CSC Luncheon - Ten Plus Architectural Louvres - Sunshades and Vision Screens

February 18, 2016 -

 

HAMILTON/NIAGARA CHAPTER

MEETING NOTICE LUNCHEON PRESENTATION

TEN PLUS ARCHITECTURAL LOUVRES
SUNSHADES AND VISION SCREENS


When: Thursday, February 18, 2016
Where: Royal Canadian Legion, 828 Legion Road, BURLINGTON, ON.
Time: Registration: 11:30 AM Lunch: 12:00 Noon
Presentation: 12:45 PM (Meeting to end by 2 PM)

Literature/Product Tables: Before Lunch & After the Presentation.
A Networking opportunity for manufacturers and suppliers.
Literature /product tables are available at $50.00 each, book with Terry

Cost: $25.00 Per Person, payable at the door. Receipts on arrival, ATM on site.

(Cheques payable to CSC Hamilton/Niagara Chapter).

Target Audience: Architects, Landscape Architects, Engineers, Specification Writers, Building Code Professionals, Owners, Property Managers, Contractors, Sub-Contractors.

Qualifies for OAA Points

Provider/Description: Michael J. Pace, C.E.T., BSSO

Architectural louvers, sunshades and vision screens are functional elements and are increasingly an integral part of the building cladding system.

The presentation will include:

The materials used to construct these elements; metals, coatings, product selection criteria, aesthetics and how these products are connected to the cladding systems.

Michael J. Pace, C.E.T., BSSO

Michael Pace is the president of Building Resource Incorporated, manufacturer’s agent for specialty construction products and SRP Canada, an importer and distributor of breathable membranes. He is a Certified Engineering Technologist (C.E.T. Civil) and a Building Science Specialist Ontario (BSSO). For over 30 years Michael has promoted specialty construction products in both Canada and the USA. This includes a broad range of markets including roofing, building envelope, waterproofing, building restoration, concrete flooring and corrosion resistant flooring. Michael is a member of RCI, OBEC, CSC (25 years) and OACETT. He is also a member of the Toronto Construction Association and served on their board of directors as the chairman of the Construct Canada Trade Show, 1998 to 2000. Michael is a supporter of the Toronto Big Brothers Association and and other children’s charities.

Book your attendance by contacting:

Terry Johnson FCSC: E Preferred: tjohnson32@cogeco.ca. Cell: 905 220 5366

Door prizes are appreciated. Thank you.

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