Ontario Construction News staff writer
The annual Buildings Show is underway in at the Metro Convention Centre, south building, in Toronto. The event, which incorporates several aspects of the construction industry, typically attracts thousands of exhibitors and speakers for educational and networking opportunities.
Ontario Construction News will be at the show again this year. Drop by to see us at Booth 1354 and learn more about how our publications can support your business.
Supported by TCA, BOMA, Concrete Ontario and CABA, The Buildings Show, comprised of Construct Canada, PM Expo, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo and World of Concrete Toronto Pavilion, will run face-to-face from November 30 to December 2, 2022.
With demo stages, roundtable discussions and many networking and opportunities, #TheBuildingsShow is a chance to engage with colleagues and stay up to date with the construction industry all in one place
Organizers are excited to see the show returns to “normal” this year after two years of adaptations caused by the pandemic, prioritizing sustainability is critical to The Buildings Show team in 2022.
“Not only are we committed to running our events in an environmentally and socially responsible way, but we also strive to go further and inspire the sustainable development of the industry we serve, and the community we foster,” the show website states.
In 2021, the show was scaled down, in accordance with official government, local authority guidelines, and venue regulations and raised the bar on safety, hygiene, and high-quality event experiences.
The 2021 educational program includes online and in-person expert led-seminars, informative panels and thought-provoking roundtables. Attendees will be able to follow topics from virtual to face-to-face and select sessions will be accredited by BOMA, OAA, BSSB, ARIDO, and CAHPI.
In 2020, the show become a virtual event this year because of COVID-19 and was combined with BUILDEX Alberta into Buildings Week, “a national digital platform that virtually connects more than 70,000 design, construction and real estate professionals across Canada.”
For more information, visit www.thebuildingsshow.com.