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Speakers & program COntinUing EDUCAtiOn CrEDitS GBCI – Approved Course with credentialing maintenance hours. the average participant will earn 6 hours. Other professional organizations — the Symposium also may be eligible for credits from selfreporting organizations including the AAA, the Association of professional Engineers and geoscientists of Alberta [ApEgA], the Association of Science and Engineering technology professionals of Alberta [ASEt] and the Canadian institute of Quantity Surveyors [CiQS].

SymPoSIum

rEgiStEr nOW AnD SAvE

take advantage of the green Building innovation Showcase to check out the latest products and services that support the sustainable building industry. the Symposium will feature up to 15 easy-to-access displays, available throughout the day and during the evening reception.

the delegate list includes a great range of architects, engineers, builders, building owners and operators, suppliers, municipal planner and building policy makers. register now — and join these industry leaders. Don’t delay! After monday, April 14, registration fee for the Symposium is $665 + gSt.

Check out www.asbs2014.ca for details.

rEgiStEr At WWW.ASBS2014.CA

PReSeNteRS offeR wealth of exPeRtISe

[1] mosaic centre: alBerta’s first liVing Building? Shafraaz kaba, Architect and partner with manasc isaac, Jennifer hancock, Director of innovative Construction with Chandos, and Dennis Cuku, mosaic Co-founder

[2] Building Better neighBourhoods Jonathan Lay, Development manager at genstar, and greg mackenzie, Senior planner with Select Engineering Consultants

[3] Beauty

and Performance: the oPPortunity of liVing architecture Dr. maureen Connelly, Director, Faculty of the Centre for Architectural Ecology at the British Columbia institute of technology, and kerry ross, green t Design, inc. [one of the first green roof professionals]

[4] materials transParency: what matters for sustainaBility Braden kurczak, manager of Buildings Sustainability with mmm group, and nadine gudz, Director, Sustainability Strategy with interface

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[5] construction

and design: moVing from the industrial to digital age teresa Coady, Chief Operating Officer with kasian

[6] Planning for sustainaBility: the west camPus exPerience

[10] fuelling green innoVation with the internet of eVerything Bill macgowan, Director of Cisco Smart+Connected real Estate and Smart+Connected Communities in Canada, Cisco Canada

[11] achieVing leed Platinum for

Antonio gomez-palacio, Founding partner, and John Lyons, national Director of Sustainability, both with DiALOg [toronto]

existing Buildings graham halsall, project manager, and melanie ross, green planning and Design Consultant, both with halsall

[7] the hidden risks of green

[12] autodesk Vasari

Buildings ralf nielsen, Director, Sustainability Services with mhpm project Leaders

[8] communication strategies for maximizing commissioning Adam Stoker, Sustainability Consultant, University of Calgary, and James Furlong, practice Lead, Stantec’s Building Engineering team

[9] designing for

density along new transit corridors ryan Bragg, perkins + Will, vancouver

as a sustainaBility tool victor Okhoya, Bim Director, kasian

[13] fort mcmurray downtown deVeloPment: a model of urBan sustainaBility Andrew Bond, Sustainability Coordinator, regional municipality of Wood Buffalo

[14] assessing the imPact of architectural form on energy Performance Steve kemp, manager of Sustainability, mmm group [15] reVitalizing an historic Building through community engagement marten Duhoux, principal, ft3

Alberta FOCUS - Spring 2014  
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