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MEET OUR SPEAKERS

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Geoff Shellard

 Architectural Design Manager ,Guardian Glass

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Anton Van Dyke

Layton Consulting

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Don Welsh

MBA, TORMAX Canada

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Casey Anderson

Marketing Manager, ICD High Performance Coatings + Chemistries

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Sean Pander

City of Vancouver

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Terry Adamson

Technical Director, Fenestration Canada

Education

EDUCATION SCHEDULE

COMMERCIAL Chapter and Recruitment Committee update

9am-9:45am

Commercial Chapter and Recruitment Committee update

 

Brent Friesen, Fenestration Canada's Commercial Chapter Chair and Paul Warltier, Recruitment Task Group Chair. 

COMMERCIAL DOOR SYSTEMS

11am-12PM

Don Welsh MBA from TORMAX Canada Inc. will delve into the world of Automated Entrances and explore a wide range of pedestrian automatic doors. Welsh’s presentation will cover project requirements, building code compliance, site conditions, product applications, fire routes, barrier-free designs, and more.

 

Don Welsh, TORMAX

CITY OF VANCOUVER COMMERCIAL GLAZING PROJECTS

1PM-1:30PM

Sean Pander, Green Building Manager for the City of Vancouver will provide detailed insights into the process and procedures involved in constructing a commercial building in the beautiful but complex City of Glass.

 

Sean Pander, Green Building Manager for the City of Vancouver

Silicone Coatings: A Guide to Specifying Spandrel and Backpainted Glass

3:15pM-4:15pm

Glass coating chemistry selection can affect both anticipated aesthetic and performance project characteristics, while expectation of glass and coating configuration and operation vary widely within CSI MasterFormat Division 08 and 09 based on the detailing of performance, prescriptive, or proprietary types of specification. This course provides specifiers, architects, and designers critical education about specifying silicone-based glass coating technologies based on project-driven requirements. Attendees will learn about key technical, aesthetic, and performance considerations for spandrel and backpainted glass, including applicable standards. Product defense methods will also be addressed to improve communication between design and construction teams, and strengthen their data-driven focus to utilize silicone-coated glass to meet design and performance goals.

Casey Anderson, ICD High Performance Coating

GLASS TECHNOLOGY AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE

9:45am-10:45am

Insights on the trends that are driving innovation in fenestration and commercial glazing.

Geoff Shellard, Architectural Design Manager for Guardian Glass. 
 

LUNCh (INCLUDED for all attendees)

12PM - 1PM

Enjoy lunch and visit our exhibitors. 

 

The Engineering Process; Before or After you Quote a Project

2pm-3PM

This presentation will cover the following topics:

 

History of fenestration engineering and how structural engineering has been managed in construction.


The transition from standardization fenestration systems to customization systems and how this impacts engineering.


Who is responsible for code compliance, the manufacture, the engineer or architect and how is responsibility passed through the process?


How do you navigate conflicts on code and standard and who can make the decisions.


Specs that appear to be “copy and paste” versus the request for project specific structural design and thermal modeling.

 

Anton Van Dyk, Layton Consulting

Showcase & networking

4:15pm - 5PM

 

Visit our exhibitors and networks with the other attendees.

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Exhibit

EXHIBIT

Please fill up the form if you would like to exhibit at the CGC.

 

Space is limited.

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