Vancouver Island Chapter

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The Vancouver Island Chapter serves

the entire Island and the Gulf Islands

 

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Past CSC Vancouver Island Events

 

Thursday, April 13: Victoria

How to Build a Glass House (Structural Glass)

Presented by Leonard Pianalto of RJC

 

Thursday, February 23: Victoria

Material Considerations in LEED v4

Presented by Marsha Gentile of Ledcor

Click here for presentation pdf

 

Thursday, January 26: Victoria

Decorative Concrete Toppings

Presented by Sherri Wildman of Ardex

 

Thursday, November 24: Victoria

Complete Construction Documentation: Photo, Video, Webcam, and UAV (Drones)

Presented by Multivista

 

Thursday, October 13: Victoria

The Art and Science of Rammed Earth

Presented by Meror Krayenhoff of SIREWALL

 

Thursday, October 6: Sooke

Eco Home Tour of "Cabin in the Woods"

Presented by Tony Johnson of Earth House Holdings Ltd.

 

Thursday, September 22: Victoria

Quality Assurance and Warranties in the Waterproofing Industry

Presented by Jim Arnall and Philippe Henry of Engineered Site Products 

  

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Thursday, April 27th - Victoria

Injecting Carbon Dioxide into Concrete

Presented by Christie Gamble, CarbonCure

CarbonCure is leading an initiative to reduce the carbon footprint of the concrete industry. CarbonCure has recently partnered with Butler Brothers, a leading ready mix concrete producer who has been serving Victoria since the early 1940's.

Using the CarbonCure technology, Butler Brothers is injecting carbon dioxide (CO2) recycled from large emitters into its concrete products. The CO2 becomes chemically converted into a solid mineral, thereby permanently sequestering the CO2, while improving the concrete's compressive strength. 

Click here for more information and to register

 

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