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BCxA ECC NCBFO 2019 – “My Building”

National Conference on Building and Facility Operations (NCBFO) – 2017

The two-day conference offers diversified presentations complete with a half-day tour of Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA) facility. The conference will include talks and discussions with government partners and leading product and service providers as well as experts in academia about the latest developments in Building Commissioning. There will be plenty networking opportunities and the chance to earn continuing education credits when you attend the seminars!

When: Oct 25-26, 2017 (Wed-Thu)

Venue: Mississauga Convention Center, 75 Derry Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5W 1G3 – 12 km from the Toronto Pearson airport.


Sign up for the NCBFO 2017 using the promotional deals– VIP 3 and VIP 5 and save up to $40 on an order of two or more tickets! Find out more about these limited time offers

To register for the NCBFO 2017 conference click here.




BCxA Eastern Canada Chapter Sep 2017 Meeting

Sept meeting possibly at the Richmond Hill Golf and Country Club on Sept 14 8-9am prior to a 9-10am Yorkland/SkyFoundry-SkySpark event. Stay tuned.

Date: Fri Sep 22, 2017, 8:00 AM

Venue: Integral Group, 380 Wellington Street West, Toronto ON
(North side of Wellington, just west of Spadina. There is street parking along Wellington).

Dial in #: 1 866 512 0904

Conference I.D: 627 9442

BCxA Eastern Canada Chapter – Quality Talk “QT” !!!

What is BCxA Eastern Canada Chapter Quality Talk?

The QT is an informal get together of industry professionals to meet and partake in a brief presentation related to our common interests – the Quality Talk. This free presentation allows you to meet up with colleagues, competitors, clients and building industry experts to discuss issues related to building commissioning. You would be correct in assuming the BCxA ECC is in the business of promoting the building commissioning industry. Our focus more specifically includes defining and identifying Best Practices and generally upholding industry standards for building commissioning. We support education and training so our workforce can be recognized for delivering high quality services. Our events are meant to engage other industry stakeholders and facilitate discussions dealing with the challenges that are common to many of us from building owners and managers to architects, engineers, contractors and facility operators. That is what the Quality Talk is all about – encouraging the transfer of information for the benefit of all building industry stakeholders.

Look forward to see you all.

Please see resources page for past QT materials.