Monthly Newsletter September, 2013 TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’ AND OPERATORS’ ASSOCIATION  

TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’
AND OPERATORS’ ASSOCIATION
TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’ AND OPERATORS’ ASS
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OCTOBER, 2014
Notice of
Notice of
General
General Meeting
Meeting
Wednesday,
Wednesday,
Nov. 12, 2014
September 11, 2013
Last Meeting of 2014
COCKTAILS
Cocktails:
5:00 - 6:00 pm
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
DINNER
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Dinner
6:00
- 7:00
p.m.
GUEST
SPEAKER
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Location:
LOCATION
Dragon
Pearl
Dragon Pearl
865865
York
Mills
York
MillsRoad,
Rd
UnitUnit
2, 2, North York
North York
MEMBERS
$ 15
$25
$15.00
Members
ASSOCIATE
$25.00
Associate
MEMBERS
Members
Please RSVP
with Peter Choi
647Speaker:
303 7675
Guest
[email protected]
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
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Monthly Newsletter September,
FEATURE
SPEAKERS
FEATURE SPEAKER
Dr. Gina Cody
Executive Chair
CCI GROUP
This session will focus o
importance of repair and
of concrete structures. W
HOW TO RESPOND TO aging process and expos
harsh Canadian environm
WATER DAMAGE AND MOULD
essential to be proactive in
Restoration, Repair and
the structural issues in tim
Protection of Concrete Building
Envelopes and Parking
The repair
and restoratio
and attention to detail serving the insurance industry
and the
Structures
executed, not
private sector. The two founding partners, Steveproperly
Hudson and
While concrete has an impressive
address the safe
Tony Strkalj bring over 50 years of combined would
track record for durability, as demon- experience,
will also
specializing
/ industrial
property
loss, enhance
high end the p
stratedinbylarge
suchcommercial
buildings as
Pantheon,
ance, value and appea
residential
andcompletely
heritage property
restoration.
it is not
invincible
to the
your building.
powers of weathering and will
Hudson Restoration has earned a reputation for fairness, integrity
weather,
crack
and deteriorate
over
Horace
Faulknor
of Enviro
Management
Inc. (EMI) provides top
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time
with exposure
and service
traffic. services to help
quality
environmental
consulting
and training
organizations achieve their goals for protection of employee,
public, and environmental health and safety, with offices in the
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TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’
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TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’ AND OPERATORS’ ASS
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OCTOBER, 2014
Notice of
Notice of
General
General Meeting
Meeting
Wednesday,
Wednesday,
Nov. 12, 2014
September 11, 2013
Last Meeting of 2014
COCKTAILS
Cocktails:
5:00 - 6:00 pm
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
DINNER
6:00 - 7:00 pm
Dinner
6:00
- 7:00
p.m.
GUEST
SPEAKER
7:00 - 8:00 pm
Location:
LOCATION
Dragon
Pearl
Dragon Pearl
865865
York
Mills
York
MillsRoad,
Rd
UnitUnit
2, 2, North York
North York
MEMBERS
$ 15
$25
$15.00
Members
ASSOCIATE
$25.00
Associate
MEMBERS
Members
Please RSVP
with Peter Choi
647Speaker:
303 7675
Guest
[email protected]
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Log on to
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for your electronic copy
and Association
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Monthly Newsletter September,
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
FEATURE SPEAKER
I hope all of you had a wonderful Summer and are still enjoying
what’s left of the season.
Dr. Gina Cody
I would like to take this opportunity to thank our guest speaker
Executive
ChairServices
Janet Bewers from the Workplace Safety
and Prevention
(WSPS), who presented at the June’s CCI
general
meeting. Phil Healey
GROUP
of Rochester Midland for presenting at the July’s general meeting.
As well as Maria Perone and Ron Parker for organizing the site tour
This session will focus
of the Artic Chillers Manufacturing Plant.
o
importance of repair and
We have good news that Richard Keddey and Rafael
Raghubir
are
of concrete
structures.
W
back at work after their surgeries.
aging process and expos
harsh Canadian environm
Please check our website for all updates on job essential
opportunities,
to be proactive in
and
what’sRestoration,
new with codes Repair
directives,
tips and etc. TBMOA.org
the structural issues in tim
Protection of Concrete Building
The Annual Golf Tournament which was held on September 4th at
Envelopes and Parking
The repair
and restoratio
the Richmond Hill Golf and Country club was another
huge success
Structures
not
with an attendance of 172 golfers. The weather properly
was great executed,
for a
While
concrete
has
an
impressive
round of golf. Thank you Danny Mandawe and your
golf
committee
would
address
the safe
track
record
for
durability,
as
demonfor a job well done.
will also enhance the p
strated by such buildings as Pantheon,
ance, value and appea
Members
make every
attempt to
to the
attend our monthly general
it is please
not completely
invincible
your
building.
meetings
which
held on theand
second
of every
month.
powers
of isweathering
will Wednesday
November
12th crack
will beand
the final
meetingover
for this year.
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deteriorate
time with exposure and service traffic. www.ccigroupinc.ca
I would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and
all the best for 2015.
Yours sincerely,
KEN VANDERPUTT
TBMOA President
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TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’
AND OPERATORS’ ASSOCIATION
TORONTO BUILDING MANAGERS’ AND OPERATORS’ ASS
MONTHLY NEWSLETTER OCTOBER, 2014
Notice of
General Meeting
Wednesday,
September 11, 2013
Cocktails:
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Monthly Newsletter September,
FEATURE SPEAKER
Dr. Gina Cody
Executive Chair
CCI GROUP
Dinner
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Location:
Dragon Pearl
865 York Mills Road,
Unit 2,
North York
$15.00 Members
$25.00 Associate
Members
Guest Speaker:
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Log on to:
Restoration, Repair and
Protection of Concrete Building
Envelopes and Parking
Structures
While concrete has an impressive
track record for durability, as demonstrated by such buildings as Pantheon,
it is not completely invincible to the
powers of weathering and will
weather, crack and deteriorate over
time with exposure and service traffic.
This session will focus o
importance of repair and
of concrete structures. W
aging process and expos
harsh Canadian environm
essential to be proactive in
the structural issues in tim
The repair and restorati
properly executed, not
would address the safe
will also enhance the
ance, value and appea
your building.
www.ccigroupinc.ca
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