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P.O. Box 36
Toronto, Ontario M5C 2H8

1.844.4CSC.TOR (427.2867)
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CONSTRUCTION CANADA - EMERGING LEADER AWARDS 2019

KAZIM (KAZ) KANANI, CCCA, CSP
Construction Specifications Canada
3rd Vice-President

On behalf of the CSC Toronto Chapter, we wish to congratulate Kaz on being recognized at the Emerging Leader Awards 2019.  What an incredible accomplishment to be acknowledged by the architectural and construction industry for your contribution and leadership.

 

We are happy for you and your continued professional successes, and equally pleased to have you as a member of the CSC Toronto Chapter.

 




January 2020 - Annual Chapter Celebration & Dinner Meeting
HERITAGE CONSERVATION IN TORONTO


Toronto was founded as a small scale colonial capital that emerged as a global city in the 20th Century. This talk will study in-depth the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse efforts associated with the Distillery District, the Don Jail (Bridgepoint Active Healthcare) and 1 Spadina Crescent (Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design) with which ERA had a key role in repairing and reusing the historic buildings. The talk will focus on some of the technical challenges associated with the projects. 
 
Speaker: 
Andrew Pruss
Principal,  ERA Architects Inc. 
 
 Andrew Pruss is a Principal with ERA Architects in Toronto, Canada.  ERA specializes in architecture, landscape, and planning in relation to historic places.  They frequently work collaboratively with other firms to engage in conserving and reusing heritage architecture and improving the built environment. They have offices in Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa.  Andrew has lead key adaptive reuse projects including the rehabilitation of the Distillery District and other historic properties in the Toronto area.
Date:
January 14th, 2020 (registration closes January 13th at 9:00 PM)
Location:
Toronto Skating Curling and Cricket Club

141 Wilson Ave., Toronto (1 block east of Avenue Rd.)
Time:
17:00 - Appetizers & Cocktails
18:00 - Dinner
19:00 - Presentation
 
 Cost:
$48.67 + HST = $55.00 - Member
$53.10 + HST = $60.00 - Non-Member
$57.52 + HST = $65.00 - Cash at the Door
$234.51 + HST = $265.00 - Booklet of 6 Dinner Tickets*
 
  Please note that the purchase of a Booklet of 6 dinner meeting tickets will result in 1 ticket being applied for this dinner meeting and the remaining 5 tickets will be supplied upon registration at the dinner meeting. Booklets are available to CSC Members Only. Ticket holders must sign-up for each meeting in advance using Karelo. Failure to do so will result in $30+HST Admin fee being levied per occurrence. 
 
 Information: 
Connor James, CSC Toronto Chapter Program Committee (connor.james@dupont.com
Kiyoshi Kuroiwa, CSC Toronto Chapter Program Committee  (KiyoshiK@aercoustics.com
Phuong Huynh, Chapter Administrator (admin@csctoronto.ca)
 

 

Peer Discussion Group (PDG)

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE NEW CONSTRUCTION ACT 

The next CSC Toronto Chapter Peer Discussion Group will be on 22 January 2020.  The topic will be focused on highlights from the new Construction Act from a Contract Administration Perspective.  As the Construction Act evolves, how do we adapt?  Be sure to sign up for a lively discussion. 

  Light refreshments will be served. Space is limited for this FREE event!
 Date: Wednesday, January 22, 2020 
 Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 
 Location: DIALOG Office @ 35 John Street, Suite 500, Toronto

*** BUILDING ACCESS after hours: 35 John St. entrance and elevator will be open for the event.  Other doors may be locked at this hour. *** 

 

 February 2020 Dinner Meeting 

ENGINEERED GREEN ROOF SYSTEMS FOR STORMWATER MANAGEMENT

This presentation will focus on:
  • growing Media Standards and the importance of FLL guidelines for green roofs;
  • combining blue roof and green roof technologies; 
  • Continuous Drainage Systems; and
  • Active Controls On Roof Drains.
 
Speaker: 
Jeremy Wright
Business Development & Project Manager, ZinCo Canada
 
Jeremy Wright began his career in residential construction working on custom cottages in Northern Ontario prior to his transition into residential green roof construction in Guelph, Ontario.  In 2018, Jeremy joined ZinCo Canada as a Business Development and Project Manager overseeing the technical sales department of green roof consultation and on-site assistance for commercial and residential green roof projects.  He is passionate about construction, bettering the environment and gaining experience in the Canadian roofing industry. 
 
Date:
February 4th, 2020 (registration closes February 3rd at 9:00 PM)
 
Location:
Toronto Skating Curling and Cricket Club
141 Wilson Ave., Toronto (1 block east of Avenue Rd.)
 
Time:
5:15 pm - Cocktails
6:00 pm - Dinner
7:00 pm - Presentation
 
Cost:
$48.67 + HST = $55.00 - Member
$53.10 + HST = $60.00 - Non-Member
$57.52 + HST = $65.00 - Cash at the Door
$234.51 + HST = $265.00 - Booklet of 6 Dinner Tickets*

Please note that the purchase of a Booklet of 6 dinner meeting tickets will result in 1 ticket being applied for this dinner meeting and the remaining 5 tickets will be supplied upon registration at the dinner meeting. Booklets are available to CSC Members Only. Ticket holders must sign-up for each meeting in advance using Karelo. Failure to do so will result in a $30+HST Admin fee being levied per occurrence. 

  
Information:
Connor James, CSC Toronto Chapter Program Committee (connor.james@dupont.com)
Kiyoshi Kuroiwa, CSC Toronto Chapter Program Committee  (KiyoshiK@aercoustics.com)
Phuong Huynh, Chapter Administrator (admin@csctoronto.ca)
 
 

 

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Chapter's Mission Statement

 

The Toronto Chapter is dedicated to the improvement of communication, contract documentation, and technical information in the construction

industry.  The Toronto Chapter was the founding chapter of Construction Specifications Canada and today is the largest chapter of the association. 

Since our start in 1954, the chapter has offered a wide range of educational programs, social events and networking opportunities to the Greater  

Toronto Area construction community.

 

Toronto Chapter Pinnacle Sponsors 2019-2020