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RAIC 2021 Virtual Conference on Architecture

RAIC 2021 Virtual Conference on Architecture

June 2021

The RAIC 2021 Virtual Conference on Architecture brings together professionals at every stage of their career to learn, explore, and discuss the challenges and opportunities facing their practice. The virtual program offers educational sessions in a flexible format. Participants will learn from industry-leading experts through educational sessions on a diverse range of topics. Join your colleagues and fulfill your continuing education requirements through over 24 hours of content available with the all-new All Access Pass.

A full schedule of events is at http://www.raic.org/conference2021

Registration launched on February 24, 2021 and is open until May 28, 2021. Register today for access to a months’ worth of engaging architectural opportunities.

Register now: http://www.raic.org/conference2021

 

EIFS Council of Canada Architectural Design Awards

Registrations open until March 31st 2021
Final submission packages: April 30th, 2021

The ECC’s annual Awards Program showcases outstanding EIFS projects completed in Canada during a defined criteria period. Last year’s Grand Prize was awarded to the mid-rise residential project ‘Sage 10,’ by IBI Group. The Sage 10 was selected by the esteemed jury panel from amongst the seven excellent category finalists.

The Awards Program is open to all architects, architectural firms, builders or design professionals that have designed and completed a project located in Canada that utilizes EIFS. Eligible projects must be occupied no sooner than January 1st, 2019 and no later than January 31st, 2021. All applicants may submit their projects in one of seven categories: 1) low rise residential, 2) mid-rise residential, 3) high rise residential, 4) commercial/retail, 5) recreational/institutional, 6) hospitality, and 7) renovation.

http://eifscouncil.org/eifs-design-awards-program

 

Managing Contracts to Minimize Conflict – “Do Your Job”

March 23, 24, 25 7:30 – 11:30 am PST

By sharing decades of expertise from the training team, this workshop will help you to understand the roles, responsibilities and expectations of the CCDC contract clauses that are our commitments to each other. This understanding will empower you to manage and mitigate risk to ensure your project is successful. When you “KNOW” your job, you can “DO” your job! Be the Project Owner, Consultant or Contractor who is known for “doing the JOB well!”

“This course was full of valuable information on the interpretation of different CCDC contract clauses from the different perspectives of the parties involved.”

Register: https://winnipegconstructionassociation.arlo.co/w/courses/99-managing-contracts-to-minimize-conflict

Upcoming courses at the WCA: https://winnipegconstructionassociation.arlo.co/w/upcoming/

 

 

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