The Building Show is North America’s largest event for products, services, educational programming and professional networking. Bringing together Construct Canada, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, PM Expo, and World of Concrete Toronto Pavilion under one roof for the built community.

We’re excited that members of our building science services team will be presenting two full sessions at this year’s conference. The Building Show will take place from December 1-3 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Visit our presenters during the conference to learn about some innovative projects and solutions to unique building challenges.

More information and registration here.

Building Condition Assessment: How Well Do You Know Your Building?

Wednesday, December 1 @ 10:00am – 11:00am

Periodic building system assessments are usually performed to fulfill specific transactional due diligence requirements. Just as important though, assessments for future capital planning purposes can inform property managers and owners of financial resource needs to prioritize and plan for future capital projects. Case studies will be examined to illustrate issues found during recent building condition assessments to allow property managers and owners to be on the look-out for similar failure mechanisms at their facilities.
Presented by: Jon Juffs, Director, Facilities Assessments and Restoration

A Guiding Path to Safe Air Quality Solutions: Post COVID Market

Thursday, December 2nd @ 10:00am – 11:00am

Buildings present significant microbial risk to residents, staff, and visitors. This panel discussion will help property managers, operations, and building owners to learn about the vital implications of indoor air quality processes and products to help mitigate the risk of infection and community-spread illness. This session will provide industry insights and actionable strategies, including how to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 to improve indoor air quality, whilst eliminating energy waste and reducing carbon footprint.
Presented by: Mario Morana, Manager, Hazardous Materials/Environmental Health & Safety, Christopher Ridabock, Bosely Realestate and Josh Lewis, Nerva Energy

About the Presenters

Jon JuffsJon Juffs, Director, Facilities Assessments and Restoration
Jon Juffs is the Director, Facilities Assessments and Restoration at McIntosh Perry. His team conducts, delivers, and analyzes many reserve fund studies, pre- performance audits, performance audits, failure investigations, and property condition assessments. Jon’s career is dedicated to the assessment and rehabilitation of occupied buildings. He is a member of OACETT, OIQS, ACMO, and CCI who awarded the ACCI designation to him in 2005. In 2006, Jon co-authored the book “Reserve Fund Essentials” a very tell-it-like-it-is resource for Owners, Managers, and Professionals involved with capital repair planning in co-owned property environments.
Connect with Jon on LinkedIn. 

Mario Morana, Manager, Hazardous Materials/Environmental Health & Safety
With over 20 years of experience, Mario Morana currently manages the Hazardous Materials/ Environmental Health & Safety at McIntosh Perry. Working closely with clients, contractors and other project stakeholders, Mario manages projects on a regional to national level, ensuring project milestones are met and a high-level of customer service is maintained. He has extensive experience in asbestos, mould contamination, designated substance’s surveys, abatements, indoor air quality (IAQ’s), environmental site assessments, and industrial hygiene. Mario’s strong construction background coupled with his strong leadership skills and diverse experience of the industry has proven beneficial in providing several clients and contractors with direction and resourceful solutions for a wide variety of projects.
Connect with Mario on LinkedIn. 


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