CSC Toronto Chapter 

31 Adelaide Street East
P.O. Box 36
Toronto, Ontario M5C 2H8

1.844.4CSC.TOR (427.2867)










                                 Upcoming Chapter Events         



February Dinner Meeting

February 6th, 2018

Toronto Skating, Curling, and Cricket Club 

141 Wilson Avenue (1 block east of Avenue Rd.) 


Topic:  Surface Preparation for Commercial Coatings Systems

Speaker: Steven Whyte, PPG Industries

Steven has spent over twenty-five years in the paint and coating industry which includes ten years in Technical Services as well as Research and Development.He has previous Board experience as a Master Painters Insititute (MPI) Technical Committee Member, OPCA Technical Committee Member and CGSB Paints and Coatings Committee Member (Non-voting). Steven has worked for many groups including Bapco, ICI, AkzoNobel and is now employed with the parent company PPG holding the title of Architectural Specifications Manager. Steven has been involved with various paint brands over the years is qualified as a NACE Level 2 Coating Inspector.

Details: Surface Preparation: Building a Solid Foundation is an AIA Accredited Continuing Education System Program. This program will enlighten the participant on the importance of proper surface preparation in relation to the longevity and performance of a coating. It will provide further insight to the design professional on the various surface preparation methods on steel or concrete, and discuss the importance of choosing and specifying the correct preparation methods for these substrates and the chosen coating.


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April Dinner Meeting

April 10, 2018

Toronto Cricket, Curling and Skating Club

141 Wilson Avenue (1 block east of Avenue Rd.)


Topic: TBD

Speaker: TBD

Details: TBA

 *Exciting announcement coming soon*


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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.