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RAIC 2023 Conference on Architecture
2 mai 2023 - 6 mai 2023
Hyatt Regency Calgary
Calgary, AB
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CSCE 2023 Annual Conference
24 mai 2023 - 27 mai 2023
Delta Beausejour Hotel
Moncton, NB
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CSC 2023 Annual Conference
24 mai 2023 - 28 mai 2023
The Westin Calgary Hotel
Calgary, AB
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CPCI Technical Committee Meeting
6 juin 2023 - 13:00:00 to 14:30:00
CPCI Student Education Committee Meeting
8 juin 2023 - 13:00:00 to 14:30:00
CPCI Sustainability, Productivity & Safety Committee Meeting
13 juin 2023 - 13:00:00 to 14:30:00
CPCI Marketing Committee Meeting
15 juin 2023 - 13:00:00 to 14:30:00
CPCI Board of Directors Meeting
20 juin 2023 - 13:00:00 to 15:00:00
TAC 2023 Annual Conference & Exhibition
25 septembre 2023 - 27 septembre 2023
Shaw Centre
Ottawa, ON
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Canadian Parking Association 2023 Annual Conference
1 octobre 2023 - 3 octobre 2023
Hyatt Regency Calgary
Calgary, AB
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Canadian Precast Concrete Convention
6 novembre 2023 - 9 novembre 2023
Hyatt Regency
Toronto, ON
The Buildings Show 2023
30 novembre 2023 - 1 décembre 2023
Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Toronto, ON
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CPCI Recognizes Excellence in the AEC Community
CPCI is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 CPCI Annual Awards for industry partners. Held annually at the CPCI Fall Committee Meetings, the Awards celebration promotes the precast concrete industry within the regions of Canada, and winners are chosen from the region where the event is held. This year, the CPCI meetings were held in beautiful Halifax, NS. Congratulations to the 2022 winners!
Introducing the 2022-2023 Precast Concrete Wellness Bench Student Design Competition
The Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute (CPCI) is pleased to announce the Precast Concrete Wellness Bench Student Design Competition for the 2022-2023 school year. The competition, hosted by CPCI, is a great opportunity for students to learn about precast prestressed concrete design and construction. This year’s theme is a Wellness Bench where students will be challenged to utilize precast concrete in their design. The competition is open to all students enrolled in Architecture, Civil Engineering, or Civil Engineering Technology programs.
Technical Developments
The National Research Council (NRC) soundPATHS tool now includes total precast concrete scenarios
We are pleased to announce that the National Research Council (NRC) soundPATHS tool has now been updated to include total precast concrete scenarios. “The National Research Council's (NRC) soundPATHS web application is a prediction tool for the calculation of direct and flanking sound transmission between adjacent rooms. The software uses the calculation procedure outlined in the 2015 edition of the National Building Code of Canada.” CPCI is proud to have contributed to the development of this tool through sponsored research from the CPCI Technical Committee and staff involvement in the multi-sector special interest group.
CPCI Publishes the Self-Consolidating Concrete for Precast Applications: Best Practice Guide
The purpose of this new best practice document is to provide guidance to precasters, designers, specifiers, and owners/agencies on the important characteristics for the design, fabrication, and specification of self-consolidating concrete (SCC). SCC is defined as concrete that flows under its own weight or, with some agitation, spreads readily into place while remaining stable. Get your free copy!
Sustainability News
CPCI Precast Concrete Guide to LEED v4.
April 2019 - Even if you are familiar with LEED, LEED v4 is vastly different than its predecessor. Take a moment to review this valuable guide. It will provide you with specific areas in which precast may be able to contribute directly or indirectly to obtaining LEED credits.
Tool for tracking GHGs in Canada's buildings has "built in" errors. The study Carbon accounting practices need improvements, may misdirect efforts to reduce emissions
April 2019 - One of the major key findings by International Institute for Sustainable Development is that LCA studies typically do not track the carbon emissions or sequestration of what is known as “biogenic carbon” from the extraction and end-of-life stages of wood building products. Collectively, these emissions can represent up to 70 per cent of a wood product’s total lifecycle emissions., challenging the prevailing assumption that wood construction materials are lower carbon than other construction materials, such as concrete and steel.
Mel Marshall Making Waves in Education
For Mel Marshall, president of Mel C. Marshall Industrial Consultants Inc., education programming at the National Precast Concrete Association has always provided ample satisfaction. “It’s a selfish feeling,” Marshall said. “People say, ‘Great, we appreciate you doing this.’ I say, ‘I’m doing it because I love it. I absolutely love it.’” Mel Marshall has been educating and captivating students at NPCA events for nearly 20 years. Thankfully, the students love it too. Marshall is one of many industry experts who serve as the core team to design and shape the overall approach of NPCA’s education programming, which has gained interest, excitement and participation over the past two decades.
Business Networking Events? Strike Up A Conversation
Business networking events are a great place to connect with professionals within any market niche. They offer career minded professionals a great avenue to meet new people and expand their professional connections and set the stage for new career opportunities. Click on the link below to read more.
Did You Know
All Imagineering Magazine Editions are Available Online
Imagineering magazine is the voice of the Canadian precast concrete industry. The magazine features notable projects, technical articles, the latest industry innovations and more. All editions of the magazine are available for free download on the CPCI website. Check them out today.
You Can Post your Employment Opportunities on the CPCI Website
CPCI’s website features an employment section. Members are encouraged to send their employment opportunities to Amanda Airey at amanda.airey@cpci.ca. The employment section of the website is promoted in our social media outlets and our Imagineering newsletter which is sent out to engineers architects and other industry professionals.
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