ca

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