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BUILDEX is about designing, building and managing real estate

FEBRUARY 13 & 14, 2013 VA N CO U V E R CO N V EN T I O N C EN T R E W E S T

www.buildexvancouver.com

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We are excited to welcome over 13,500 industry professionals and more than 425 exhibiting companies mak­ ing this our largest BUILDEX ever. Despite the unpredictable economy, the industries involved with BUILDEX continue to join together for a few days in February to network with peers, share ideas and drive business forward. Various new elements have been added to this year’s BUILDEX. Workplace 20/20 is both the Interior Design Keynote Panel as well as a 2000 square foot feature on the tradeshow floor. Architecture Day in co-operation with AIBC is on Thursday and includes four amazing seminars plus an art installation. In partnership with BUILDEX, more than a dozen BC Wood members are exhibiting in a 2500 square foot pavilion area near the Wine Bar and Bistro. And, there is a new interactive presentation area on the tradeshow floor known as LIVE at BUILDEX. We hope you enjoy the new innovations. Returning for 2013 are special events such as the ICBA CEO Breakfast, the IDC/IIDA Leaders Breakfast, the VRCA Construction Keynote Panel, the Real Estate Market Outlook for Vancouver, the BOMA BC luncheon and educational sessions from PAMA. There are also seminar streams in co-operation with CHBA BC, NKBA, BCCA, & VRCA. There is something for everyone!

SHOW DIRECTOR Paul Maryschak

EVENT MANAGER Erin Osborne

EXHIBIT / SPONSORSHIP SALES Ben Carson Michael Pelsoci

REGISTRATION MANAGER

And as always, BUILDEX Vancouver presents the largest tradeshow floor of its kind in Western Canada. Please make time to explore the show and benefit from all the exhibits we have to offer.

Gillian Wright

Finally, 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.

Lucy Leng

EVENT MANAGER (EXHIBIT)

Thank you for joining us.

BUILDEX Vancouver is about designing, building and managing real estate. Sincerely, Paul Maryschak Show Director

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

VANCOUVER OFFICE

TABLE OF CONTENTS Conference Schedule-at-a-Glance................................................................................................................................5

Suite 510 – 1185 West Georgia St. Vancouver, B.C. V6E 4E6 Tel: 604-739-2112 Fax: 604-739-2124

Industry Panels.............................................................................................................................................................7 Featured Speakers........................................................................................................................................................9 PAMA Seminars..........................................................................................................................................................11 AIBC Architecture Day Seminars.................................................................................................................................13 VRCA/BCCA Seminars.................................................................................................................................................15 NKBA Seminars...........................................................................................................................................................15 Industry Seminars – Wednesday...............................................................................................................................17 Exhibitor List – Alphabetical......................................................................................................................................22

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Floorplan....................................................................................................................................................................26 Exhibitor List – By Category.......................................................................................................................................28 Industry Sessions – Thursday.....................................................................................................................................35 New / Green Product Showcase.................................................................................................................................43

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Thank You to our Sponsors.........................................................................................................................................49

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SEMINAR SCHEDULE

PM PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

SEMINAR STREAMS:

= CHBABC SEMINAR

AD ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

= NKBA SEMINAR

CO CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION

= AIBC ARCHITECTURE DAY SEMINAR

PD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

= VRCA/BCCA SEMINAR

GR GREEN

= PAMA SEMINAR

W E D N E S D A Y, F E B R U A R Y 13 ROOM 206

ROOM 207

ROOM 208

ROOM 209

ROOM 210

7:30 AM

ROOM 211

ROOM 212

ROOM 213

ROOM 214

ROOM 215

ROOM 217

ROOM 220

ROOM 223

P01 – Depreciation Reports under the Strata Property Act

W01 – WORKPLACE 20/20: An Insider’s Look at Tomorrow’s Workplace Today

CEO Breakfast W05 – An Edu­

W03 – Indoor Air Quality Management and LEED and Ownership for Existing 9:00 AM 8:30am – 10:00am Buildings

W04 – BC Safety Authority On Your Site

W08 – Incor­ porating Solar Into New Builds within the City 8:30am – 10:00am of Vancouver...

8:30 AM cation Path to

8:30am – 10:00am

W02 – Under­ standing Behavioral Styles to Increase Sales

7:30am – 9:30am ROOM 305 Summit Level

8:00 AM W06 – Grow Your Profit: Understand­ ing Financial Systems

W07 – Break Smart Ground: Digital Basics To 8:00am – 10:00am Revolutionize Your Business

8:30am – 10:00am 8:30am – 10:00am

8:00am – 9:50am

8:00am – 10:00am

8:30am – 10:00am

9:30 AM

CO

CO GR

CO

PM AD CO GR

PM AD CO PD

PD

W14 – What App is This Anyway?

11:00 AM 10:30am –

10:30am – 12:00pm

12:00pm

12:00pm

11:30 AM

CO GR

AD PD

W15 – Transpar­ ency, Product Disclosures, and Reducing Em­ bodied Carbon and Energy 10:30am – 12:00pm CO

CO GR

W13 – How to Get Your Building Certified – Lessons Learned

W18 – Real Estate Market Outlook for the Vancouver Market

10:30am – 10:30am – 12:00pm 12:00pm PM AD CO

PM

W19 – Networking in the Age of Social Media

W11 – The Real Cost of an Energy Efficient Building Envelope 10:30am – 12:00pm

Fast Labour Sourcing

10:30am – 12:30pm

10:30am – 12:00pm

CO GR

12:00 PM

PM

PM AD

P02 – Financing W12 – Finding W10 – Future Major Strata Skilled Work­ Trends: The Projects ers: A Demand- Unity of 10:10am – Side Guide To Colour 12:00pm

10:00 AM W17 – Making W16 – Ignite 10:30 AM EnerGuide Creativity Work for You 10:30am –

PM AD

W09 – How to be a Great Communi­ cator 10:00am – 12:00pm

10:30am – 12:00pm CO

AD

PM

PD

PD

12:30 PM W24 – MultiGenerational Kitchens

W30 –

1:00 PM Workplace on Wheels

1:30 PM 1:00pm – 2:30pm 2:00 PM

1:00pm – 2:30pm

PM AD CO

W26 – The Winner’s Curse: A Systems Ap­ proach to Win­ ning More Work and Increasing Profits 1:00pm – 2:30pm

AD

W27 – Design Models for Sustainable Urban Infill Developments

W22 – Innova­ tion in Wood Construction

W20 – LEED – W25 – Carbon Is It Worth It? Neutral Buildings: 1:00pm – 2:30pm

PM AD CO GR

AD CO

AD CO GR

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

Re-thinking Standards and Approaches... 1:00pm – 2:30pm

1:00pm – 2:30pm

1:00pm – 2:30pm

CO PD

W21 – HST To PST: Provincial Tax Specialists Help Simplify the Transition 1:00pm – 2:30pm

CO GR

W23 – Future P03 – Colour Trends: Contract Law Fantasies and 1:00pm – 3:00pm Realities 1:00pm – 2:30pm

CO

1:00pm – 3:00pm

AD

PM

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

Meet & Greet Networking Reception

W28 – How to Grow Your Business Through Customer Service

5:00pm – 6:00pm Burrard Foyer on Level 2

W29 – Adapt or Die! How Will You Sur­ vive the Next 10 years?

PD

2:30pm – 4:00pm

CO

4:00 PM

T H U R S D AY, F E B R U A R Y 14 ROOM 206

ROOM 207

ROOM 208

8:00 AM 8:30 AM T03 – Leadership 9:00 AM

in Safety – the Next Step in the Evolution of Safety

9:30 AM 8:30am – 10:00am

CO

10:00 AM 10:30 AM T08 – Selling Sus­ tainability: How to Profit through 11:00 AM Green Home Certification

ROOM 210

ROOM 211

P04 – Legal Update for Strata Managers

T04 – Risk Management for Design-Build Projects

T07 – Effective 8:00am – 9:50am Communication 8:30am – 10:00am in a Project AD CO Environment: PM The “Art” P05 – of Project Employment Management Contracts & T11 – Facility 9:00am – 12:00pm Terminations: Energy Bench­ Hiring and Firing marking Systems: What to Use, Pitfalls When to Use It

10:30am – 12:00pm 11:30 AM 10:30am – 12:00pm CO GR PM CO GR

ROOM 213

ROOM 215

T06 – Using Advancing Techno­ logies for Construc­ tion and Property Management 8:30am – 10:00am

IDC/IIDA Leadership Breakfast 7:30am – 10:00am

10:10am – 12:00pm CO PD

ROOM 217

ROOM 220

ROOM 223 T01 – How to Get What You Want: Powerful Persuasion and Negotiation Tactics

T05 – Steam T02 – The Showers – Essence of the Function & Style West Coast 8:30am – 10:00am Spirit

8:00am – 10:00am

8:30am – 10:00am

PM CO

AD CO

T12 – BIM to the Field – Integrating Survey and Laser Scan Information in the 3D BIM Environment 10:30am – 12:00pm

T10 – Universal Design – The Real Truth, Why and How

AD CO

PM

ROOM 216

10:30am – 12:00pm AD

AD

T09 – Operating HighPerformance Buildings – Are We Ready? 10:30am – 12:00pm PM CO GR

12:00 PM

PD

T13 – Keynote Panel: Living Affordably in Greater Vancouver 10:30am – 12:30pm AD

BOMA Lunch

12:30 PM

11:30am – 1:30pm

T18 – Tenant 1:00 PM Engagement: A Partnership for 1:30 PM Change

T17 – Creating Bridges between Green Building Theory and Practical Application

2:00 PM

1:00pm – 2:30pm

1:00pm – 2:30pm

PM

AD CO GR

2:30 PM

T21 – Project Commu­ nications Management for Success: The “Science” of Project Management! 1:00pm – 4:00pm

P06 – Hoarding – When Too Much “STUFF” Becomes a Hazard – Strategies for Dealing with Hoarding in a Residential Building 1:00pm – 3:00pm

PM

T19 – The Straight Goods on Construction Risk Management 1:00pm – 3:00pm

T15 – Integrating Heritage Homes – The Challenge of Preserving the Past While Ad­ vancing Toward the Future 1:00pm – 2:30pm

AD CO

T16 – Best Prac­ tices in Addressing Rising Hydro and Water Costs While Demonstrating Efficient Conserva­ tion Methods 1:00pm – 2:30pm PM AD CO GR

T20 – Managing Multiple Priorities, Projects and Deadlines

1:00pm – 2:30pm

1:00pm – 3:00pm AD

CO

PD

T22 – Vernacular Architecture: Not So Special – A Closer Look at Regional Archi­ tecture 3:00pm – 4:30pm AD

3:00 PM 3:30 PM

T14 – IDP 2.0: Collaborative Design for the 21st Century

CO PD

4:00 PM

ACQUIRING CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS: To acquire continuing education credits for IDIBC (through IDCEC credits), AIBC and BOMI please pick up the relevant forms from tables located outside the seminar rooms. Use the same form(s) for the duration of your seminars and ensure each form is stamped by the room monitor for each session attended. If your seminar is at the end of the day, please ensure you have it stamped before you enter the seminar room. Stamps will not be available at the end of the last sessions of each day. Note: Without stamped forms as proof of attendance, you will not be able to acquire continuing education credits for these sessions. BUILDEX Vancouver • February 13 & 14, 2013

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

WORKPLACE 20/20: AN INSIDER’S LOOK AT TOMORROW’S WORKPLACE TODAY

INTERIOR DESIGN KEYNOTE: WEDNESDAY // 8:00AM – 10:00AM W01 • WORKPLACE 20/20: AN INSIDER’S LOOK AT TOMORROW’S WORKPLACE TODAY   PM AD  [ AIBC=2.0 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

ROOM 220

SUPPORTED BY

Hear from 4 internationally recognized leaders in the office design industry about how they are building the workplace of the MEDIA SPONSOR future, today. Learn how they are creating efficient, safe and smart spaces and how the workplace is about more than just function. The panelists will debate how they see the workplace evolving and discuss what factors must be considered to meet the new demands and expectations of their clients. How are they marrying design and space requirements; what are the continued growing needs of a modern business and their employees; and does function have to override style?

ADAPT OR DIE!

HOW WILL YOU SURVIVE THE NEXT 10 YEARS?

CONSTRUCTION KEYNOTE: WEDNESDAY // 2:30PM – 4:00PM ROOM 220 W29 • ADAPT OR DIE! HOW WILL YOU SURVIVE THE NEXT 10 YEARS?   CO  [ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

ALIKI GLADWIN

TERESA MILLER

JOE PETTIPAS

SUSAN STEEVES

Moderator: Chuck We, Director of Leasing, Oxford Properties Group

SPONSORED BY

BC is one of the most attractive places in which to invest and build. Consequently, we are attracting new players into our market and having to look at new processes in everything from planning a project, to the type of contracts all the way to the way in which projects are put out to tender. Is your company ready for the changes that lie ahead? VRCA has assembled a panel of respected industry participants to help you navigate through the turbulence that lies ahead.

JAN ROBINSON CHUCK WE

INDUSTRY KEYNOTES

SARAH CLARK

MIKE DEMERS

CO-SPONSORS

MEDIA SPONSOR

DEE MILLER

CRIS MUNRO

Moderator: Jan Robinson, Interim President, Vancouver Regional Construction Association Panel: Sarah Clark, President & CEO, Partnerships BC Mike Demers, Partner, Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP Dee Miller, Vice President – Administration, Finance & Human Resources, JJM Construction Ltd. Cris Munro, SCMP, CPSM. C.P.M., Principal, CM2 Ventures Inc.

Panel: Aliki Gladwin, Principal, Aliki Gladwin and Associates Inc. Teresa Miller, RID IDC, LEED® AP BD+C, Senior Workplace Designer, Perkins+Will Canada Joe Pettipas, Senior Vice President | Principal, HOK Vancouver Susan Steeves, Principal, SSDG Interiors Inc.

REAL ESTATE

LIVING AFFORDABLY

MARKET

IN GREATER VANCOUVER

OUTLOOK FOR THE VANCOUVER MARKET

REAL ESTATE KEYNOTE: WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 211 W18 • REAL ESTATE MARKET OUTLOOK FOR THE VANCOUVER MARKET   PM 

ARCHITECTURAL KEYNOTE: THURSDAY // 10:30AM – 12:30PM T13 • LIVING AFFORDABLY IN GREATER VANCOUVER   AD 

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

[ AIBC=2 Core LUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

What can we expect in the Vancouver and Lower Mainland real estate market over the next 2 years? Hear from industry experts as they make some predictions about the Vancouver market, and also take a look back at what’s happened in the last 12 months. Were last year’s predictions on the mark? Or did we get it wrong? Join the panel as they explore what opportunities and threats face the Vancouver real estate market and gain insight into the trends and issues you need to understand.

SPONSORED BY

MEDIA SPONSOR

LAWRENCE GREEN

JOCELYNE LEGAL

MICHAEL PENALOSA

Moderator: Bill Tucker, Principal, OMICRON Panel: Lawrence Green, President, Spire Development Corporation Jocelyne Legal, Senior Director of Leasing, Triovest Michael Penalosa, Managing Principal, Thomas Consultants Inc. Andrew Tong, Senior Vice President Investments, Concert Properties Ltd.

BUILDEX Vancouver • February 13 & 14, 2013

ANDREW TONG

PRESENTED BY

This session provides a rare opportunity to dialogue openly with an expert panel of professionals involved in the affordability of Greater Vancouver housing. Join architects, designers, members of government, media, and advocacy representatives in this spirited discussion. Discover what’s currently being done — and join the conversation on what we might be able to do better. Is affordable livability in greater Vancouver a real possibility or an ever-receding horizon?

DAVID BEERS BILL TUCKER

DANE JANSEN

ROOM 220

SEAN MCEWEN

BRENT TODERIAN

MEDIA SPONSOR

HEATHER TREMAIN

Moderator: David Beers, Editor, The Tyee Presenters: Dane Jansen, Architect AIBC, R.A. State of Washington, LEED AP, Principal, DYS Architecture Sean McEwen, Architect AIBC, S.R. McEwen Architect Brent Toderian, MCIP, President of TODERIAN UrbanWORKs, President of the Council for Canadian Urbanism in Vancouver, former City of Vancouver Director of City Planning Heather Tremain, Principal, Urban Fabric Group

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

KEVIN LUST

FEATURED SPEAKERS

DOUG LAND

FOUNDER, LUST DEVELOPMENT GROUP INC.

PRESIDENT, LOBSTICK PROJECT SOLUTIONS INC.

WEDNESDAY // 10:00AM – 12:00PM ROOM 223 W09 • HOW TO BE A GREAT COMMUNICATOR PD 

THURSDAY // 9:00AM – 12:00PM ROOM 208 T07 • EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION IN A PROJECT ENVIRONMENT: THE “ART” OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT

[ AIBC=2.0 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

Communication is not just about how you talk and listen. It’s about making connections with people. This program explains — and demonstrates — the expert speaking, listening, and interpersonal skills necessary for professionals at all levels in today’s world.

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 3:00PM ROOM 223 W28 • HOW TO GROW YOUR BUSINESS THROUGH CUSTOMER SERVICE

PD 

[ AIBC=2.0 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

Today’s discerning customer demands service at a level never before expected. As standards rise, so must our performance. To continue to survive and grow in any business, employees, managers, and even owners have to demonstrate the qualities of the best customer-service driven organizations. This program will show you what they are doing and tell you how to do it yourself.

THURSDAY // 8:00AM – 10:00AM ROOM 223 T01 • HOW TO GET WHAT YOU WANT: POWERFUL PERSUASION AND NEGOTIATION TACTICS PD 

[ AIBC=3.0 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.3 CEUs; BOMI=3 CPDs ]

The most commonly cited reason for project failure is communication breakdown. This may be because communication is taken for granted — we all do it, right? The question is do we know how to communicate in a way that is meaningful and effective for project stakeholders and that supports the success of the project? Your success as a Project Manager is directly tied to your ability to communicate effectively and influence the stakeholders. The purpose of this course is to increase your awareness of: • Your own personal communication style and how you impact others as a result; • Other communication styles and how to communicate effectively with them; • Communication filters and how to recognize and overcome them; • and more!

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 4:00PM ROOM 208 T21 • PROJECT COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT FOR SUCCESS: THE “SCIENCE” OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT! CO PD 

[ AIBC=2.0 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

True leaders in all walks of life are people who have the ability to persuade others. Whether in sales, management, customer service, professional services, or even parenting, the most successful people are the ones who can relate easily to everyone, present their ideas with charisma and conviction, and get the deal done. • Build your personal credibility — the cornerstone of your persuasiveness. • Learn the four key techniques of professional persuasion. • Uncover a simple routine that will cause people to like you. • and more!

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 3:00PM ROOM 223 T20 • MANAGING MULTIPLE PRIORITIES, PROJECTS AND DEADLINES

CO PD 

[ AIBC=3.0 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.3 CEUs; BOMI=3 CPDs ]

The most commonly cited reason for project failure is communication breakdown. Many times, this breakdown occurs because of poor management of communication channels, mediums and stakeholder expectations. This workshop will give you the tools needed to effectively manage communications — understanding “who needs what and when”! The Project Manager who does not know what is happening on their project, day by day, week by week is, quite frankly, a train wreck waiting to happen! You will learn the importance of status reporting and how to do it. The purpose of this course is to increase your awareness of:

PD 

[ AIBC=2.0 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.2 CEUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

This is the program for the busy business owner, manager, and staff person who try to juggle multiple demands, deadlines, and daily pressures. With the information contained in this fast-pace seminar, you’ll get more accomplished and with better results than ever before. • A simple process for effectively managing competing priorities. • How to decide what to delegate and what to do yourself. • How to find the hidden time-wasters that are jeopardizing your success. • and more!

• The impact of communication planning on the success of your project. • The value of a stakeholder analysis — before you start the project. • The importance of a Role & Responsibility Matrix, (RAM), and how to develop one; • How an Information Distribution Matrix can take the stress and guesswork out of communicating project information. • and more!

RANDY HNATKO

PRESIDENT, TRAINWEST MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTING INC.

LEATRICE EISEMAN

WEDNESDAY // 8:00AM – 10:00AM ROOM 213 W02 • UNDERSTANDING BEHAVIORAL STYLES TO INCREASE SALES PD 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, PANTONE COLOR INSTITUTE AND THE EISEMAN CENTER FOR COLOR INFORMATION AND TRAINING

[ AIBC=2.0 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 215 W10 • FUTURE TRENDS: THE UNITY OF COLOUR

It is critical to understand your customers in order to succeed. Are you sure you’re working with people in a way they wish to be treated and appreciated? Do you want to have a positive impact on your own life and others?

AD 

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Colour seems to be touching everything — even those eternal neutrals like sand, beige, gray, grayed greens and taupe are often shaded and imbued with beautiful undertones. At the same time, vibrant colour is being artfully coordinated with neutrals. As a result, unifying context is very important. Join Leatrice Eiseman in this instructive session to find out how and where the colour to be used and, most importantly, what the outstanding colour trends and directions are as they impact commercial interiors.

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 215 W23 • FUTURE COLOUR TRENDS: FANTASIES AND REALITIES

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:30PM ROOM 213 W19 • NETWORKING IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL MEDIA

PD 

[ AIBC=2.0 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ] AD 

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

In order to create the “magic” for interiors, the colours for 2013 will need to coax and cajole, soothe or astonish, renew and replenish. At the same time, there will be the consumer’s expectation of practicality — what colours have staying power and can be relied upon as a steadying influence in unsteady times. Skillfully balanced colour palettes that play to their practical side, while satisfying their aspirations, hopes and needs for something novel will remain key to enticing the would-be consumer or client.

BUILDEX Vancouver • February 13 & 14, 2013

• Learn how to quickly identify & adapt to different customer styles • Learn factors that motivate peoples buying decisions • Learn how to avoid conflict with other styles & make better decisions in dealing with people • and more!

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 overlooked — 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 marketing and prospecting and explore the limitation Social Media platforms (Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook etc.) have on growing our business.

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

ASSOCIATION SEMINARS

SEMINARS WEDNESDAY // 8:00AM – 9:50AM ROOM 217 P01 • DEPRECIATION REPORTS UNDER THE STRATA PROPERTY ACT

PM 

[ AIBC=1.75 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

THURSDAY // 8:00AM – 9:50AM ROOM 210 P04 • LEGAL UPDATE FOR STRATA MANAGERS

SPONSORED BY

PM 

[ BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

From Procurement to Funding — 3 Case Studies of Completed Depreciation Reports. Presenters: David Albrice, BSc URP., ARP., PRA – Specialist, Building Asset Management, RDH Building Engineering Ltd. Tony Gioventu, Executive Director, CHOA Kevin Grasty, P.Eng. LEED AP, Halsall Associates Jean-Francois Proulx, BSc., M.Sc, Depreciation Report Planner, Normac Appraisals Kelly Raby, Property Manager, Remax Property Services

WEDNESDAY // 10:10AM – 12:00PM ROOM 217 P02 • FINANCING MAJOR STRATA PROJECTS PM 

SPONSORED BY

Elaine McCormack will provide an update on recent changes in the law and other practical developments in strata property governance. Court cases reviewed will include such diverse topics: as significant unfairness, evictions, and significant changes in use or appearance. The new Limitation Act for BC that comes into force in June 2013 will also be discussed, including its impact on strata corporations collecting money from owners. Presenter: Elaine McCormack, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP

SPONSORED BY

THURSDAY // 10:10AM – 12:00PM ROOM 210 P05 • EMPLOYMENT TERMINATIONS PM 

[ AIBC=1.75 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

[ AIBC=1.75 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Where is the money coming from? – Special Levies – Strata Fees – Borrowing This seminar will take a completed report, review the options for financing and follow the project and processes through to final completion.

Hiring and firing pitfalls.

Presenters: Chris Bellefeuille, Relationship Manager, TD Commercial Banking Tony Gioventu, Executive Director, CHOA Elaine McCormack, Lawyer, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP Tony Ngo, Manager – Industry Programs Commercial Banking, BMO Bank of Montreal Kelly Raby, Property Manager, Remax Property Services

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 3:00PM ROOM 210 P06 • HOARDING — WHEN TOO MUCH “STUFF” BECOMES A HAZARD — STRATEGIES FOR DEALING WITH HOARDING IN A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PM 

Presenters: Maureen McMahon, Director – Human Resources, Gateway Property Management Lanny Robinson, Lawyer, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP

[ BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 3:00PM P03 • CONTRACT LAW PM 

ROOM 217

SPONSORED BY

[ AIBC=2.0 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Completing the cycle from the two previous seminars, this seminar will begin with an overview of contract law, followed by a detailed review of essential clauses in commercial agreements. Presenter: Patrick Cleary, Lawyer, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP

Hoarding: one word that can raise countless issues for the residential property manager. • How is hoarding identified? • What are a landlord’s/Strata Corporation’s rights and obligations with respect to an occupant’s hoarding behaviour? • and more. Presenters: Doug Booth, Captain, Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services, Fire Prevention Division Lisa Mackie, Lawyer, Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP

ICBA is your one stop shop for Construction Insurance and Retirement Programs The Construction Industry’s Retirement Program • Retirement plans for staff and employees • Individual pension plans for owners & executives The Independent Contractors Bonding & Liability Insurance Program • Get higher bonding limits • Receive more liability coverage for less Health and Dental Plans • The Construction Industry’s Benefit Plan • The Owner/Operator Plan • The Construction Supplier Plan • Build your own plan For more information on any of these programs visit www.icba.ca or call 1-800-663-2865 Benefit and pension plans offered through ICBA Benefit Services Ltd., Bonding & Liability offered through Wilson M. Beck Insurance Services

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 IS ARCHITECTURE DAY THURSDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 217 T02 • THE ESSENCE OF THE WEST COAST SPIRIT

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THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 217 T14 • IDP 2.0: COLLABORATIVE DESIGN FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

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[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

This session provides an overview of the West Coast Modern aesthetic – from its early beginnings to its current incarnation. It explores some of the unique creative processes and technologies that architects use to shape today’s West Coast architecture. Learn some of the critical factors that contribute to leadership and commitment to design, space and place. A special emphasis is placed on B.C.`s unique landscape and coastal environment, offering up a fresh examples of architectural innovation within this context. This session compliments a special AIBC exhibit – curated by Guest Curator James Tuer – which is on display at the Vancouver Convention Centre during Buildex. Entitled Redefining the West Coast Spirit: Emerging West Coast Firms with Connections to the Land, the exhibit highlights how a select group of emerging B.C. firms are blurring the lines between inner space and outer landscape through thoughtful design.

This session takes an in-depth look inside the nuts and bolts of the modern integrated design process, using the recent VanDusen Visitor Centre project as a case study in cross-disciplinary collaboration. Learn how the architectural firm collaborated with multiple project partners including the client, general contractor, engineering firms, and VanDusen management team.

Presenters: Shelley Craig, Architect AIBC, Partner, Urban Arts Architecture Harold Kalman, PhD, LLD, CAHP, Heritage Specialist and Architectural Historian James Tuer, Architect AIBC, AIA, BCSLA, CSLA, NCARB, JWT Architecture and Planning

THURSDAY // 3:00PM – 4:30PM ROOM 217 T22 • VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE: NOT SO SPECIAL — A CLOSER LOOK AT REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE AD 

THURSDAY // 10:30AM – 12:30PM ROOM 220 T13 • LIVING AFFORDABLY IN GREATER VANCOUVER

Presenters: Harley Grusko, IA-AAA, LEED AP BD+C, Perkins+Will Ken Larsson, BCSLA, CSLA, ASLA - Principal, Sharp & Diamond Landscape Architecture Inc. Rebecca McDiarmid, Project Manager, The Ledcor Group of Companies Goran Ostojic, M.Sc., P.Eng., LEED AP, Managing Principal, Cobalt Engineering Duane Palibroda, P.Eng., Struct Eng., M.I. Struct. Eng., LEEP AP, Managing Associate, Fast + Epp John N. Ross, Architect AIBC, PMP, Facility Development Coordinator, City of Vancouver – Board of Parks and Recreation

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] AD 

[ AIBC=2 Core LUs; BOMI=2 CPDs ]

See “Industry Keynotes” on page 7 for description. Moderator: David Beers, Editor, The Tyee Presenters: Dane Jansen, Architect AIBC, R.A. State of Washington, LEED AP, Principal, DYS Architecture Sean McEwen, Architect AIBC, S.R. McEwen Architect Brent Toderian, MCIP, President of TODERIAN UrbanWORKs, President of the Council for Canadian Urbanism in Vancouver, former City of Vancouver Director of City Planning Heather Tremain, Principal, Urban Fabric Group

Through the years, B.C.’s architects have responded to their unique surroundings, offering up a diverse built environment that speaks to place, space and time. This session explores the history of vernacular architecture in B.C. and takes a close look at how today’s architects are re-imagining the past. The recent revival of the Vancouver Special is used as a special case study of how the ordinary can become extraordinary. Presenters: Robert G. Lemon, Architect AIBC, Principal - Robert Lemon Architect Inc. Stephanie Robb, Architect AIBC, Principal - Stephanie Robb Architect Dr. Rhodri Windsor-Liscombe, Professor and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, University of British Columbia

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ASSOCIATION SEMINARS SEMINARS

SEMINARS WEDNESDAY // 8:30AM – 10:50AM ROOM 214 W07 • BREAK SMART GROUND: DIGITAL BASICS TO REVOLUTIONIZE YOUR BUSINESS CO  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Learn how to smoothly transition your bidding and project management processes from the old world of paper and sealed envelopes to efficient digital process.

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM W16 • IGNITE CREATIVITY AD PD 

ROOM 207

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

We will review what creativity is, why it’s important, what blocks it, how to cultivate it and how it works in the workplace. You will walk away with tools to start practicing immediately. Presenter: Paula Kennedy, CMKBD

Moderator: Manley McLachlan, President, BCCA

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 207 W24 • MULTI-GENERATIONAL KITCHENS AD 

Panel: Lincoln Bodner, Business Development Manager, BidCentral, BCCA Scott Bone, Manager, Supply and Fleet Services, City of Prince George Cris Munro, SCMP, CPSM. C.P.M., Principal, CM2 Ventures Inc.

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 214 W12 • FINDING SKILLED WORKERS: A DEMAND-SIDE GUIDE TO FAST LABOUR SOURCING CO  [ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Get practical information on exactly how to access skilled workers from large pools. Moderator: Manley McLachlan, President, BCCA

We will examine how traditional differences between generations are becoming less relevant today thanks to technology, medical science and the global economy, and how the leveling of the playing field is influencing the interior design industry and kitchen design. Presenter: Arne Salvesen, CKD

THURSDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 216 T05 • STEAM SHOWERS — FUNCTION & STYLE AD PD 

Panel: Abigail Fulton, VP, BCCA Randy Garon, Provincial Manager, STEP, BCCA Bruce Lund, Provincial Manager, SkillCentral-Job Match, BCCA

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 214 W21 • HST TO PST: PROVINCIAL TAX SPECIALISTS HELP SIMPLIFY THE TRANSITION CO 

Presenter: John Whipple, President, By Any Design Ltd.

This session will cover the basics of good steam shower design including steam generator selection, generator placement, seating and proper shower construction.

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 216 T10 • UNIVERSAL DESIGN — THE REAL TRUTH, WHY AND HOW AD 

The nuts and bolts of the upcoming tax transition.

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Panel: Carl Beck, CMA, Independent Sales Tax Advisor Dave Longman, Project Director, PST Reimplementation, Revenue Division, Ministry of Finance Manley McLachlan, President, BCCA

What does Universal Design really mean to your clients and what are they looking for? Presenter: Robin Rigby Fisher, CMBKD CAPS

See us at booth #403

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ASSOCIATION SEMINARS

SEMINARS WEDNESDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 206 W05 • AN EDUCATION PATH TO MANAGEMENT AND OWNERSHIP

CO 

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

THURSDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 206 T03 • LEADERSHIP IN SAFETY — THE NEXT STEP IN THE EVOLUTION OF SAFETY CO 

Have you ever thought about running your own construction company? Do you want to transition into a management role? Find out how changes to provincial regulations are setting new professional standards for residential builders in BC and learn how to turn those standards into opportunities for personal and professional growth. Find out about resources that can help you make the most of your current skills, knowledge and experience and direct your education path toward greater career success. Whether you’ve done your training in a classroom or on the job, get the information you need to make the change from tools to management and start building a thriving future.

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Presenter: Stephen Torrence, CEO, Professional Builders’ Institute of BC

Presenter: Jeff Lyth, Regional Safety Coordinator, BCCSA

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 206 W17 • MAKING ENERGUIDE WORK FOR YOU CO GR 

THURSDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 206 T08 • SELLING SUSTAINABILITY: HOW TO PROFIT THROUGH GREEN HOME CERTIFICATION CO GR 

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

EnerGuide ratings are a way to predict and rate the energy efficiency of a home and are becoming required in many municipalities, but are we using the program to its full potential? EnerGuide is more than a number stamped on a home and this session will look at the basic principles of the program, why it was created and how EnerGuide can create a pathway to other certification programs. You will learn how to optimize your final results, investigate missed opportunities, and unlock secrets to a great rating as well as how to use the EnerGuide program as an opportunity to shine, stand out in a crowd and provide a better product and a better name for your company. Presenter: Einar Halbig, B.A.Sc., CEA & CEO, E3 Eco Group Inc.

Leadership in Safety discusses the importance of a safety management system but also discusses what lies beyond COR, and how leadership is the key to continual improvements and more successful production and safety outcomes. This presentation looks at how transformational leadership (a component in human factors studies) drives better safety results and also better business results. If we can help companies shift their focus from transactional to transformational, studies show that we can help them dramatically improve their safety results and other critical business outputs.

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Nervous about the market? Consider this: When buyers drive deals, green homes sell for more. That’s the conclusion of a survey of 1.6 million home sales in California, where, in the wake of the US market crash, certified green homes sold for an average of 9% more than comparable non-certified homes in the same communities. We will review the data on premiums paid for certified green homes and discuss the socalled “Prius Effect,” which can help identify neighbourhoods where green premiums will be highest. This market-focused seminar will survey the various the residential certification programs available to BC builders — including Built Green®, R-2000, Energy Star for New Homes, LEED Canada for Homes, Passive House and the Living Building Challenge — and will explain the requirements and estimate the costs associated with each certification program. Presenter: Monte Paulsen, Principal, Red Door Energy Advisors

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INDUSTRY SESSIONS

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 210 W13 • HOW TO GET YOUR BUILDING CERTIFIED — LESSONS LEARNED PM AD CO 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13 WEDNESDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 207 W03 • INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND LEED FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ] CO GR 

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

More and more buildings across the country are becoming certified under the LEED for Existing Buildings program. The requirements associated with indoor air quality EQ Credit 1.1 are quite comprehensive. This session will go through the steps required to assess the building and ensure this credit can be achieved. At the end of this session, the attendee will better understand the detailed information required to satisfy the LEED-EB requirements. Presenter: Michael Glassco, ROHT, President, Sterling IAQ Consultants Ltd.

The requirements for certifying a building under LEED are considerable and the process can often be daunting and riddled with pitfalls to the uninitiated. Join a panel of design and technical experts on the ins and outs of obtaining LEED certification for your building project. What are the most popular credits to obtain? Which cost the least? What are some of the ways of obtaining innovation credits? What are some of the things you need to know about how credits are assessed? Panel: Curtis Dorosh, P. Eng., M.A., LEED AP, Project Manager, Energy and Building Science Specialist, Light House Trevor Massey, Senior Project Manager, Lark Projects David Sprague, President, West Coast Projects Ltd. (WCP)

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 208 W14 • WHAT APP IS THIS ANYWAY? CO 

WEDNESDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 208 W04 • BC SAFETY AUTHORITY ON YOUR SITE CO 

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

This session, designed for real estate management professionals, will explain the technical safety system, clarify responsibilities and liabilities in relation to oversight of technical equipment and systems such as gas, electrical, boilers and elevators on their properties, and will present the BC Safety Authority’s approach to risk assessment and management. Presenter: Fred Tewfik, Regional Business Leader, Lower Mainland North, British Columbia Safety Authority

WEDNESDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 210 W06 • GROW YOUR PROFIT: UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL SYSTEMS PM AD CO PD  [ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

As a group, contractors leave millions of dollars on the table every year when they don’t have a thorough understanding of reporting systems. • Do your eyes glaze over when people start talking about overhead allocation? • Have your tried budgeting and stopped doing it because the numbers never work out? • When the profit in your estimate doesn’t match the actual profit on the job do you know how to prevent that from happening again? • Do you wish that you could improve your profits but are not sure how? This seminar is a must attend for owners and senior managers in businesses with 10 or more employees that think they could use a tune-up on their financial skills. If you think there’s room to make more money, you’re probably right. Presenter: Leonard Firkus, Partner, Bellrock Benchmarking Inc.

WEDNESDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 209 W08 • INCORPORATING SOLAR INTO NEW BUILDS WITHIN THE CITY OF VANCOUVER AND LOWER MAINLAND PM AD CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; 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 effective solutions for the design and construction industry. Supported by corporate sponsor Bell Mobility with state of the art tablet hardware, he will make an online presentation using the four operating system and current tablet hardware. He will start by sharing his practical evaluation criteria for software and hardware developed over years of research. He will consider some effective standalone ‘apps’ in relation to those criteria, but will focus on integrated management systems that meet the criteria and can be delivered through mobile media. Brian will be supported by Bell’s solutions team, who will be available during and after the presentation to answer any technical questions you may have. Presenter: Brian Palmquist, Architect AIBC, MRAIC, BEP, CP, LEED AP BD+C, Director, Quality, Ledcor Construction Limited

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 209 W15 • TRANSPARENCY, PRODUCT DISCLOSURES, AND REDUCING EMBODIED CARBON AND ENERGY CO  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Given the rapid depletion of natural resources and rising global appetite for energy, it is crucial to quantify and monitor the raw materials and energy that go into manufacturing the products selected and specified by designers. The building industry has focused heavily on reducing operational energy while overlooking embodied energy because it is not as visible or quantifiable. As operational energy is driven down over time, embodied energy will become a comparatively higher percentage of a building’s total energy footprint, if steps are not taken to reduce the energy intensities of manufacturing processes. This panel discussion will explore the importance of product disclosures and how they can be used to track and reduce the embodied energy in building products.

The purpose of this presentation is to provide information and insight into the benefits of building with solar in the Lower Mainland for Builders, Developers, Architects, Engineers, homeowners and others in the construction industry. Along with the City of Vancouver, which is aiming to be the greenest city in the world by 2020, many areas in the Lower Mainland have passed the Solar Ready Bylaw including the District of North Vancouver, District of Maple Ridge and Township of Langley. We will explore the necessity to implement solar into building projects — from large scale commercial to residential homes.

Moderator: Paul Hunter, Architect, Cannon Design

Panel: Landon Aldridge, Principal, Terratek Energy Solutions Inc. Scott Fleenor, Principals, Terratek Energy Solutions Inc. Joe Geluch, President, Naikoon Contracting Ltd. Rachel Moscovich, MES LEED A.P.| Sustainability Group Green Building Planner | City of Vancouver

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

WEDNESDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 212 W11 • THE REAL COST OF AN ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING ENVELOPE CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

SPONSORED BY

This session will explore the various costs associated with implementing an energy efficient building envelope. Research results will be presented on energy modeling assessment of thermal bridging, examining the impact on annual energy consumption, cost implications, and thermal comfort. Recent project installations with thermal break technology will be presented and analyzed. Panel: Bill Chihata, P.Eng., MBA, CEM, Schoeck Canada, Inc. Graham Finch, MASc, P.Eng. Dipl.T, Building Science Research Engineer, RDH Building Engineering Ltd. Levi Stoelting, P Eng, Associate, Glotman Simpson

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Panel: Francesca Desmarais, Director of the 2030 Challenge for Products, Architecture 2030 Marion Lawson, Sustainability Consultant, Researcher, Cannon Design Thaddeus Owen, Chief Engineer, Sustainability, Herman Miller

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 212 W20 • LEED – IS IT WORTH IT? AD CO GR  Are green buildings worth more? Are LEED certified buildings selling and leasing at a premium? What is the impact of LEED certification on the assessed value of buildings? This session will explore the market conditions for green certified buildings across Canada and the way in which buildings are assessed for environmental performance. Participants will be given an advanced look at new market data from a anticipated national report tracking market values, assessed values, leasing rates, and operational costs of green buildings. Panel: Pedro Tavares, B.A., AACI, P.App, Director, Research, Valuation & Advisory, Altus Group Gil Yaron, BA&Sc, LLB, LLM, Senior Business & Policy Advisor, Light House

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 210 W22 • INNOVATION IN WOOD CONSTRUCTION

AD CO 

[ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; IDCEC=0.1 CEU; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

The benefits of wood construction are becoming increasingly relevant in the context of global warming and non-renewable resource depletion, and its use can have a large impact on a project’s overall carbon footprint through carbon sequestration. This presentation will focus on the use of wood in the Earth Sciences Building (ESB) located at the University of

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PROJECT: Bow Valley Square Redevelopment, Calgary AB ARCHITECT: B+H Architects PHOTOGRAPHER: Reuben Krabbe / lumicphoto.com

Your window into the world of sustainable architecture, construction, landscape architecture and interior design in Canada.

See us at booth 1525.


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INDUSTRY SESSIONS

British Columbia. ESB uses the largest application of panelized wood products to date in North America. This presentation will outline the wood solutions featured in the building and the lessons learned from both an architectural and construction perspective.

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 208 W26 • THE WINNER’S CURSE: A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO WINNING MORE WORK AND INCREASING PROFITS CO PD 

Panel: Jana Foit, Architect AIBC, LEED® AP BD+C, Associate and Higher Education Practice Leader, Perkins+Will J. Eric Karsh, MEng, PEng, StructEng, MIStructE, Ing, Principal, Equilibrium Consulting Inc.

[ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 213 W25 • CARBON NEUTRAL BUILDINGS: RE-THINKING STANDARDS AND APPROACHES TO BETTER ACHIEVE MARKET EXPECTATIONS AND POLICY GOALS CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

What is the winner’s curse? Whoever makes the biggest estimating mistake wins the job. First, the bad news: • Successful companies rarely “buy work” through discounting • Profitability is not the reward for hard work, good intentions, or being a “good guy” Now, the good news: • Profitability is the reward for smart work. This means having good systems in place.

The City of Vancouver is aiming for all new buildings to be carbon-neutral by 2020 – many other local governments are moving in a similar direction. This panel discussion brings together views from developers, low carbon building experts, researchers, cost consultants and the City to discuss the regulatory, technical and financial implications.

Trying to minimize costs is always a goal when tendering contracts. And too often, contractors focus solely on price, adopting strategies and pricing that can kill the rewards of winning the contract. These tactics can go so far as to threaten the company’s financial health.

Of specific reference are two research studies which propose building performance metrics for both operational and embodied energy and emissions along with a policy roadmap which establishes a mechanism which local governments can use to achieve their carbon reduction and carbon neutrality goals.

This seminar will focus first on how to be a smarter competitor in bidding situations and then on alternative strategies that will shelter you and your company from the price game, if not remove you from it all together. We will review; why estimation mistakes are made, Common bidding errors, 12 specific tips for improving the estimation process and Bidding in the context of the overall sales process.

The panel is drawn from team members of an ongoing project to develop a policy framework that translates local governments’ carbon neutral policy goals into a simple, effective and fair system for building owners consistent with the business of real estate development. Panelists will present the findings from their ongoing work and will offer insights into how building regulations can be engineered to deliver embodied and operational carbon emission reductions in a format that is simple, fair and measurable but also remains within the technical and financial reach of the construction market. Moderator: Jennie Moore, Director, Sustainable Development and Environment Stewardship, British Columbia Institute of Technology Panel: Helen Goodland RIBA MBA LEED® AP, Managing Partner, Brantwood Consulting Steve J. Hadden, MRICS, PQS, LEED® AP, Senior Cost Consultant, BTY Group Mark Hartman, M.B.A., LEED® AP, Green Building Program Manager, Sustainability Group, City of Vancouver

Presenter: Tara Landes, President and Founder, Bellrock Benchmarking Inc.

WEDNESDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 209 W27 • DESIGN MODELS FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN INFILL DEVELOPMENTS PM AD CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

With the Monad model we created a systematic and holistic approach to make multi-story urban living beautiful, desirable, sustainable and affordable. In order to unlock the true potential of small urban infill sites it was necessary to rethink everything that is essential to urban development, mixed use design and construction by integrating many industry firsts: Multistory modular prefabricated construction, porosity driven high quality livability, strategic adaptability to various sites and programs and super efficient passive design driven

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1144

Canadian Building Technologies (Chateau Homes)

www.chateauhomes.ca

1319

www.variancefinishes.com

1634

Canadian Construction Institute

www.constructioncanada.ca

1918

Achieve Electrical Products Inc.

www.achievelighting.com

521

Canadian Home Builders Association of British Columbia

www.chbabc.org

542

ACO Systems Ltd.

www.acocan.ca

931

Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors

www.ciqs.org

1735

Acrylabs

www.acrylabs.com

520

Canadian Property Management Magazine

www.canadianpropertymanagement.ca

1423

Acrytec Panel Industries

www.acrytecpanel.com

620

Canadian Timberframes Ltd.

www.canadiantimberframes.com

230

Activated Doors Co.

www.activateddoors.com

1614

Canadian Urethane Foam Contractors Association

www.cufca.ca

440

Active Concrete

www.activeconcrete.ca

307

Canam

www.canam-construction.com

413

Active Fire & Safety Services Ltd.

www.activefire.ca

1923

Can-Cell Industries Inc.

www.can-cell.com

322

Adfast

www.adfastcorp.com

302

Cansel Survey Equipment

www.cansel.ca

604

Aeon Green Solutions

www.aeongreensolutions.com

745

Cascadia Energy Ltd.

www.cascadiaenergy.ca

1042

Albrite Lighting Solutions

www.albritelighting.com/solutions

1235

Centimark

www.centimark.com

1644

All Weather Windows Ltd.

www.allweatherwindows.com

613

CertainTeed Corporation

www.certainteed.com

405

Altex

www.altex.ca

1427

Cesium Telecom

www.cesiumonline.com

239

Altro

www.altro.com

921

Chubb Edwards

www.chubbedwards.com

841

Aluglass

www.aluglass.com

904

Citizenship & Immigration Canada

www.cic.gc.ca

341

Ameleco Electric Supply Inc.

www.ameleco.com

244

City Elevator Ltd.

www.cityelevator.ca

1239

Ames Tile & Stone Ltd.

www.amestile.com

1019

CJB Restoration Services Ltd.

www.cjbrestoration.com

742

Ampco Grafix

www.ampcografix.com

817

Cladbuilt

www.vireocorp.com

136

Andersen Windows & Doors

www.andersenwindows.com

623

Cleantech Janitorial Ltd.

www.cleantechjanitorial.com

1139

ANL Enterprises

www.anl-ca.com

739

Clintar Landscape Management

www.clintar.com

1343

Anti-Slip Anywhere/Tile Safe Products

www.tilesafe.ca

738

CNJ Lighting Solutions

www.cnjlightingsolutions.com

402

ARC Canada

www.e-arc.com

1323

Coast Wholesale Appliances LP

www.coastappliances.com

1220

Aristo Artisans

www.aristoartisans.com

1425

Coastal Ford Sales Limited

www.coastalford.com

220

ASSA ABLOY Canada

www.assaabloy.ca

527

Colonial Countertops

www.colonialcountertops.com

827

Assured Environmental Solutions Inc.

www.assuredenvironmental.ca

1441

Commercial Lighting

www.comlight.com

1939

Autodesk Canada Inc.

www.autodesk.com

Concierge Plus

www.conciergeplus.com

1642

Avant Guard Gates and Access Controls Ltd.

www.avantguardgates.com

Condominium Home Owners Association

www.choa.bc.ca

1036A

Avante Concrete

www.avanteconcrete.com

640

Construction Business Magazine

www.constructionbusiness.ca

1423

Award Magazine

www.canadawide.com

1525

Constructive Solutions For Business Inc.

www.constructivesolutions.com

524

AWMAC BC

www.awmac.com

1812

Contrast Lighting M.L. Inc.

www.contrastlighting.com

1544

Bailey West Inc.

www.bmp-group.com

312

Corflex Partition Inc.

www.corflex.ca

1242

Baillargeon Wood Doors

www.baillargeondoors.com

1225

Coulson Manufacturing Ltd.

www.coulsongroup.com

1812

Bamboo Innovations

www.bamboo-innovations.ca

1420

Cree Canada

www.cree.com

1335

barkman concrete ltd.

www.barkmanconcrete.com

1201

Crown Roofing & Drainage Limited

www.crownroofingltd.com

1331

Basalite Concrete Products

www.basalite.com

538

Cultured Stone / Canadian Stone Industries

www.culturedstone.ca

1426

BASF Canada

www.basf-canada.ca

531

CuraFlo of British Columbia Ltd.

www.curaflo.com/bc

1738

BC Apartment Owners and Managers Association

www.bcaoma.com

1036D

Curly’s Carpet Repair

www.curlycarpetrepair.com

1931

BC Construction Association

www.bccassn.com

403

Custom Building Products

www.custombuildingproducts.com

605

BC Hydro

www.bchydro.com

1143

Custom Ornamental Iron Works Ltd.

www.customironworks.com

638

BC Insulators

www.energyconservationspecialists.org

434

Cyclo Vac / MVac Retractable Hose Systems

www.tiptopparts.com

303

BC Ministry of Finance, PST Outreach Project

www.gov.bc.ca/pst

243

Daltile of Canada Inc.

www.daltileproducts.com

913

BC Wood Specialties Group

www.bcwood.com

1812

Danver Outdoor Kitchens

www.danver.com

1218

BCCA Employee Benefits

www.bccabenefits.ca

403

Daro Flooring Construction Inc.

www.daro-flooring.com

535

Delco Fireplaces

www.delcofireplaces.com

1627

BCIT – School of Construction & The Environment

www.bcit.ca

Delta Door & Panel Ltd.

www.deltadoor.ca

1324

Bean Evolution

www.beanservices.com

1640

Design Lighting

www.designlighting.ca

1312

Beck Glass Inc.

www.beckglass.com

942

Design Quarterly Magazine

www.designquarterly.ca

1423

Bell Mobility

mobilebusiness.bell.ca/solutions/push-to-talk 1030

Designer Glass Signs

www.designerglasssigns.com

1221

Benjamin Moore & Co. Limited

www.benjaminmoore.ca

1618

Dexter + Chaney

www.dexterchaney.com

121

Best Choice Built-In Vacuums

www.bestchoicebuiltin.com

735

Dinoflex Group LP

www.dinoflex.com

1726

Better Business Bureau of Mainland BC

www.mbc.bbb.org

225

Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association

www.downtownsurreybia.com

217

BFI Canada

www.progressivewaste.com

1442

Dryco Building Supplies. Inc.

www.dryco.ca

318

BFL Canada Insurance Services Inc.

www.bflcanada.ca

1043

Duncanby Lodge & Marina

www.duncanby.com

525

Big Foot Log & Timber Homes

www.bigfootlogandtimberhomes.com

1812

Duradek

www.duradek.com

1914

BigSteelBox Corporation

www.bigsteelbox.com

600

Dura-line Painting

www.betterline.ca

934

Bison Innovative Products

www.bisonip.com

1935

Duro-Last Roofing Inc.

www.duro-last.com

1543

BITZER Canada Inc.

www.bitzer.ca

345

DYG Windows Ltd.

www.dygwindows.com

915

Black & Decker Hardware and Home Improvement Group

www.bdhhi.com

1227

Dyson Canada Ltd.

www.dysonairblade.ca

1424

Blue Grouse Wine Cellars

www.bluegrousewinecellars.com

905

E.H. Price Ltd.

www.price-hvac.com

830

Blueridge Sales

www.blueridgesales.ca

1304

E.I. Dupont Canada

www.construction.tyvek.ca

224

BMS Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Ltd.

www.bmsmechanical.com

1535

Eco-Paving

www.ecopaving.ca

740

BOMA BC (Building Owners & Managers Assoc. BC)

www.boma.bc.ca

1041

Edgewood Matting Ltd.

www.edgewoodmatting.com

940

Bramalea Elevator

www.bramaleaelevator.com

246

Eltec Elevator Ltd.

www.eltecelevator.com

1135

Bramwell & Associates Realty Advisors Inc.

www.icivaluation.com

1241

Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions

www.energyenvelope.ca

1620

Brisco Manufacturing

www.briscoman.com

1812

Engineered Assemblies Inc.

www.engineeredassemblies.com

513

British Columbia Timberframe Co.

www.bctimberframe.ca

1812

Euro Dream Heat Inc.

www.eurodreamheat.com

1805

Broadbased Marketing

www.nowphotography.photoseller.com

1606

EuroLine Windows Inc.

www.euroline-windows.com

1205

Brock White Construction Materials

www.steels.com

227

Expocrete Concrete Products Ltd.

www.expocrete.com

1502

Builders Publishing Group (Konkol)

www.builderspublishinggroup.com

503

Fab-Form

www.fab-form.com

238

Building Technologies

www.buildingtechnologies.com

1641

FairTradeWorks

www.fairtradeworks.biz

720

Buzon Canada

www.buzoncanada.ca

1724

Finning (Canada)

www.finning.ca

1430

C.R Laurence Co., Inc.

www.crl-arch.com

1219

Fireplaces Unlimited

www.fireplacesunlimited.com

713

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COMPANY

WEBSITE BOOTH#

www.firestonebpco.ca

831

Hafele Canada Inc.

www.hafele.com

900

First Canadian International Trade Ltd.

www.firstsanitaryware.ca

223

Haney Pottery

www.haneypottery.com

1327

FirstOnSite, Edenvale Division

www.firstonsite.ca

1044

Hardwoods Specialty Products

www.hardwoods-inc.com

1703

Five Star Building Maintenance Ltd.

www.fivestarbc.ca

1540

Haworth

www.haworth.com

1005

Flextherm Inc.

www.flextherm.com

630

Hays Specialist Recruitment Canada

www.hays.ca

Job Board

Floform Countertops

www.floform.com

1413

HD Supply Facilities Maintenance

www.hdsupply.ca

517

Fluke Electronics Canada LP

www.flukecanada.ca

1919

Homeowner Protection Office

www.hpo.bc.ca

213

Folding Sliding Doors Canada Ltd.

www.foldingslidingdoors.ca

427

Houle Electric Limited

www.houle.ca

439

Forbo Flooring Systems

www.forboflooringNA.com

1422

Hun Can Home Decor

www.hun-canhomedecor.com

1803

FortisBC

www.fortisbc.com

1238

ICBA

www.icba.ca 612

Four Seasons Insulation

www.fourseasonsinsulation.com

222

IDIBC – Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia

www.idibc.org

Fox Blocks

www.foxblocks.com

216

IDSwest

www.idswest.com

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Garage Guru

www.garageguru.ca

338

IFMA – British Columbia Chapter

www.ifmabc.org

1036B

Garaventa Lift BC

www.garaventa.ca

226

IMAGINiT Technologies

imaginit.com

618

Garbiz

www.garbiz.ca

1945

Imperial Security and Protection Services Ltd.

www.imperialsecurity.ca

1345

Garland Canada Inc.

www.garlandcanada.com

515

Innovative Fall Protection

www.innovativefallprotection.com

219

GE Lighting

www.gelighting.com

1643

Innovex Building Solutions

www.innovexcorporation.ca

207

GEMS Inc.

www.servicegems.com

1940

Inprotect Systems Inc

www.atstrafficgroup.com

505

Gemstone Landscape Supply Ltd.

www.gemstonelandscapesupply.ca

1602

Integrated Pest Supplies Ltd.

www.integratedpestsupplies.com

1638

General Paint

www.generalpaint.com

1330

Inter Provincial Roof Consultants Ltd.

www.iprc.ca

834

Genesis Restorations Ltd.

www.genesisrestorations.com

838

International Modern Laminate Ltd.

www.nordstar.ca

916

Gentek Building Products

www.gentek.ca

601

InterWrap Inc

www.interwrap.com

624

Geoscan Subsurface Surveys

www.geoscan.ca

342

Investors Group

www.investorsgroup.com

1341

Giacomini S.P.A.

www.giacomini.com

813

IREM-BC

irem.bc.ca

1036F

GL Stone

www.glstonecanada.com

912

Iron Age Manufacturing

www.ironagebc.com

401

Glasspro Restoration

www.glassprorestoration.com

134

IronPlanet

www.ironplanet.com

541

Global DEC-K-ING

www.dec-k-ing.com

530

ISC Doors and Windows Inc.

www.iscdoors.com

731

Global Vision Marketing Ltd.

www.globalvisionmarketing.ca

501

ISSofBC

www.issbc.org/skillsconnect/

522

Globe Healthcare Corporation

www.rubylighting.ca

124

I-XL Masonry Supplies

www.ixlgroup.com

1718

Globe Union Canada/Gerber

www.gerberonline.com

643

Jaga Canada Climate Systems inc.

www.jaga-canada.com

1405

Goodbye Graffiti

www.goodbyegraffiti.com

1339

James Hardie Building Products

www.jameshardie.com

800

Griff Building Supplies

www.griff.ca

431

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors

www.jeld-wen.com

1433

Grounds Guys Landscape Management Inc.

www.groundsguys.ca

1538

JORO

www.joromfg.com

1322

Guardian Building Products Distribution

www.gbpd.com

1402

JP LED Lighting

www.jpledlighting.com

1835

Guardian Industries

www.guardian.com

1305

Julian Tile

www.juliantile.com

1213

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COMPANY

WEBSITE BOOTH#

COMPANY

WEBSITE BOOTH#

KANDY Outdoor Flooring

www.outdoorflooring.ca

326

OutRank by Rogers

www.rogersoutrank.com

617

Kartners

www.kartners.com

1706

Pacific Art Stone Inc.

www.pacificartstone.com

123

Kate Holland Landscape Accessories Ltd.

www.khla.com

927

Pacific Coast Wholesale Supply Ltd

www.pcwsltd.com

1837

Kerrisdale Lumber

www.kerrisdalelumber.com

1625

Pacific Home and Art Centre

www.pacifichome.ca

923

Kettle River Timberworks

www.kettlerivertimber.com

1812

Pacific Homes

www.pacific-homes.com

1812

Keystone Retaining Wall Systems, LLC

www.keystonewalls.com

343

Pacific Range Hood (Canada) Ltd.

www.pacificrangehood.com

1624

KI Ltd. (Knauf Insulation)

www.knaufinsulation.com

400

Paisley Products of Canada Incorporated

www.paisleypro.com

416

Kijiji Real Estate

www.kijijiforbusiness.ca

1930

PAMA

www.pama.ca

1036E

Kitchen Craft Cabinetry and Floform Countertops

kitchencraftvancouver.com + floform.com

1413

Pangaea Natural Stone

www.pangaeanaturalstone.com

1119

Kitply Industries

www.kitplyindustries.com

1113

Patcraft Designweave

www.patcraftdesignweave.com

1503

KJA Consultants Inc.

www.kja.com

305

PBIBC

www.pbibc.ca

540

KM Roberts + Associates Ltd.

www.kmroberts.com

443

Pegaduro Canada

pegaduro.ca

741

Knoll

www.knoll.com

1105

Performance Controls

www.performancecontrols.ca

1541

Kolbe Gallery

www.kolbegallerybc.ca

1025

Picasso Mouldings & Doors

www.picassomouldings.com

1022

KVC Industries

www.kvcindustries.com

845

Landcor Data Corporation

www.landcor.com

1946

PJ White Hardwoods/Teamwood Distribution (Divisions of Richelieu Hardware Canada Ltd.)

www.pjwhitehardwoods.com

1619

Leading Edge Architectural Products

www.leadingedgeap.com

326

Plasti-Fab Ltd.

www.plastifab.com

313

www.plygem.com

321

Legrand, Canada

www.legrand.ca

119

Ply Gem

Leisure Baths Ltd.

www.relax-a-mist.com

1303

Polycrete Restorations Ltd.

www.polycreterestorations.com

1922

Poly-Mor Canada Inc.

www.uretek.ca

215

Power House Building Solutions

www.power-house.ca

516

www.preciseparklink.com

844

Lenmak Exterior Innovations

www.lenmak.com

805

LEVITON

www.leviton.com

1243

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Levitt-Safety Ltd.

www.levitt-safety.com

941

Precise Parklink Inc.

Liantronics LED display, media facade LED dislay

www.liantronics.com

1943

Precision Greens Inc.

www.precision-greens.com

1906

www.pro-tect.com

240

Logix Insulated Concrete Forms

www.logixicf.com

526

Pro Tect

Longboard Products

www.maynecoatings.com

825

Profast 1996 Ltd.

www.profast.ca

221

www.protectowrap.com

1438

Lowe’s Home Improvement

www.lowes.ca

938

Protecto Wrap Company

LSC Pre-cast Systems

www.lscprecast.com

539

Public Works and Government Services Canada

www.buyandsell.gc.ca

1440

www.quadlock.com

534

Lumenstar LED Lighting

www.lumenstarled.com

1908

Quad-Lock Building Systems Ltd.

Lynden Door Inc

www.lyndendoor.com

901

Quanex Building Products

www.quanex.com

117

www.quantumlighting.com

1039

Mainland K2 Stone

www.mainlandk2stone.com

1027

Quantum Lighting Inc.

Mainline Backflow Products Inc.

www.backwatervalve.com

1445

Queen’s Printer, QP Publishing

www.bccodes.ca

502

www.quiktherm.ca

1911

Malco Products, Inc.

www.malcotools.com

602

Quik-therm Innovative Insulation

Manna Plumbing Ltd.

www.mannaplumbing.com

1439

Raincoast Contoured Panels Ltd.

www.raincoastcontours.com

801

Mansonville Plastics

www.mansonvilleplastics.com

304

Rainelements European Gutters

www.rainelements.ca

315

Mapei Inc.

www.mapei.ca

1127

Ramos Holdings Ltd.

www.ramosholdings.ca

835

Marvin Windows and Doors

www.marvincanada.com

1733

RC Lighting

www.rabweb.com

843

Masonite International

www.masonite.com

1812

RCABC

www.rcabc.org

839

Maxwell Systems, Inc.

www.maxwellsystems.com

1907

Reed Construction Data

www.reedconstructiondata.com/can

631

Maxxon Canada

www.maxxon.ca

417

REIC Greater Vancouver

www.reicvancouver.org

1036C

McCranns Matting

www.mccranns.com

1340

RESISTO, a division of SOPREMA INC.

www.resisto.ca

231

McGregor & Thompson Hardware

www.mcgregor-thompson.com

826

Resysta (Beere Timber Company)

www.beeretimber.com

245

McKillican Canadian

www.mckillican.com

1412

Richelieu Hardware

www.richelieu.com

1619

MediaEDGE Communications West Inc.

www.mediaedge.ca

1423

Round Wrap Industries

www.roundwrap.com

1321

Mercedes-Benz Canada

www.mercedes-benz.ca

331

Roxul Inc.

www.roxul.com

335

Merit Kitchens

www.merit-kitchens.com

1812

Royal West

www.royalwestdistribution.com

1526

Metl-Span LLC

www.metlspan.com

616

Schenk / Stijle

www.stijle.com

1603

Metro Wallcoverings

www.metrowallcoverings.com

1419

Schluter Systems

www.schluter.com

705

Middle Atlantic Canada Inc.

www.middleatlantic.ca

1443

Schneider Electric

www.schneider-electric.com/ca

1937

Midland Appliance

www.midlandappliance.com

1313

Schoeck Canada Inc.

www.schoeck.ca

945

Milgard Windows and Doors

www.milgard.com

127

Scranton Products

www.scrantonproducts.com

112

Mission LED Lighting Company

www.missionled.com

622

Sea-Jae Builders Ltd.

www.sea-jae.ca

128

Mitten Inc.

www.mittenvinyl.com

1916

SEI Industrial Coatings

www.seicoat.com

523

Modu-Loc Fence Rentals – UCIT Online Security

www.moduloc.ca + www.ucitonline.com

1920

SignSource Architectural Signage

www.signsourcesolutions.com

1539

Monitors in Motion

www.monitorsinmotion.com

1612

Sika Canada Inc.

www.sika.ca

1913

Moulding and Millwork

www.mouldingandmillwork.com

1513

Silva Panel Canada

www.silvapanel.com

1812

MyTiCon Timber Connectors

www.mi-ti-con.com

125

Simson Maxwell

simson-maxwell.com

1040

N.A.T.S. Nursery Ltd.

www.natsnursery.com

1944

SiteDocs Safety Corp

www.sitedocs.com

320

NanaWall Systems, Inc.

www.nanawall.com

512

Sitka Log Homes Inc.

www.sitkaloghomes.com

1812

Natural Resources Canada

http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca/corporate/8803

840

SJ Imports Ltd.

www.sjimports.ca

812

Neogard

www.neogard.com

718

Skamol

www.skamol.com

727

Networx Windows & Doors

www.networx-excellence.com

1045

SkyFire Energy Inc

www.SkyFireEnergy.com

500

NextEnergy Inc.

www.nextenergy.ca

339

Skyfold (Vertical Solutions Inc.)

www.skyfoldwalls.com

1120

Nichiha

nichiha.com

1223

Smart Fix Asphalt

www.smartfixasphalt.ca

1941

Niki Design and Glass Studio Inc.

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906

Smart Garage Door Ltd.

www.smartgarage.ca

644

Nissan Commercial Vehicles (Nissan Canada)

http://ncv.nissan.ca/en/

717

Smart Office Furniture & Installations

www.sosfurniture.ca

1722

Nitro Pipe Freeze Inc.

www.nitropipefreeze.com

1921

Sound-Rite Acoustics Inc.

www.sound-rite.com

1021

NKBA

www.nkba.org

1623

Spectrum Skyworks (Libart)

www.spectrumskyworks.com/resource/

232

NLD Reserve Advisors

www.reserveadvisors.ca

1927

Sportgrid Inc.

www.sportgrid.ca

842

St. John Ambulance

www.sja.ca/bc

519

Standard Building Supplies Ltd.

www.standardbuildingsupplies.ca

621

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Nordic Engineered Wood

www.nordicewp.com

344

NRC Construction

www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/irc

316

Nuheat

www.nuheat.com

518

Standard Products Inc.

www.standardpro.com

1342

Olympia Steel Buildings

www.olympiasteelbuildings.ca

235

Starpatch Concrete Products

www.starpatchconcrete.com

1519

Omni Labour Solutions Inc.

www.omnilabour.ca

441

Steelcase

www.steelcase.com

1001

On Side Restorations

www.onside.ca

1141

Stelpro

www.stelpro.com

1520

OSRAM SYLVANIA LTD.

www.sylvania.com

1839

Stonecraft / Aggressive Distribution Inc.

www.stonecraft.com

1403

OtterBox - Protection For What’s Next

www.otterbox.com

642

Strata Engineering

www.strataengineering.ca

1444

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WEBSITE BOOTH#

COMPANY

WEBSITE BOOTH#

StrataWork.ca: Making the Business of Stratas Easy!

www.stratawork.ca

1142

Upper Canada Forest Products

www.ucfp.com

1707

Structurlam Products

www.structurlam.com

1812

Valley Countertops Ind. Ltd. – Silestone

www.valleycountertops.com

1013

Studio G3 Glass Graphic Group Ltd.

www.studiog3glass.com

1125

Vancouver Bed Bug Control Inc.

www.vancouverbedbugcontrol.com

1545

SunProject Inc

www.sunproject.com

1427

Vancouver Regional Construction Association

www.vrca.bc.ca

403

Suspended Stages

www.suspendedstages.com

444

VaproShield LLC

www.vaproshield.com

421

Swing Time Distributors Ltd.

www.swingtimedistributors.com

743

VGS Contracting Ltd.

www.vgscontracting.ca

1910

Synergy Electrical Installations & Maintenance Limited

www.synergyelectric.ca

1934

Vicwest Corp.

www.vicwest.com

1601

SYNLawn Westcoast Ltd.

www.synlawn.ca

1739

Viessmann Manufacturing Co. Inc.

www.viessmann.com

330

Talius

www.talius.com

1145

Viewpoint Construction Software

www.viewpointcs.com

645

Taymor Industries Ltd.

www.taymor.ca

1126

VingCard Elsafe

www.vingcard.com + www.elsafe.com

1838

TCE Tile, TCE Trading (Canada) Inc.

www.tcestone.com

423

Vinyltek Windows

www.vinyltek.com

404

Tech-Crete Processors Ltd.

www.tech-crete.com

415

VLB Lighting Inc.

www.vlblighting.com

1131

Techno Metal Post BC Ltd.

www.technometalpostbc.com

126

Vogel Construction Ltd.

www.vogelconstruction.ca

619

Teknion

www.teknion.com

1101

Wall2Wall Media Inc

www.wall2wallmedia.com

943

Tendu Stretch Ceiling Group

www.tendu.ca

1212

Waste Management

www.wm.com

1138

Terrascience Systems Ltd.

www.weir-jones.com

1934

WBI Home Warranty Ltd.

www.wbihomewarranty.com

218

Terratek Energy Solutions Inc.

www.terratek.ca

419

Welco Floor Coverings

www.welcofloorcoverings.com

1705

Thermal Systems

www.thermalsystems.ca

543

West Coast Windows

www.westcoastwindows.ca

114

Thermo Matrix (Advanced Geothermal Systems)

www.geodx.com

1912

Westeck Windows Mfg Inc.

www.westeckwindows.com

1031

TigerTel Communications Inc.

www.tigertel.com

425

Western Elevator Ltd.

www.westernelevator.com

1334

Tile Ideal

www.ubertile.com

701

Western Louiseville Fiberboard

www.wlfgroup.ca

544

Torbram Electric Supply

www.torbramelectric.com

1841

Whirlpool Canada LP

www.whirlpoolappliances.ca

1505

Total Power Limited

www.totalpower.ca

1639

Wholesale Blind Factory

www.wholesaleblindfactory.com

1622

TR Trades Reproduction

www.trtrades.com

438

Wide Plank Hardwood Ltd.

www.wideplankhardwood.com

1812

Trail Appliances

www.trailappliances.com

1531

Wishbone Site Furnishings

www.wishboneltd.com

821

Tree island Steel Ltd.

www.treeisland.com

445

Wizard Industries Inc.

www.wizardindustries.com

1318

Trex

www.trex.com

639

Woodtone

www.woodtone.com

1812

Trimlite ULC

www.trimlite.com

1905

WorkSafeBC

worksafebc.com

412

Tri-Tex Co Inc.

www.tri-tex.com

1904

Wrapped Umbrella

www.wrappedumbrella.com

1933

Tufdek

www.tufdek.com

507

Xibita

www.xibita.com 1645

Ultra-Tech Cleaning Systems

www.utcs.com

1932

Yardi Systems

www.yardi.com

1631

Unicorn Security

www.unicornsecurity.com

744

Ygartua Original Art

www.ygartua.com

1524

Unistrut Canada Ltd.

www.unistrutconstruction.com

442

Zentech Ecoboard

www.zentechecoboard.com

1320

University Sprinklers

www.universitysprinklers.com

317

Zurn Industries Limited

www.zurn.com

1231

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EXHIBITOR LIST – BY CATEGORY ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Vancouver Regional Construction Association.......403

ASSA ABLOY Canada................................................ 527 Avant Guard Gates and Access Controls Ltd.......... 1542 Building Technologies........................................... 1641 VingCard Elsafe..................................................... 1838

AUDIO / VISUAL SYSTEMS

ACOUSTICAL MATERIALS & PANELS Delta Door & Panel Ltd...........................................1324 Maxxon Canada....................................................... 417 Sound-Rite Acoustics Inc...................................... 1021 Tendu Stretch Ceiling Group..................................1212

Modu-Loc Fence Rentals – UCIT Online Security.....1920

BATHROOM HARDWARES / BATHTUBS First Canadian International Trade Ltd...................223 Globe Union Canada/Gerber................................... 643 Kartners................................................................. 1706 Kitply Industries.....................................................1113 Leisure Baths Ltd................................................... 1303

APPLIANCES

Royal West............................................................. 1526

Blue Grouse Wine Cellars........................................905 Coast Wholesale Appliances LP............................ 1220 Danver Outdoor Kitchens.......................................1218 Dyson Canada Ltd.................................................. 1424 Midland Appliance.................................................1313 Pacific Range Hood (Canada) Ltd.......................... 1624 Trail Appliances..................................................... 1531 Whirlpool Canada LP............................................. 1505

BUILDING ENVELOPE Acrytec Panel Industries......................................... 620 Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions................ 1620 Schoeck Canada Inc................................................. 945 VaproShield LLC....................................................... 421

BUILDING MAINTENANCE SUPPLY Simson Maxwell....................................................1040

ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE OR METALS

BUILDING PRODUCTS / MATERIALS / SUPPLIES

Aluglass...................................................................904 C.R Laurence Co., Inc..............................................1219 Corflex Partition Inc.............................................. 1242 Custom Ornamental Iron Works Ltd....................... 638 Engineered Assemblies Inc..................................... 513 Hafele Canada Inc...................................................900 Iron Age Manufacturing.......................................... 401 Lenmak Exterior Innovations.................................. 805 McGregor & Thompson Hardware.......................... 826 Merit Kitchens....................................................... 1812 Metro Wallcoverings..............................................1419 Mitten Inc.............................................................. 1916 Raincoast Contoured Panels Ltd............................. 801 Richelieu Hardware................................................1619 SJ Imports Ltd......................................................... 812

Abbotsford Concrete Products................................ 203

ARTWORK Pacific Home and Art Centre................................... 923

ACO Systems Ltd...................................................... 931 Activated Doors Co................................................ 1614 Active Concrete....................................................... 307 ANL Enterprises....................................................... 739 Bailey West Inc........................................................ 312 Blueridge Sales..................................................... 1304 Brisco Manufacturing........................................... 1812 British Columbia Timberframe Co........................ 1812 Brock White Construction Materials....................... 227 Buzon Canada........................................................ 1724 C/S Construction Specialties Company..................1418 Canadian Building Technologies (Chateau Homes).................................................1319

Profast 1996 Ltd...................................................... 221 Quad-Lock Building Systems Ltd............................ 534 Quanex Building Products.......................................117 Rainelements European Gutters............................. 315 Resysta (Beere Timber Company)........................... 245 Schluter Systems..................................................... 705 Schoeck Canada Inc................................................. 945 Scranton Products....................................................112 Sika Canada Inc..................................................... 1913 SJ Imports Ltd......................................................... 812 Skyfold (Vertical Solutions Inc.)............................1120 Smart Fix Asphalt.................................................. 1941 Standard Building Supplies Ltd.............................. 621 Starpatch Concrete Products................................ 1519 Structurlam Products............................................ 1812 Tree island Steel Ltd................................................445 Unistrut Canada Ltd................................................442 Upper Canada Forest Products.............................. 1707 Vicwest Corp......................................................... 1601 Wide Plank Hardwood Ltd.................................... 1812 Wizard Industries Inc.............................................1318 Woodtone............................................................. 1812 Zentech Ecoboard.................................................. 1320

BUILDING SUPPLIES

AWMAC BC............................................................. 1812 BC Apartment Owners and Managers Association.......................................................1036D BC Construction Association...................................403 BC Wood Specialties Group................................... 1812 BCCA Employee Benefits.........................................403 Better Business Bureau of Mainland BC..................225 BOMA BC (Building Owners & Managers Assoc. BC)........................................................... 1041 Canadian Home Builders Association of British Columbia.................................................. 542 Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors............ 1735 Canadian Urethane Foam Contractors Association..... 440 Condominium Home Owners Association..........1036A Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association........................................................... 217 Homeowner Protection Office................................ 213 ICBA......................................................................... 612 IDIBC – Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia................................................ 1421 IFMA – British Columbia Chapter........................1036B IREM-BC.............................................................. 1036F NKBA..................................................................... 1623 PAMA................................................................... 1036E PBIBC.......................................................................540 RCABC...................................................................... 839 REIC Greater Vancouver....................................... 1036C

Custom Building Products......................................605 Dryco Building Supplies. Inc................................... 318 E.I. Dupont Canada.................................................. 224 Firestone Building Products................................... 831 Gentek Building Products....................................... 601 Griff Building Supplies............................................ 431 Guardian Building Products Distribution............. 1402 I-XL Masonry Supplies........................................... 1718 Innovex Building Solutions..................................... 207 James Hardie Building Products.............................800 Kerrisdale Lumber................................................. 1625 Kettle River Timberworks..................................... 1812 Legrand, Canada......................................................119 LSC Pre-cast Systems.............................................. 539 McGregor & Thompson Hardware.......................... 826 McKillican Canadian...............................................1412 Milgard Windows and Doors................................... 127

COMMUNICATIONS Bell Mobility.......................................................... 1030 OtterBox - Protection For What’s Next................... 642 TigerTel Communications Inc.................................. 425

CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS / EQUIPMENT Bailey West Inc........................................................ 312 E.I. Dupont Canada.................................................. 224 Fluke Electronics Canada LP...................................1919 IronPlanet............................................................... 541

Ply Gem................................................................... 321 Power House Building Solutions............................. 516

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Valley Countertops Ind. Ltd – Silestone............... 1013

DECKING Bison Innovative Products.................................... 1935 Duradek................................................................. 1914 Global DEC-K-ING..................................................... 530 KANDY Outdoor Flooring......................................... 326 Trex.......................................................................... 639 Tufdek..................................................................... 507

DECOR Bamboo Innovations............................................. 1420 Design Lighting......................................................1312 Liantronics LED display, media facade LED dislay....1943 Aristo Artisans....................................................... 1425 Tendu Stretch Ceiling Group..................................1212

DECORATIVE CONCRETE Gemstone Landscape Supply Ltd.......................... 1602 Pegaduro Canada.................................................... 741

DISPLAYS & GRAPHICS Ampco Grafix........................................................... 817 ARC Canada........................................................... 1323 Liantronics LED display, media facade LED dislay....1943

DOORS Activated Doors Co................................................ 1614 Andersen Windows & Doors................................... 623 Baillargeon Wood Doors....................................... 1225 Delta Door & Panel Ltd...........................................1324 EuroLine Windows Inc.......................................... 1205 Folding Sliding Doors Canada Ltd........................... 427 ISC Doors and Windows Inc..................................... 731 JELD-WEN Windows & Doors................................ 1433 Kolbe Gallery......................................................... 1025 Leading Edge Architectural Products..................... 326 Lynden Door Inc...................................................... 901 Marvin Windows and Doors.................................. 1733 Masonite International......................................... 1812 NanaWall Systems, Inc............................................ 512 Networx Windows & Doors................................... 1045 Picasso Mouldings & Doors................................... 1022 Round Wrap Industries......................................... 1321

Haworth................................................................ 1005 Teknion...................................................................1101

Schenk / Stijle........................................................ 1603

Big Foot Log & Timber Homes............................... 1812 Canadian Building Technologies (Chateau Homes).................................................1319 Centimark..............................................................1644 Duncanby Lodge & Marina...................................... 525 Eco-Paving.............................................................. 740 FairTradeWorks....................................................... 720 Lowe’s Home Improvement.................................... 938

PJ White Hardwoods/Teamwood Distribution (Divisions of Richelieu Hardware Canada Ltd.)...1619

Kitchen Craft Cabinetry and Floform Countertops.....1413

CONTRACT FURNITURE

MyTiCon Timber Connectors................................... 125

Paisley Products of Canada Incorporated............... 416

Floform Countertops..............................................1413

barkman concrete ltd............................................ 1201

CONTRACTOR OR DEVELOPER

Pacific Coast Wholesale Supply Ltd...................... 1837

COUNTERTOPS Colonial Countertops.............................................. 827

Acrylabs................................................................... 520 Adfast...................................................................... 302 Longboard Products............................................... 825 Neogard................................................................... 718

Mitten Inc.............................................................. 1916 Nordic Engineered Wood........................................344

Vogel Construction Ltd........................................... 619

Ygartua Original Art.............................................. 1524

CONCRETE

Coulson Manufacturing Ltd.................................. 1812

VGS Contracting LTD............................................. 1910

COATING / SEALANTS / FINISHES

Abbotsford Concrete Products................................ 203 Active Concrete....................................................... 307 Avante Concrete......................................................640 Basalite Concrete Products..................................... 538 Canam..................................................................... 413 Fab-Form................................................................. 238 Geoscan Subsurface Surveys................................... 342 Keystone Retaining Wall Systems, LLC................... 343 Sea-Jae Builders Ltd................................................ 128 Starpatch Concrete Products................................ 1519

ASSOCIATION

Tri-Tex Co Inc......................................................... 1904

Hun Can Home Decor............................................ 1803

Canadian Timberframes Ltd. ................................. 230

CertainTeed Corporation.........................................405

Sitka Log Homes Inc.............................................. 1812

Mission LED Lighting Company............................... 622 Tree island Steel Ltd................................................445

Can-Cell Industries Inc............................................ 322 Cedarland & Silva Panel Canada........................... 1812

Nissan Commercial Vehicles (Nissan Canada)......... 717

Smart Garage Door Ltd............................................644 TRIMLITE ULC......................................................... 1905 Wizard Industries Inc.............................................1318

DRAINAGE Crown Roofing & Drainage Limited...................... 1331

EDUCATION BCIT – School of Construction & The Environment.......................................Construct Café Canadian Construction Institute .......................... 1918

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KJA Consultants Inc................................................. 305

ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING

Daro Flooring Construction Inc............................... 535

BC Wood Specialties Group................................... 1812

Western Elevator Ltd............................................. 1334

Assured Environmental Solutions Inc................... 1441

Dinoflex Group LP.................................................. 1726

Canadian Home Builders Association of British Columbia.................................................. 542

ENCLOSURES – POOL, DECK & PATIO

EQUIPMENT RENTAL & SALES Cansel Survey Equipment.......................................604

Spectrum Skyworks (Libart)................................... 232

Finning (Canada)................................................... 1430

International Modern Laminate Ltd....................... 916

Modu-Loc Fence Rentals – UCIT Online Security.....1920

KANDY Outdoor Flooring......................................... 326

Nissan Commercial Vehicles (Nissan Canada)......... 717

Mapei Inc................................................................1127 Precision Greens Inc. ............................................ 1906

Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors............ 1735 Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association........................................................... 217 Homeowner Protection Office................................ 213 ICBA......................................................................... 612

ENERGY CONSERVATION / MANAGEMENT

Edgewood Matting Ltd...........................................940 Forbo Flooring Systems......................................... 1422

IDIBC – Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia............................................................ 1421

Achieve Electrical Products Inc............................... 521 Aeon Green Solutions.............................................. 745

FINANCIAL SERVICES / INVESTMENTS

IMAGINiT Technologies........................................... 618

Albrite Lighting Solutions..................................... 1235

Investors Group..................................................... 1341

Natural Resources Canada......................................840

BC Hydro.................................................................1143

NKBA..................................................................... 1623 Public Works and Government Services Canada..... 1440

Garland Canada Inc................................................. 515

Pro Tect.................................................................... 240 Sportgrid Inc........................................................... 842

NLD Reserve Advisors............................................ 1927

FLOORING – VINYL / LINOLEUM

BITZER Canada Inc................................................... 345

FIREPLACES

Altro........................................................................ 921

Cascadia Energy Ltd.............................................. 1042

Delco Fireplaces.................................................... 1627 Fireplaces Unlimited............................................... 713

FOUNDATIONS C3 Integrated Solutions.......................................... 716

Forbo Flooring Systems......................................... 1422

ELECTRICAL

Cree Canada . ........................................................ 1335

Ameleco Electric Supply Inc.................................... 244

Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions................ 1620

Finning (Canada)................................................... 1430

FortisBC................................................................. 1238

FIXTURES / FAUCETS / SINKS

Global Vision Marketing Ltd................................... 501

GE Lighting............................................................ 1643

Taymor Industries Ltd............................................1126

Houle Electric Limited............................................. 439

LEVITON................................................................. 1243

Techno Metal Post BC Ltd........................................ 126

KM Roberts + Associates Ltd..................................443

FLOOR PLANS

Lumenstar LED Lighting........................................ 1908

Legrand, Canada......................................................119

Canadian Timberframes Ltd. ................................. 230

NextEnergy Inc........................................................ 339

FURNISHINGS

Schneider Electric................................................. 1937

Performance Controls........................................... 1541

FLOORING – CARPET / RUGS

JORO...................................................................... 1322

Simson Maxwell....................................................1040

Schneider Electric................................................. 1937

McCranns Matting................................................. 1340

Knoll...................................................................... 1105

Terratek Energy Solutions Inc................................. 419

Patcraft Designweave........................................... 1503

Smart Office Furniture & Installations.................. 1722

Synergy Electrical Installations & Maintenance Limited............................................................... 1934

Poly-Mor Canada Inc............................................... 215 Tech-Crete Processors Ltd....................................... 415

Thermo Matrix (Advanced Geothermal Systems)....1912

FLOORING – HARDWOOD

GARAGE

Total Power Limited.............................................. 1639

Bamboo Innovations............................................. 1420

Garage Guru............................................................ 338

ENGINEERING SERVICES

Hardwoods Specialty Products............................. 1703

Smart Garage Door Ltd............................................644

Bramalea Elevator................................................... 246 City Elevator Ltd.................................................... 1239

Strata Engineering................................................1444

Eltec Elevator Ltd...................................................1135

Terrascience Systems Ltd...................................... 1934

FLOORING – OTHER

NextEnergy Inc........................................................ 339

Garaventa Lift BC.................................................... 226

Tri-Tex Co Inc......................................................... 1904

Curly’s Carpet Repair............................................. 1931

Thermo Matrix (Advanced Geothermal Systems)....1912

Torbram Electric Supply........................................ 1841

ELEVATORS / ESCALATORS

Welco Floor Coverings........................................... 1705

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Merit Kitchens....................................................... 1812

BC Ministry of Finance, PST Outreach Project......... 243

LANDSCAPE & GARDEN ACCESSORIES

Citizenship & Immigration Canada......................... 341 ISSofBC.................................................................... 522 Natural Resources Canada......................................840 NRC Construction.................................................... 316 Public Works and Government Services Canada..... 1440 WorkSafeBC............................................................ 412

GRAFFITI REMOVAL SEI Industrial Coatings............................................ 523

GUTTERS Rainelements European Gutters............................. 315

HOME AUTOMATION / LIGHTING CONTROL Monitors in Motion................................................1612

HVAC PRODUCTS & SERVICES BITZER Canada Inc................................................... 345 E.H. Price Ltd........................................................... 830 Euro Dream Heat Inc............................................. 1805 Flextherm Inc.......................................................... 630 Giacomini S.P.A....................................................... 813 Jaga Canada Climate Systems inc......................... 1405 KVC Industries......................................................... 845 Nitro Pipe Freeze Inc............................................. 1921 Nuheat..................................................................... 518 Performance Controls........................................... 1541 SkyFire Energy Inc...................................................500 Stelpro................................................................... 1520 Thermal Systems..................................................... 543 Viessmann Manufacturing Co. Inc.......................... 330

INSULATED CONCRETE FORMS Fox Blocks................................................................ 216 Logix Insulated Concrete Forms.............................. 526

INSULATION BASF Canada........................................................... 531 BC Insulators........................................................... 434 Can-Cell Industries Inc............................................ 322 Four Seasons Insulation..........................................222 KI Ltd. (Knauf Insulation)........................................400 Plasti-Fab Ltd.......................................................... 313 Quik-therm Innovative Insulation.........................1911 Roxul Inc.................................................................. 335 Skamol.................................................................... 727 Metl-Span LLC......................................................... 616

INSURANCE / RISK MANAGEMENT BFL Canada Insurance Services Inc....................... 1043 WBI Home Warranty Ltd......................................... 218 WorkSafeBC............................................................ 412

IT RACKS Middle Atlantic Canada Inc................................... 1443

JANITORIAL / CLEANING PRODUCTS & SERVICES

barkman concrete ltd............................................ 1201 Expocrete Concrete Products Ltd.......................... 1502 Wishbone Site Furnishings..................................... 821

LANDSCAPE & GARDEN MANAGEMENT / ACCESSORIES Clintar Landscape Management........................... 1343 Gemstone Landscape Supply Ltd.......................... 1602 Grounds Guys Landscape Management Inc.......... 1538 Haney Pottery....................................................... 1327 Kate Holland Landscape Accessories Ltd................ 927 Keystone Retaining Wall Systems, LLC................... 343 N.A.T.S. Nursery Ltd.............................................. 1944 SYNLawn Westcoast Ltd....................................... 1739 University Sprinklers............................................... 317

LIFE SAFETY / SAFETY EQUIPMENT Active Fire & Safety Services Ltd........................... 1923 Anti-Slip Anywhere/Tile Safe Products.................. 738 Innovative Fall Protection....................................... 219 Inprotect Systems Inc.............................................. 505 Levitt-Safety Ltd..................................................... 941 St. John Ambulance................................................ 519 Total Power Limited.............................................. 1639 Wrapped Umbrella................................................ 1933

LIGHTING Achieve Electrical Products Inc............................... 521 Aeon Green Solutions.............................................. 745 Albrite Lighting Solutions..................................... 1235 CNJ Lighting Solutions............................................ 402 Commercial Lighting............................................. 1939 Contrast Lighting M.L. Inc..................................... 1544 Design Lighting......................................................1312 GE Lighting............................................................ 1643 Global Vision Marketing Ltd................................... 501 Globe Healthcare Corporation................................ 124 JP LED Lighting...................................................... 1835 LEVITON................................................................. 1243 Lumenstar LED Lighting........................................ 1908 Mission LED Lighting Company............................... 622 OSRAM SYLVANIA LTD........................................... 1839 Pacific Home and Art Centre................................... 923 Quantum Lighting Inc........................................... 1039 RC Lighting.............................................................. 843 Standard Products Inc........................................... 1342 University Sprinklers............................................... 317 VLB Lighting Inc.....................................................1131 Cree Canada . ........................................................ 1335

LOCK SYSTEMS ASSA ABLOY Canada................................................ 527 Taymor Industries Ltd............................................1126

MARKETING

Ultra-Tech Cleaning Systems................................ 1932

Broadbased Marketing......................................... 1606 IDSwest.....................................................................--IronPlanet............................................................... 541 Kijiji Real Estate.................................................... 1930 Landcor Data Corporation..................................... 1946 OutRank by Rogers.................................................. 617 Reed Construction Data.......................................... 631 Wall2Wall Media Inc............................................... 943

KITCHEN CABINETS

MILLWORK / CABINERY / MOULDINGS

Danver Outdoor Kitchens.......................................1218

Aristo Artisans....................................................... 1425 Builders Publishing Group (Konkol)........................ 503

Cleantech Janitorial Ltd.........................................1139 Edgewood Matting Ltd...........................................940 Five Star Building Maintenance Ltd...................... 1540 Goodbye Graffiti.................................................... 1339 HD Supply Facilities Maintenance........................... 517

Kitchen Craft Cabinetry and Floform Countertops.....1413

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Kitply Industries.....................................................1113 Moulding and Millwork......................................... 1513 Picasso Mouldings & Doors................................... 1022 PJ White Hardwoods/Teamwood Distribution (Divisions of Richelieu Hardware Canada Ltd.)...1619 Schenk / Stijle........................................................ 1603 Valley Countertops Ind. Ltd - Silestone................. 1013

Concierge Plus....................................................... 1642

MOBILE PHONES

Yardi Systems........................................................ 1631

Cesium Telecom...................................................... 239 OtterBox – Protection For What’s Next.................. 642

MODULAR BUILDING & PRE-FAB Olympia Steel Buildings.......................................... 235

MOVING / STORAGE BigSteelBox Corporation.........................................600

OFFICE FURNITURE Haworth / Brooks Corning.................................... 1005 Knoll / Blackburn Young Solutions....................... 1105 Steelcase / Heritage Office Furnishings................ 1001 Teknion / Holmes & Brackel...................................1101

PAINTING / COATING INSPECTION SEI Industrial Coatings............................................ 523

PAINTS & FINISHES Benjamin Moore & Co. Limited............................. 1618 Dura-line Painting.................................................. 934 General Paint......................................................... 1330

PARKING OR ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION / SERVICES / SYSTEMS Expocrete Concrete Products Ltd.......................... 1502 Precise Parklink Inc.................................................844

PARKING SOLUTIONS / SERVICES Ramos Holdings Ltd................................................ 835

GEMS Inc................................................................ 1940 Lowe’s Home Improvement.................................... 938 NLD Reserve Advisors............................................ 1927 StrataWork.ca: Making the Business of Stratas Easy!........................................................1142 Ultra-Tech Cleaning Systems................................ 1932

PUBLISHING – MAGAZINE/WEB/DATA Award Magazine................................................... 1525 Builders Publishing Group (Konkol)........................ 503 Canadian Property Management Magazine......... 1423 Construction Business Magazine.......................... 1423 Design Quarterly Magazine.................................. 1423 Landcor Data Corporation..................................... 1946 MediaEDGE Communications West Inc................. 1423 Queen’s Printer, QP Publishing............................... 502 Reed Construction Data.......................................... 631 Wall2Wall Media Inc............................................... 943

RADIANT FLOOR HEATING Maxxon Canada....................................................... 417 Nuheat..................................................................... 518

RAIN SCREENS Cladbuilt.................................................................. 136 Engineered Assemblies Inc..................................... 513 Nichiha.................................................................. 1223

RECRUITMENT SERVICES Hays Specialist Recruitment Canada............ Job Board ISSofBC.................................................................... 522 Omni Labour Solutions Inc...................................... 441

RENOVATION / RESTORATION A1 Windows............................................................ 435 Acrytec Panel Industries......................................... 620

PAVING

Black & Decker Hardware and Home Improvement Group.......................................... 1227

Eco-Paving.............................................................. 740

C3 Integrated Solutions.......................................... 716

PESTS / ANIMAL CONTROL

FairTradeWorks....................................................... 720

CJB Restoration Services Ltd................................... 742

Abell Pest Control Inc............................................ 1144 Integrated Pest Supplies Ltd................................. 1638 Vancouver Bed Bug Control Inc............................. 1545

FirstOnSite, Edenvale Division..............................1044

PLASTICS

Glasspro Restoration............................................... 134

Mansonville Plastics................................................304

PLAYGROUNDS Swing Time Distributors Ltd................................... 743

Genesis Restorations Ltd......................................... 838 Geoscan Subsurface Surveys................................... 342 On Side Restorations..............................................1141 Polycrete Restorations Ltd.................................... 1922 Vogel Construction Ltd........................................... 619 Western Louiseville Fiberboard..............................544

PLUMBING PRODUCTS

RE-PIPING

BMS Plumbing & Mechanical Systems Ltd............ 1535 CuraFlo of British Columbia Ltd............................ 1738 Mainline Backflow Products Inc........................... 1445 Manna Plumbing Ltd............................................ 1439 Nitro Pipe Freeze Inc............................................. 1921 ZURN INDUSTRIES LIMITED.................................... 1231

CuraFlo of British Columbia Ltd............................ 1738

PRINTING – LARGE FORMAT

Acrylabs................................................................... 520

3Design Products.................................................. 1523 Ampco Grafix........................................................... 817 ARC Canada........................................................... 1323 Queen’s Printer, QP Publishing............................... 502 SignSource Architectural Signage........................ 1539 Xibita..................................................................... 1645

PROPERTY / ASSET MANAGEMENT Bramwell & Associates Realty Advisors Inc...........1241

REPROGRAPHICS 3Design Products.................................................. 1523 TR Trades Reproduction.......................................... 438

ROOFING PRODUCTS Bison Innovative Products.................................... 1935 Garland Canada Inc................................................. 515 Inter Provincial Roof Consultants Ltd..................... 834 InterWrap Inc.......................................................... 624 Lenmak Exterior Innovations.................................. 805 RESISTO, a division of SOPREMA INC....................... 231 Spectrum Skyworks (Libart)................................... 232 Suspended Stages...................................................444 Tech-Crete Processors Ltd....................................... 415

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Cansel Survey Equipment.......................................604

TILE & TILE / STONE PREPARATIONS

Tufdek..................................................................... 507

Centimark..............................................................1644

Concierge Plus....................................................... 1642

VaproShield LLC....................................................... 421

Crown Roofing & Drainage Limited...................... 1331

Constructive Solutions For Business Inc................. 524

Duro-Last Roofing Inc........................................... 1543

Dexter + Chaney..................................................... 121

Ames Tile & Stone Ltd........................................... 1019 Curly’s Carpet Repair............................................. 1931 Julian Tile...............................................................1213 Mapei Inc................................................................1127 TCE TILE, TCE TRADING (CANADA) INC..................... 423 Tile Ideal.................................................................. 701

SECURITY SERVICES

GEMS Inc................................................................ 1940 IMAGINiT Technologies........................................... 618

Five Star Building Maintenance Ltd...................... 1540

Maxwell Systems, Inc............................................ 1907

Omni Labour Solutions Inc...................................... 441

SiteDocs Safety Corp............................................... 320

Talius......................................................................1145

StrataWork.ca: Making the Business of Stratas Easy!........................................................1142

VingCard Elsafe..................................................... 1838

SECURITY SYSTEMS/SERVICES Chubb Edwards....................................................... 841

Viewpoint Construction Software.......................... 645 Yardi Systems........................................................ 1631

Imperial Security and Protection Services Ltd..... 1345

STAIRS / RAILINGS

Unicorn Security...................................................... 744

Custom Ornamental Iron Works Ltd....................... 638

TOOLS Malco Products, Inc................................................. 602

UTILITIES

WINDOW COVERINGS / TREATMENTS Altex...................................................................... 1427 SunProject Inc....................................................... 1427 Talius......................................................................1145 Wholesale Blind Factory....................................... 1622

WINDOWS / GLASS / MIRRORS A1 Windows............................................................ 435 All Weather Windows Ltd....................................... 613

Cascadia Energy Ltd.............................................. 1042

Aluglass...................................................................904 Andersen Windows & Doors................................... 623

VACUUMS

Beck Glass Inc.......................................................... 942

SIDING

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Best Choice Built-In Vacuums................................. 735 Cyclo Vac / MVac Retractable Hose Systems........... 303

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STEEL BUILDING SYSTEMS

VEHICLES

Guardian Industries.............................................. 1305

SIGNS

Canam..................................................................... 413

ISC Doors and Windows Inc..................................... 731

Designer Glass Signs............................................. 1221 Inprotect Systems Inc.............................................. 505

STONE – BRICK / GRANITE / MARBLE

Coastal Ford Sales Limited...................................... 220 Mercedes-Benz Canada........................................... 331

SignSource Architectural Signage........................ 1539

Accent Detail ........................................................ 1634

Xibita..................................................................... 1645

Canada VicoStone Ltd........................................... 1300

SITE FURNISHING / LANDSCAPE

Cultured Stone / Canadian Stone Industries......... 1426

Haney Pottery....................................................... 1327 Kate Holland Landscape Accessories Ltd................ 927 Swing Time Distributors Ltd................................... 743 Wishbone Site Furnishings..................................... 821

Daltile of Canada Inc............................................... 913 GL Stone.................................................................. 912 Mainland K2 Stone................................................ 1027 Pacific Art Stone Inc................................................ 123

WALLCOVERINGS

DYG Windows Ltd.................................................... 915 EuroLine Windows Inc.......................................... 1205

JELD-WEN Windows & Doors................................ 1433 Kolbe Gallery......................................................... 1025 Leading Edge Architectural Products..................... 326

Altro........................................................................ 921 Metro Wallcoverings..............................................1419

Marvin Windows and Doors.................................. 1733

WASTE MANAGEMENT

NanaWall Systems, Inc............................................ 512

BFI Canada............................................................. 1442 Garbiz.................................................................... 1945 Waste Management...............................................1138

Milgard Windows and Doors................................... 127 Networx Windows & Doors................................... 1045 Niki Design and Glass Studio Inc.............................906 Ply Gem................................................................... 321 Standard Building Supplies Ltd.............................. 621

Pangaea Natural Stone..........................................1119

WATERPROOFING

Studio G3 Glass Graphic Group Ltd........................ 1125

Duradek................................................................. 1914 Protecto Wrap Company....................................... 1438 RESISTO, a division of SOPREMA INC....................... 231

Vinyltek Windows...................................................404

SOFTWARE

Pegaduro Canada.................................................... 741

Autodesk Canada Inc.........................Bistro & Wine Bar

Stonecraft / Aggressive Distribution Inc............... 1403

Bean Evolution......................................................1640

TCE TILE, TCE TRADING (CANADA) INC..................... 423

West Coast Windows...............................................114 Westeck Windows Mfg Inc.................................... 1031

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Amy Spencer: Renting Housing Counsel of BC Overview of the Rental Housing Counsel of BC’s Role

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Matt Farrell: Nitro Pipe Freeze Nitrogen Demonstration

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PRESENTS

BC WOOD PAVILION AREA In partnership with BUILDEX, members of BC Wood are exhibiting in a 2500 square foot pavilion area near the Wine Bar & Bistro. Participants include: 1 – Merit Kitchens 2 – Wide Plank Hardwood 3 – Silva Panel 4 – Sitka Log Homes 5 – Kettle River Timberworks 6 – Structurlam Products 7 – BC Wood 8 – Big Foot Log & Timber Homes

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living building concepts. This session will share valuable experiences from the model and performance driven design process, innovation and sustainability integration, prefabrication of modular engineered wood-frame construction and actual development from a broad range of perspectives.

This seminar will explore the risks and rewards of the design-build methodology. A finely crafted design-build project can successfully incorporate all stakeholder requirements with limited owner risk. It can provide a long lasting, quality building the property owner or tenant can be proud of for years to come.

Presenter: Oliver Lang, Architect AIBC, New York, NRW-Ger, Dipl.Ing Arch, M.Sc.A.A.D., Principal, LWPAC

Presenter: Richard Harris, Vice President – Pacific Region, MHPM Project Managers Inc.

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The human and financial cost of worker-related Motor Vehicle Incidents (MVIs) in British Columbia is significant. Worker-related motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of workplace fatalities. WorkSafeBC has implemented an initiative called Road Safety At Work (www.roadsafetyatwork.ca). The importance of employer-based Fleet Safety policy and practice will be examined and discussed. Noting that there are 200,000 registered employers in British Columbia, the session’s participants will be challenged on how best to reach them through preferred marketing practices. Presenters: Bill Hubbard, Med, Managing Director, Road Safety At Work Tracy Sobit-Evelyn, BA, MBA, Finance & Operations Manager, Road Safety At Work

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14 THURSDAY // 8:30AM – 10:00AM ROOM 207 T04 • RISK MANAGEMENT FOR DESIGN-BUILD PROJECTS

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In the traditional design-bid-build construction project, the property owner or tenant hires an architect or interior designer to design a facility or space, secures contractor bids based on the design, and the lowest bid completes the build. Many, however, now streamline the process by blending the role of designer and builder into a single package in a process known as a design-build methodology. This can save time and be easier to manage. However, it is not without its risks.

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A smart phone or tablet has more capability and computing power today than most computers had several years ago, and computing power has increased well over 100 times in the last 10 years. Yet in the construction and property management industries, most companies’ user interfaces have failed to harness these increased capabilities, and are stuck in more traditional applications. With the advent of cloud computing, mobile technologies, BIM, VIM, and a number of other advancements as well as systems environments with more open architectures; the possibilities today and for the future are exciting. We will look at why you would use many of these technologies, what the tradeoffs are, how they can be practically deployed today, and what the benefits could be. Presenter: Tom Brauser, Chief Operating Officer, BuiltSpace Technologies

THURSDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 217 T09 • OPERATING HIGH-PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS — ARE WE READY? PM CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Modern buildings are being designed to be energy efficient using highly intelligent, integrated systems. But do building operators have the skills necessary to run them? Talk to a building industry representative and they’ll tell you that the systems in high-performance buildings are often running at cross-purposes or worse, some buildings are running on their back-up systems because building operators lack the knowledge to operate the main systems. One large strata complex recently ripped out the operating software for its building and replaced it because the propriety software was too expensive to service and operate.

The B.C. government provides up-to-date information to support the residential construction industry in British Columbia. Check out the Research and Education section of the Homeowner Protection Office (HPO) website for:

• Best practice guides • Current research on energy efficiency and durability of residential buildings • Building Smart province-wide seminars • Builder Insight bulletins on emerging technical issues • Education and training resources • Subscribing to online publications and events

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Following the release of a scoping study by Eco Canada on the Building Operator profession, this seminar will explore the challenges facing building owners, managers and operators in the new world of high-performing, intelligent buildings. Moderator: Paul Shorthouse, Director, Research & Strategic Planning, GLOBE Advisors Panel: Ken Davies, Strata Systems Operations Consultant, West-End Building Control Gil Yaron, BA&Sc, LLB, LLM, Senior Business & Policy Advisor, Light House

THURSDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 207 T11 • FACILITY ENERGY BENCHMARKING SYSTEMS: WHAT TO USE, WHEN TO USE IT PM CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

Benchmarking the energy performance of buildings is becoming increasingly important to building owners and managers. Benchmarking provides feedback on how your building compares to the market and what energy savings opportunities are likely to be most profitable. A number of energy benchmarking systems are now available. Each has a unique purpose, each will tell you something different about your building and its systems, but, given this, how do you know which is best for you? Moderator: Aislinn McCarry, B.Sc(Eng), Halsall Associates Panel: Kirk Johnson, Manager GREEN UP Program, Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) Mareleine Nehme, Senior Officer, Stakeholder Relations, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) Julia St. Michael, LEED AP: O+M, Manager, Research & Environmental Programs , Real Property Association of Canada (REALpac)

THURSDAY // 10:30AM – 12:00PM ROOM 215 T12 • BIM TO THE FIELD — INTEGRATING SURVEY AND LASER SCAN INFORMATION IN THE 3D BIM ENVIRONMENT AD CO 

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This presentation will discuss the integration of 3D laser scanning into a 3D BIM environment for a 72 storey mixed-use high rise project downtown Vancouver called 1151 West Georgia street. A brief overview will be established in terms of laser scanning and Building Information Modeling (BIM) before the discussion will shift to look at how the scan was created, how it was converted to a usable 3D point file, and how it was

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integrated into the 3D BIM environment. Once in the 3D environment, the scan was used to establish the location of the excavation wall faces and identify which faces were outside or inside the property line, in order to devise methods to rectify the problem. The presentation will conclude with a discussion on lessons learned in the process and what additional information the 3D laser scan provided above and beyond traditional survey methods. Presenters: Michael Buness, Owner, Van Bower Construction Services Brent Olund, P.Eng, M.Eng, MBA, Vice President of Construction / Partner, Urban One Builders Mike Samilski, P.Eng, BIM Coordinator, Urban One Builders

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 215 T15 • INTEGRATING HERITAGE HOMES — THE CHALLENGE OF PRESERVING THE PAST WHILE ADVANCING TOWARD THE FUTURE

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Living in a heritage building does not have to mean sacrificing modern convenience. The thoughtful application of modern materials and home integration design means home owners can now experience cutting edge technology while preserving the aesthetic and architectural features of older buildings. This panel will discuss the benefits and challenges of integrating a heritage home; while geared toward architects and designers, the topics discussed may also be useful to realtors. Presenters: Shawn Moran, Graytek Wes Morris, Graytek

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 216 T16 • BEST PRACTICES IN ADDRESSING RISING HYDRO AND WATER COSTS WHILE DEMONSTRATING EFFICIENT CONSERVATION METHODS PM AD CO GR  [ AIBC=1.5 Non-Core LUs; BOMI=1.5 CPDs ]

An industry expert will review best practices in analyzing hydro and water consumption to promote conservation and manage the pressures of increasing utility expenses. You will learn to review the comprehensive reporting data required to manage your utility program and learn what other property owners are doing to promote conservation and achieve real results. This session will help you identify steps that keep costs down when rates increase. Presenter: Matt Miller, Industry Principal, Utility Billing, Yardi Systems, Inc.

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THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 207 T17 • CREATING BRIDGES BETWEEN GREEN BUILDING THEORY AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION AD CO GR 

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When a homeowner makes the decision to build a sustainable home, there are often trade-offs required to meet the principles of green home design while trying not to sacrifice our North American lifestyle. Now, what happens when you layer in a rigorous European home design approach that is not easily incorporated into an ‘off grid’ house on Gabriola Island? Well, in a word…Creativity. The purpose of this seminar will be to share a Passive House case study of an ‘off grid’ home built on Gabriola Island where the homeowner and design team collaborated through an integrated design process to meet both objectives. In short, Passive House is one of the world’s leading standards in energy-efficient construction and the concept is a rigorous home design standard that includes a very well-insulated, virtually air-tight building that is primarily heated by passive solar gain and by internal gains from people and electrical equipment. Panel: David Kominek, Principal, DRKdesign Rob Pope, Senior Consultant, Ecolighten Energy Solutions Ltd. Doug Rempel, Co-Founder, Ecolighten Energy Solutions Ltd. Ewout van Dishoeck, Homeowner, Passive House on Gabriola Island

THURSDAY // 1:00PM – 2:30PM ROOM 206 T18 • TENANT ENGAGEMENT: A PARTNERSHIP FOR CHANGE

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Engaging tenants and their employees is a relatively new strategy being used by Landlords to improve both building performance and tenant retention. Tenants see value in engagement because it supports their growing demands for better work environments and corporate sustainable reporting. Building owners and managers see value because it opens up opportunities for performance improvements beyond the traditional focus on retrofitting building systems and, to a lesser extent, improvements in system operation. Tenant engagement looks at the impacts of tenant decisions and occupant behaviour, which both significantly affect energy use (regardless of the type and quality of building systems). Panel: Maeri Machado, P.Eng., LEED AP, Halsall Associates Doug Webber, P.Eng., LEED AP BD+C, Halsall Associates

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The Art of a Builders Lien – Audience Questions Answered – Part Deux! Back by popular demand, Satinder Sidhu will again answer questions you have about builders liens. Builders liens are an effective tool for contractors to get paid or obtain security for payment - if handled properly. Filing, removing, advancing and thwarting a builders lien claim can be a work of art or a disaster. There are many mistakes that contractors and owners make when dealing with a builders lien. There are also many misconceptions about liens and “grey” areas on the legislation. Attendees will also learn about common mistakes and misconceptions regarding the Builders Lien Act and lien procedure in B.C. When should a Certificate of Completion be issued? When can a party claim a lien against a holdback? Email questions to us ahead of time to, sks@cwilson.com. This is your chance for “free” legal advice! Understanding Construction Bonds Construction Bonds are a common feature of modern construction projects but are often misunderstood by those who obtain them. Glen Boswall and Anna Sekunova will explain and provide practical advice on bid bonds, performance bonds, labour & material bonds, and construction lien bonds. Attendees will learn the purpose and function of each bond type, how the bonds are triggered, and how bond claims are made. Construction Defects Claims – The In’s & Out’s, The Do’s and Don’ts Whether you are an owner, a developer, a project manager, a contractor or a consultant, there are risks when construction defects are discovered. Samantha Ip and Oliver Hanson will suggest ways to manage that risk. Presenters: Glen Boswall, Partner, Clark Wilson LLP Oliver Hanson, Associate, Clark Wilson LLP Samantha Ip, Partner, Clark Wilson LLP Anna Sekunova, Associate, Clark Wilson LLP Satinder Sidhu, Associate, Clark Wilson LLP

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Hear from 4 internationally recognized leaders in the office design industry about how they are building the workplace of the future, today. Learn how they are creating efficient, safe and smart spaces and how the workplace is about more than just function. The panelists will debate how they see the workplace evolving and discuss what factors must be considered to meet the new demands and expectations of their clients. How are they marrying design and space requirements; what changes in the workforce are influencing their decisions; what are the continued growing needs of a modern business and their employees; and does function have to override style? Attendees will learn the answers to these questions and discover tomorrow’s workplace today.

These specially designed commercial office spaces reflect the ever changing needs of society and are more than just functional, they reflect the growing needs of modern businesses and their employees. The design teams not only considered how the employees use their workspace but they considered the whole work environment including transportation needs, employee interaction and translating company brand into the workplace. Each space highlights the newest trends, designs and technology from leading commercial office furniture designers and manufacturers.

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NEW / GREEN PRODUCT SHOWCASE 3Design – Booth 1523 3D Printer

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3Design Products, distributors of the world’s fastest, easiest-to-use, and most affordable 3D printers, makes 3D printing accessible to everyone in the architecture, engineering, and construction(AEC)world. Our ZPrinter line produce pure white and high-resolution colour physical models quickly, easily, and inexpensively from 3D CAD, BIM and other digital data. The most successful design, engineering and construction firms have adopted 3D printing as a critical part of the design development and project delivery process.

Locally conceived and manufactured, the 3 ½” aluminum framed system is ideal for retro-fit and building envelope rehabilitation. Durable gaskets and pressure equalized cavities allow the continuation of critical barriers and manage moisture in accordance with ‘Rainscreen’ design principles. Thermal performance is enhanced with strategically positioned polyamide struts to minimize conductive energy transfer and maximize savings. Windows are rated B7 for water penetration resistance and all components are fully compliant with the BC Energy Efficiency Act.

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ACO Systems Ltd. – Booth 931 ACO Oleopator P The ACO Oleopator P is a range of gravitational oil/water separators that allow sediments and light liquids to be separated out simultaneously in one tank. The Oleopator P separators are designed to achieve high performance (under 5mg/L hydrocarbons in effluent water) at large flows in a compact tank. All separators include, as standard features, coalescing units and automatic outlet closing devices for situations when maximum oil storage capacities are exceeded. www.acocan.ca

Bamboo Innovations – Booth 1420 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 Bring the raw beauty of the forest into homes, with three eye-catching styles ranging from rustic tree bark textures to polished geometric lines, Designer Cork Tiles are reminiscent of stacked stone installations. www.bamboo-innovations.ca

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

Bison Innovative Products manufactures Screwjack pedestal decking systems for creating outdoor spaces in a variety of applications. Applications include rooftop terraces and plazas, green roofs, streets and curbsides, covering old concrete patios, water features and reflecting ponds...over virtually any surface that needs a beautiful transformation.

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NEW / GREEN PRODUCT SHOWCASE Dura-line Painting – Booth 934 TBL Durables, the first sprayable plastics With the recent changes to Canadian Federal Legislation banning oil based traffic paints, most property managers will switch to a water based application. This will likely triple the cost. However there is great alternative...TBL Durables, the first sprayable plastics. Governments use Non-sprayable plastics on most intersections today. Plastics last 10 times longer than water based paints, leave the smallest carbon footprint, are reflective and look great. Many of the big companies back east have already made the switch...It makes sense!

Energy Envelope Engineered Solutions – Booth 1620 SYNTHEON ACCEL-E® Steel Thermal Efficient Pane The SYNTHEON ACCEL-E® Steel Thermal Efficient Panel wall system combines framing and insulation, making the construction of highly energy-efficient buildings easier and faster than ever before. ACCEL-E doesn’t force architects to change the way they design walls or limit choice in exterior cladding types. Nor does ACCELE require contractors to learn new construction methods or invest in specialized equipment. The ACCEL-E wall system exceeds the thermal code performance requirements for the building envelope in Canada.

www.duralines.com

www.energyenvelope.ca

Engineered Assemblies Inc. – Booth 513 TClip system

GE Lighting – Booth 1643 MR16 7W – Product Code/Description: 67843 LED7DMR16/840/15

The TClip system is a thermally broken subsystem for rear ventilated rain screen facade. TClip eliminates thermal bridging through the following criteria:

• The horizontal girt connects to and is thermally broken from TClip.

Using only 7 watts of energy, you can save over $118 in energy costs over the rated life of a lamp versus a standard 50-watt halogen lamp, based on $0.11 per kWh. Energy efficiency and long life mean fewer lamp replacements versus halogen MR16 light sources. It is dimmable in 100%–10%. Rated life of 25,000 hours (L70).

• A breathable membrane protects insulation.

www.gelighting.com/na

• TClip fastens while thermally broken from the structure.

• Vertical and horizontal girts connect outside the insulation to support cladding. The end result is a highly-preserved R value, lowered carbon footprint, long-term energy savings and non-combustible construction. www.engineeredassemblies.com

Lenmak Exterior Innovations – Booth 805 EnvaTherm®

Maxxon Canada – Booth 417 Acousti-Mat® II HP

EnvaTherm®. Foam Filled Performance.

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.

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

www.maxxon.ca

www.lenmak.com

Nitro Pipe Freeze – Booth 1921 Nitro Pipe Freeze

Nordic Engineered Wood – Booth 344 Nordic X-LAM: Massive Timber Panels

Nitro Pipe Freeze creates a temporary isolation to pipe installations (e.g. plumbing, HVAC) so that repairs and alterations can be carried out on the system, without the need for a drain down. Utilizing Liquid Nitrogen, an ice plug is formed inside the pipe, acting as a de facto shut off valve.

Nordic X-LAM cross-laminated timber is composed of cross-wise glued-laminated black spruce boards. The result is a building material high in resistance and stiffness that can easily substitute steel or concrete.

Eliminating the need to drain large quantities of water/ toxic chemicals to the municipal sewer saves time, money and helps the environment.

Other: Design Flexibility, Cost-competitive, Erection Speed

www.nitropipefreeze.com

Use: Commercial, multi-residential and residential buildings Application: Walls, Floors/Ceilings, Roofs Green: Sustainable, LEED points, Carbon Footprint Reduced www.nordicewp.com THE LOGO MUST NEITHER BE MODIFIED NOR DISTORTED. IN ALL USES, GRAPHIC SPECIFICATIONS MUST BE ADHERED TO AND RESPECTED.

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100% - Pantone 187 CVC 100% - Pantone 357 CVC 100% - BLACK

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PLAN TO USE PURPLE. WALLTITE Eco insulation/air barrier fits perfectly into almost every space you design. ®

NOW OFFERING WALLTITE ECO V.3

The industry’s highest long-term thermal resistance performance †

R 12.4 @ 2” | R 19.2 @ 3” | R 26.2 @ 4”

You painstakingly consider the utility, look and feel of your design. But how does it perform? Our closed-cell insulation/air barrier provides trusted long-term energy efficiency and enhances the durability of the building. WALLTITE Eco fits into any curve or corner you imagine, ensuring that you have a well-sealed building envelope. That means your design gets the high performance it deserves. At BASF, we create chemistry.

Learn how WALLTITE Eco can enhance your next plan at

www.walltiteeco.com or call toll-free 1-866-474-3538 †

As per Canadian Construction Materials Centre (CCMC) reports for medium density spray polyurethane foam posted December 2011.

WALLTITE Eco is a registered trade-mark of BASF Canada Inc. ECOLOGO is a trade-mark of Environment Canada; GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified is a registered trade-mark, and GREENGUARD Children and Schools is a service mark, of their respective owners; all used by BASF Canada Inc. with permission. © 2012 BASF Canada Inc.


NEW / GREEN PRODUCT SHOWCASE Pegaduro Canada – Booth 741 Pegaduro

Quik-therm Innovative Insulation – Booth 1911 Insulation

Pegaduro Overlay Mix is a modified, cementitious overlay formulated for resurfacing structurally sound, non-moving vertical and horizontal surfaces including concrete, drywall, cement board, plywood and masonry. It is a light weight and sag resistant material, which can be applied to interior or exterior surfaces. The Pegaduro Overlay System provides a workable consistency suitable for stamping with Pegaduro stamp tools or creatively carving and sculpting by hand. Once cured the Pegaduro Overlay creates a durable and natural looking stone finish that is weather and traffic resistant.

Quik-Therm provides innovative insulation for residential and commercial construction and renovation. We are committed to energy efficient buildings based on the building life cycle concept. Our products:

www.pegaduro.ca

• Decrease energy bills by 35-65% • Provide air, vapour, and radon barrier • Reduce labour costs • Cheaper than alternatives such as spray foam, ICFs and blue/pink board • Eco friendly — non toxic and recyclable • Do not promote mold • Tested by certified laboratories and supported by building science • Canadian owned and operated www.quiktherm.ca

Schenk Ltd. – Booth 1603 Cabinet Doors Schenk Ltd. is a Calgary based manufacturer of “laser edged” high end contemporary cabinet doors under the Stijle brand. We are the first company in North America to use IMA laser edgebanding technology to create a seamless joint between tape and panel. This cutting edge process enables us to produce superior quality doors and panels for the woodworking industry. www.stijle.com

Thermo Matrix Advanced Geothermal Systems – Booth 1912 Low Voltage Hydronic HVAC Solutions Thermo Matrix manufacturers and engineer’s low voltage hydronic HVAC solutions that deliver solid performance, reduce energy consumption while providing ultimate comfort at the most affordable price level for heating and cooling. • CoolFire Air-to-Water Heat Pumps • Comfort Coil Fan Coils • System Commander Climate Control System www.geodx.com or www.thermomatrix.net

Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc. – Booth 330 Vitocrossal 200, CM2 Gas-Fired Condensing Boiler

Wrapped Umbrella – Booth 1933 Automated Umbrella Wrapping Machines

Choose the EcoLogo certified Vitocrossal 200, CM2 to promote cleaner air and a healthier environment. • Outstanding thermal efficiency up to 97% • Inputs from 663 to 1112 MBH (single)/663 to 4448 MBH (four-boiler cascade) • Fully-modulating pre-mix cylinder burner precisely matches load • Fuel flexibility (NG/LPG/LNG) and multiple venting options • Dedicated boiler pump/low-loss header not required in single-boiler installations • Extremely low NOx emissions • Quiet, environmentally-friendly operation • Ideal for large residential/commercial applications

Wrapped Umbrella machines are nonelectric, mobile, and use recyclable plastic bags to quickly wrap wet umbrellas. Covering wet umbrellas prevents drips on floors, minimizing the risk of slip and fall accidents and their resulting costs. • Automatically wrap dripping umbrellas • Reduce potential liability • Increase customer satisfaction by solving the “wet umbrella problem,” no more wet bags, briefcases, or coats • Reduce maintenance costs and damage to inventory and furnishings • No need to leave umbrella unattended at entrance

www.viessmann.ca

www.wrappedumbrella.com

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

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upcoming shows Edmonton • march 19 & 20, 2013 c a l g a r y • n o v 5 & 6 , 2 0 13 vancouvEr • FEb 19 & 20, 2014

BUILDEX shows are about designing, building and managing real estate. // More than 20,000 attendees annually // 800+ companies exhibit each year

For more information on all of our BUILDEX events, please contact: PaUL Maryschak Show Director 604.730.2057 paul.maryschak@informacanada.com

WoLFgang ortnEr Exhibit Sales – Calgary & Edmonton 403.241.1088 wolfgang.ortner@informacanada.com

MIkE PELsocI Exhibit Sales – Vancouver & Calgary 604.730.2034 michael.pelsoci@informacanada.com

buildexshows.com • 1.877.739.2112

BEn carson Exhibit Sales – Vancouver & Edmonton 604.730.2032 ben.carson@informacanada.com


THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS DIAMOND SPONSOR

PLATINUM SPONSORS

GOLD SPONSORS

SILVER SPONSORS

JOB BOARD SPONSOR

LIVE AT BUILDEX SPONSOR

MEDIA PARTNERS

PRINCIPAL SPONSOR

WINE BAR & BISTRO SPONSOR

ClubONE SPONSOR

CONSTRUCT CAFÉ SPONSOR

SUPPORTING ASSOCIATIONS

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SPECIAL EVENTS AND MORE PMS

THE 16TH ANNUAL CEOS BREAKFAST

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NEW FOR 2013: LIVE AT BUILDEX

C : 100% M : 70% Y : 0% K : 50% PMS 282

This exclusive breakfast is attended by over 250 CEOs, Presidents and Senior Vice Presidents of the leading construction companies in British Columbia. This is an invite-only networking event held in conjunction with BUILDEX Vancouver.

SPONSORED BY

CO-SPONSORS

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BUILDEX is hosting LIVE interactive presentations SPONSORED BY and demos on the showfloor. These presentations are FREE to attend and the full schedule will be available soon. Confirmed speakers already include Tony Gioventu, Lisa Mackie, Amy Spencer, Lynda Brind-Dickson and many others. We look forward to this new interactive element of BUILDEX 2013.

MEDIA SPONSOR

CONSTRUCT CAFÉ BOMA BC LUNCHEON Thursday, February 14, 2013 Reception: 11:30 am – 12:00 pm Lunch: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Keynote Speaker (Mina Laudan, BC Hydro): 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm BC Hydro forecasts a shortage of electricity as the population and economic activity increases within the next 20 years. Join us to find out about BC Hydro’s proposed Site C Clean Energy Project. Register at https://www.boma.bc.ca/events-sponsorship/event-calendar/

MEET & GREET NETWORKING RECEPTION The annual Meet & Greet Reception will be held Wednesday, February 13th from 5:00 – 6:00pm in the Burrard Foyer on level 2. Come and network with over 600 industry professionals and enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or beer and some delicious hors d’oeuvres.

THIRD ANNUAL IDC/IIDA VANCOUVER LEADERS BREAKFAST

The Construct Café is a place to sit down with colleagues and clients to enjoy breakfast, lunch or other refreshments during the show. The area features a bar and a self-serve bistro with seating for 75+. Throughout BUILDEX the Construct Café serves as the primary area for attendees from the construction industry to meet, greet and conduct business.

SPONSORED BY

WINE BAR & BISTRO SPONSORED BY

Located on the east wall of the tradeshow floor, the Wine Bar & Bistro is another option for lunch and other refreshments during the show.

HAYS JOB BOARD RETURNS FOR 2013 The HAYS On-Site Job Board will return to BUILDEX Vancouver 2013. The HAYS On-Site Job Board caters to JOB POSTERS and JOB SEEKERS within the Construction, Property Management and Design industries.

Thursday, February 14, 2013 Breakfast and Keynote: 7:30am – 10:00am

The HAYS On-Site Job Board is located at the lobby/entrance area of the tradeshow floor.

Join us and be inspired by our keynote speaker, Canadian design icon and entrepreneur John Fluevog known for his progressive and art deco inspired shoe styles. Sooz Klinkhamer, past-chair of the interior design department at Kwantlen University, will receive the 2013 Leadership Award of Excellence, which recognizes her outstanding contributions to the profession of interior design.

CLUBONE

Individual Tickets: $125 Tables of 10: $1250 For information contact Debora Abreu, marketing coordinator, Interior Designers of Canada, at dabreau@idcanada.org or call 416.649.4428 or 877.443.4425.

A VIP program for BUILDEX Attendees offering: • A VIP Lounge with complimentary snacks & coffee • A separate check-in counter at registration • Coat and parcel check • Additional networking opportunities and more!

SPONSORED BY

To be eligible for ClubOne VIP you and/or your company must spend $1000 or more on seminars. All ClubOne qualifiers will be notified prior to the event via email. For more information contact Gillian Wright at 604.730.2058 or gillian.wright@informacanada.com.

See you in 2014

FEBRUARY 19 & 20, 2014

VANCOUVER CONVENTION CENTRE WEST

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EXHIBIT INQUIRIES:

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Michael Pelsoci Ben Carson michael.pelsoci@informacanada.com ben.carson@informacanada.com 604.730.2034 604.730.2032

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thesprinter.ca

The Sprinter delivers – starting with this amazing offer for Buildex Vancouver. Sign up at the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter booth (#331) to be eligible for a

2

% RATE REDUCTION

when you lease or finance a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter*

This offer is exclusive to show attendees and can be combined with existing sales offers.

City: 13.8L/100 km1 Highway: 9.4L/100 km1 1

Sprinter 2500 144" Cargo Van

© 2013 Mercedes-Benz Canada Inc. 2013 Sprinter 2500 144" Cargo Van with optional High Roof shown, national MSRP $45,400. *Lease and finance offer based on the 2013 Sprinter Vans available only through Mercedes-Benz Financial Services on approved credit for a limited time. Entitlement is to a 2% reduction in lease or finance rate offered. Dealer may lease or finance for less. Offer may change without notice. To take advantage of this offer please register at the Mercedes-Benz Canada booth at Buildex Vancouver on February 13 and 14, 2013. See your authorized Mercedes-Benz dealer for details or call the MB Customer Relations Centre at 1-800-387-0100. This special show offer is valid until March 31, 2013 for all model year 2013 in-stock units, offer may be withdrawn without notice. 1Based on on-road fuel economy & performance testing of 2011 Sprinter 2500 144” Cargo Van at 50% load capacity, and at highway/city speeds according to the SAE J1082 & J1491 standards as conducted in the U.S. by WinterPark Engineering in May of 2011 and summarized in a report dated June 10, 2011. Vehicle shown may have lower than advertised fuel efficiency. Your actual fuel consumption may vary. Not for comparison purposes with fuel efficiency data of other vehicles where such data has been determined using Government of Canada approved test methods (“Canadian Tests”). The fuel efficiency data supporting the claims in this advertisement have not been determined using Canadian Tests because such tests are not required for the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. Data from Canadian Tests is being determined and will be available for 2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.

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