Greg Hildebrand, M. Sc.(Eng). C.E.T
Greg attained an Honours Diploma in Biochemical Technology with Distinction from Durham College in 1980, followed by a Masters of Science (Façade Engineering) degree from the University of Bath, U.K. in 2003.
Greg started his career at the Ontario Research Foundation in 1980 and spent the next eleven years in the research and development field relating to corrosion and electrochemistry and building science with the ten-year development of a large-scale building science laboratory. Over this period Greg worked on a number of high profile research projects including: establishing heat build-up characteristics of residential wiring encapsulated in polyurethane foam insulation, the performance of masonry air barriers and thermal attributes of sealed insulating glass units incorporating new low emissivity coatings and argon fills, to name a few. In 1991 Greg joined a motley crew which included, Gus Handegord, Eric Burnett, John Timusk and James Lischkoff at exp Services Inc. (formerly Trow Inc.) as Head of the Façade Engineering Group. In addition to his responsibilities as Head of the Façade Group, in 2013 he was also appointed the Assistant Manager of the Building Engineering Team, which encompasses the Concrete Rehabilitation Group, the Façade Group, the Condominium Group, the New Construction Group, the Roofing Group and the Structural Group.
Since the early 1980’s Greg has been and remains an active participant a number of building related standard committees,
"Window Energy Labelling" CAN/CSA A440.2-M98
Greg is also an active member of a number of industry and professional associations
Greg has presented at numerous local (OBEC) and national building envelope conferences including a recent presentation at the 14th Canadian Conference on Building Science and Technology in Toronto. Together with Dave Prohaska, P. Eng., Greg taught the Window & Curtain Wall Systems course which was part of the Building Science Certificate Program at the University of Toronto. Similar courses were also provided to the Toronto Construction Association
Dr. Ted Kesik, P.Eng.
Ted Kesik is a professor of building science in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design at the University of Toronto. He entered the construction industry in 1974 and has since gained extensive experience in the various aspects of building enclosure design, energy modeling and systems integration.
Professor Kesik’s research interests include high performance buildings, durability, life cycle assessment, and sustainability. Dr. Kesik continues to practice professionally as a consulting engineer to leading architectural offices, forward thinking enterprises and progressive government agencies. He remains actively involved in technical organizations and is the author of numerous books, studies, reports and articles related to his areas of research and professional practice.
Devin Day, Dryvit
Kevin is a leading expert on building enclosure technologies, and is widely recognized for his extensive cladding engineering experience. Kevin is also a popular public speaker, having traveled across North America to communicate best building practices. His main role is managing the sales, technical development, and marketing of Dryvit's architectural products in Canada.
Kevin's key contributions to building science include: authoring Designing EIFS for a Predictable Service Life (2001), Practical Requirements for Rainscreen EIFS (2002) and Taking the LEED with Durability (MRc8). Kevin has been a member of the BSSO faculty since its inception, and is a former member of CSA-A440.4, and its Committee on window installation, as well as former Chairman of ULC-S716. Kevin is a former President of OBEC and current Vice-Chairman of the EIFS Council of Canada.