« With over 1050 exhibits, Construct Canada will be held concurrently with HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, PM Expo, Concrete Canada, and the DesignTrends Pavillion featuring the very latest in products, technologies, best practices and applications for the design, construction, operation, retrofit, and renovation of all types of buildings. The show takes place from December 1-3, 2010 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Featuring over 450 speakers, the seminar program will focus on a wide range of educational sessions on improving project delivery and smart business practices, leading-edge technology for project design, green buildings, building environments and performance, building envelope solutions, legal, regulatory and risk management, professional and personal skills development, and design trends for building interiors.
More than 23,000 visitors attended Construct Canada in 2009 including architects, builders, contractors, engineers and specifiers, along with building owners, facility managers, property managers, and interior designers.
This year’s National GreenBuilding Conference will focus on sustainable and energy-efficient best practices for the design and construction of higher performance of all types of buildings. Leading green building experts will provide you with insight into new technologies, cost management strategies and project delivery models that will enable you to successfully achieve your environmental and greening objectives.
International visitors attend the show to learn more about Canadian technology, products, services and building systems and construction techniques, and to meet and network with leading Canadian suppliers. The International Business Program has established valuable partnerships and relationships for Canadian manufacturers and service providers with international clients.
Construct Canada will provide you with a unique once-a-year opportunity and a considerable amount of information, all at one place, at one time. You will be able to make valuable contacts and learn about new products, innovations, and market opportunities for 2011. »
(Source: Canadian Architect)