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Deconstructing OBC SB-12 2017 Workshop

Various LEARNING HOURS

13 December 2016
Location: Thornhill
Provider: buildABILITY

2017

Date: December 13, 2016 | 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM 
*Breakfast and registration begins at 8:30 AM

Location: Thornhill Golf and Country Club

Group rates are available for 6 or more. Please email training@buildability.ca to set up a group rate.

Limited space to 50 people only!

Course Details: 
This course prepares participants for the Ontario Building Code 2017 SB-12 Energy Efficiency requirements.

  • Learn about the changes to the SB-12 Energy Efficiency requirements with hands-on discussions
  • For smart builders, the time to prepare for the new Code change is now.
  • Get all the insights and guidance you need to interpret the new requirements from the people who did the background analysis for the new SB-12 2017 energy efficiency requirements in the OBC.
  • Our past OBC SB-12 Workshops in the last cycle were wildly successful with over 2000 builders, building officials, and designers trained and prepared for 2012.
  • Be prepared for the next Code Change with information from the original source.
  • Join us for a content-rich, lively, half-day session straight from the source with no fillers or fluff!


About the Speaker: 

Michael Lio, P.Eng, M.Eng
buildABILITY Corporation

Michael Lio is Ontario’s foremost SB-12 expert. He has trained builders, building officials, and designers across Canada. His company has prepared the background analysis for the energy efficiency requirements of the Ontario Building Code since 1987. Most recently he did the background work for the SB-12 2017. Michael is a professional engineer who has consulted on projects and publications across North America relating to housing, energy efficiency and sustainability. His studies have supported the development of the Energy Star for New Homes program in Ontario, the EnerGuide Rating System, and the new R-2000 Programs. He has benchmarked the energy efficiency performance and greenhouse gas emissions of new and existing housing in Ontario. He taught in the architecture program at Ryerson University and at the University of Toronto for 27 years.

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