Date: Thursday, March 9th, 2022
Duration: 2 Hours
Time: 2PM - 2:30PM Eastern - Networking &Refreshments
2:30-4PM Eastern - Session Content
Location: Toronto Arup Offices, 121 Bloor St East, Toronto
Registration opens Monday, February 6
Sustainability in mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) is usually discussed in the energy efficiency sphere and overlooking other crucial sustainability attributes. With the launch of CLF’s MEP 2040 Challenge, more holistic conversations about these systems are gaining momentum. Join our panel of industry experts who will broaden the sustainability discussion to include behind-the-wall products, explore the role and value of optimized EDPs, specification and considerations for building out a sustainable system, and strategies on reducing embodied and operational carbon.
This in-person session is ideal for engineers, building operators, procurement specialists, specifiers, and MEP manufacturers.
Ticket price includes session and refreshments.
CAGBC is committed to responsible in-person gatherings that follow the guidance of provincial and national health officials. Masks are recommended but not required. Attendees will be asked to fill out a COVID self-assessment prior to attendance.
Panelists and Presenters
This event will feature the following presenters:
Eric Campbell - Sustainability Design Engineer, Introba
Suzanne Wiltshire - Business Developer, Mitsubishi Electric Sales Canada
TBD - Schneider Electric
Moderator: Annie Bevan - Global Head of Sustainability, Superior Essex