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CEO Breakfast to focus on construction’s economic headwinds post-pandemic

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CEO Breakfast to focus on construction’s economic headwinds post-pandemic

TORONTO — The 33rd annual CEO Keynote Address and Breakfast will take an in-depth look at the economy and challenges the construction industry is facing post-pandemic.

Co-hosted by the Toronto Construction Association (TCA) and ConstructConnect, this year’s event is free and will be held in-person Dec. 1 at 8 a.m. at The Buildings Show, which is taking place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2.

Four industry professionals will take part in a discussion pertaining to an Economic Outlook and Construction Industry Challenges in a Post-COVID World.

John Mollenhauer, president and COO of the TCA, is the moderator for the event. Mollenhauer is also president and vice-chancellor of The Construction Institute of Canada, sits on several boards of directors and serves on program advisories for a number of Ontario colleges and universities.

Speakers include Monique Buckberger, vice-president and district manager for PCL Constructors Canada, who is known for pushing boundaries and models the way for the next generation of builders; Michael Guckes, senior economist with ConstructConnect, who started in construction economics as a leading economist for the Ohio Department of Transportation; and Jeff Murva, president of J. Murva Consulting Ltd., an engineer with 32 years of experience in managing the development, design and construction of award-winning building projects. To register for the breakfast click here. CEOB123 is the promotion code during registration.

For over 30 years, The Buildings Show has provided a platform for the industry to get a first-hand overview of the built environment. The show consists of Construct Canada, PM Expo, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo and the World of Concrete Toronto Pavilion.

This year the event will feature “innovative, sustainable and advanced technology directly impacting people, places, properties, portfolios, energy use and operational efficiencies within the built environment from the entire lifecycle of a building.”

Those attending The Buildings Show can sit-in on expert-led seminars, panels, roundtables and demonstrations. There is also an opportunity to earn continuing education credits from BOMA, OAA, BSSB, CAHPI and ARIDO. For more information click here.

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