What advancements in construction and design technology mean for real estate development in the GTA.
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Construction cranes are the most visible sign of real estate development in any city. The GTA is experiencing unprecedented growth and Toronto tops North America in terms of cranes in active use. As a result of this rapid pace of development in Toronto and macro-economic factors, there is increasing pressure on craft labour and construction costs. The construction industry is responding to these challenges through technological advancements in offsite manufacturing and advanced design.
Join us for breakfast on March 26th when we examine how these innovations will impact the broader real estate ecosystem. Gain insights from leading experts in construction and design on major trends impacting commercial development in the GTA.
Mike Yorke, President, Local 27 Carpenters Union
Terry Olynyk, Director, Business Development, PCL Construction
Marlon Bray, Senior Director, Cost and Project Management, Altus Group
Zenon Radewych, Principal, WZMH Architects
Nadia Yen, Director, Green Development, First Gulf
Joseph Ogilvie, National Director, High Performance Buildings, Turner Construction Company
AGENDA: 7:30 to 8:00 am - Networking (Breakfast provided) | 8:00 to 9:30 am - Presentation
VENUE: Toronto Region Board of Trade, First Canadian Place, 77 Adelaide St. W., Fourth Floor
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