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Deadline to register: Wednesday, November 18
Please note that there will be an additional charge of $25 for registration at the door.
2:30 p.m. | Registration
3 – 4 p.m. | Paint Matters TM (1 IDCEC hour)
Paint is viewed as simply aesthetic, yet it can lead to either a very positive first impression or a lasting negative one. Long after a project is completed the performance of the paint system speaks to the quality of a building and the care put into it by the owner and designer. Paint is also the first line of defense against the elements. When paint performance does not live up to expectations it not only results in tragic and costly consequences to the project. It also impacts the reputation of everyone associated with it.
Davis Kyle is the Executive Vice President of MPI and has been in the coatings industry from more than 30 years. With extensive experience in both new construction and facility maintenance, Davis has witnessed a variety of costly project disasters resulting from the lack of an unbiased specification. As a former LEED AP and Certified Technical Representative (CTR) Davis worked to educate specifiers through accredited programs on the value of performance based coating standards.
4 – 5 p.m. | Low VOC coatings (1 IDCEC hour + HSW)
Part two of the presentation approaches the need for coating systems that are designed to maximize performance while meeting or exceeding environmental and low VOC requirements.
5 – 5:15 p.m. | Break
5:15 – 6:15 p.m. | Well-Being (1 IDCEC hour + HSW)
The sustainability movement has led to a new awareness of how to design buildings to be more sustainable. But what are we doing for the occupant? True, greener buildings are healthier for the occupant with better lighting, more access to natural daylight, reduced exposure to toxins and increased fresh air. But that’s not enough. Sitting stagnantly at a desk staring at a computer all day is killing us faster than anything else. Many office-based workers are not living healthy lives, and we as the design community have an opportunity to change.
Tracey Conn has a Bachelor of Applied Interior Design from Mount Royal University and has studied marketing and business development. While a practicing designer she worked in corporate, health care, hospitality, and residential design. She joined Teknion in 2012 as the A&D Market Manager for Teknion in BC, responsible for providing information on environmental and industry related topics, as well as being a resource to designers and architects for solutions in workplace, hospitality, and higher education design.
|Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, Simon Fraser University (Map)
|Date & Time
|Wednesday, November 25
2:30 – 6:15 p.m. PT
|Registered & Intern Members: $95.00
|To register, please click here
|up to 3 IDCEC hours