12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Construction costs have been rising in Ontario due to the pandemic’s far-reaching impact on everything from labour to material costs. Labour productivity has been an issue due to the requirements for physical distancing, constant sanitization activities and check-in mandates to ensure worker safety. Labour costs have also risen due to the need for additional personal protection equipment (PPE). Material costs have fluctuated wildly due to disrupted supply chains and continuing changes in demand (eg: lumber demands due to a rise in home and yard improvement projects).
This webinar will discuss how many of these issues have had a significant impact on capital repair projects for condominium corporations within our region. Speakers will include industry representatives from the property management, contracting and engineering sectors.
Maple Ridge Community Management (MRCM)
(MRCM),an Associa Company. He has been a Condominium Professional since 2003.
Craig holds his RCM designation from ACMO, and his ACCI designation from CCI-National.
He is a member of the Project Management Institute and holds his Certified Associate in Project Management designation CAPM.
He currently serves on the Board of Directors for ACMO and ACMO’s Membership & Programs Committee he also serves on the Professional & Business Partners Committee with CCI-GHC, as well as CMRAO's Advisory Committee.
He is a frequent speaker at industry events & conferences, as well as contributing articles for various industry publications.
With a background in flooring and roofing construction, Justin is no stranger to the job site. Most important, his experiences have shown him the value of responsive service and quality workmanship.
Stephen Marson has nearly 15 years of professional experience in the field of building science and engineering consulting. He is Team Lead and Associate for Cion|Coulter. His experience spans the commercial and condominium sectors with an emphasis on reserve fund / capital expenditure planning, performance audits, and contract administration. Stephen manages remedial projects right from the initial building investigation and reporting through to the specification, tendering, site visits and final project completion.
Stephen holds a designation with OACETT (pronounced “O-Set”) as a Certified Engineering Technologist.