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Green Building Council presents campus-focused summit

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Green Building Council presents campus-focused summit

TORONTO — The Greater Toronto Chapter of the Canada Green Building Council has announced the lineup of speakers for its Post-Secondary Summit on Advancing Green Building on Campus to be held in Hamilton June 13.

The event will run from 9 to 4 at Mohawk College’s Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation on Fennell Ave. W. in Hamilton.

The summit will highlight green building programs at Ontario universities and colleges in four sessions: New Green Buildings on Campus; Building Performance and Retrofits on Campus; Interactive Discussion: From Campus Projects to Market Transformation; and The Future of Green on Campus

The event will also feature a tour of Mohawk College’s Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation, a zero-carbon certified building.

Speakers will include Robert Davies, principal, Montgomery Sisam; Alice Liang, principal, Montgomery Sisam; Daniel Ling, principal, Montgomery Sisam; Daniel Teramura, principal, Moriyama & Teshima Architects; Suzanne Brant, president and CEO, First Nations Technical Institute ; Katherine Rinas, project and program manager, sustainable energy systems, Sheridan College; Veronica Madonna, principal, Moriyama + Teshima; Aman Hehar, energy manager, Humber College; Amandeep Deol, director of engineering, Enerlife Consulting Inc.; and Simon van Wonderen, partner, MCW Custom Energy Solutions Ltd.

Among the projects and themes to be discussed will be Centennial College and University of Toronto, Scarborough, presented by Aijevich, national manager, business and strategy development, sustainability and energy, WSP; Low-Carbon Learning Communities, with Tom Davis, professor, School of Building Technology, Fanshawe College; the MacNaughton Building at the University of Guelph, presented by David Riley, senior mechanical engineer, McCallumSather; and the New Science Building Project, University of Toronto, Mississauga, with Edmund Wong, senior energy and sustainability consultant, Arup.

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