Buildings Show returns to Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Ontario Construction News staff writer

The 35th annual  Buildings Show opened today at the Metro Convention Centre in Toronto and continues through Fri., Dec. 1.

The show provides a unique platform for showcasing the construction, building design, renovation and property management industries.

New this year, the “Green Pavilion” is an expo space reserved for spotlighting exhibitors engaged in sustainable design and building activities. Subterra Renewables CEO Lucie Andlauer will kick off the expo with an interactive geothermal display at Booth #2039 from throughout the three-day show.In addition to exhibiting in the main expo area, Subterra’s management team will present at the following sessions:

This year the show is celebrating 35 years of cutting-edge and expert-led seminars, panels, roundtables, and tradeshow experiences for the building community. As North America’s largest event for showcasing products, services, educational programming, and professional networking, it spotlights the design, construction, and property management communities.

A career hub was launched this year and is available to students free of charge, featuring:

  • Multiplex Global Construction hosting the Career Hub and chat about co-op positions and new grad positions available in 2024, career paths in construction management, as well as how global opportunities work to enhance your career experience
  • Ontario Homebuilders Association providing advice on entering the construction industry
  • Career Foundation offering training and provision assistance to new to industry professionals
  • Chartered Institute of Buildings providing free membership to students to assist in connecting with other professionals in the construction industry

NextGen Professional providing on-site recruitment assistance for construction companies, architectural, engineering, and design firms, and building management groups

In addition, attendees can attend networking sessions and gain first-hand knowledge, tools and advice. More than 13,500 people are expected to attend this year. For more information, visit

You can visit Ontario Construction News at Booth 1450.


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