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Seminar Series

PEOSC is organizing a seminar as part of its goal to help members to achieve a better career through seminars.

TOPICStructural Strengthening Systems with Carbon Fiber Repairs in New Construction and Restoration Projects, focus on the Ontario Marketplace.

PRESENTER:  Gregor Dolenc

WHERE:  Toronto Public Library - Agincourt Branch, 155 Bonis Ave, Scarborough, ON M1T 3W6. Follow here for MAP

WHEN:  July 15, 2018 Wednesday, 6:30 - 8:00 pm

REGISTRATION: Click here to Register

Agenda

6:00 pm               Networking/Refreshments

6:30 pm               Introduction

6:40 pm               Presentation

7:40 pm               Question Period

7:55 pm               Vote of Thanks and Conclusion


About the Presenter: Gregor is a Third Generationgregor Tradesmen, Bricklayer and Stone Mason, from his first steps in the construction field during high school, then worked with three separate well known restoration firms, (McBride Group, Colonial Building Restoration, and Clifford Masonry) to project management, then Technical Sales with Jamac Sales, he then joined Sika Canada Inc. back in October 1995. Over 24 years of experiences to share in the commercial construction marketplace.

Specializing in Building Restoration, Gregor has worked with many Owners, Architects, Engineers and Contractors on all types of projects with Structural repairs with CFRP in mind. With many professional technical courses undertaken over the years, Gregor is committed in achieving positive results while building and maintaining strong business relationships.

Gregor also volunteers his time as a Board of Director at the BCRAO, (Building and Concrete Restoration Association of Ontario) and the TCA (Toronto Construction Association) as an active member of the Board of Directors there as well, and the Keynote speaker of their New Members Networking Workshop held four to five times each year.


Synopsis of the Topic: How to Use, Design Details, and Case Studies of carbon fiber resin polymers in structural repairs

CFRP: Louis Vuitton Maison on Bloor (Yorkville) - The use of CFRP in retail, change of use, moving from 6000 sqft, to 20,000. Removal of second floor to accommodate height of luxury shopping, including fireproofing.

CFRP: 25 Canyon Road, High Rise Residential - The use of CFRP in high-rise residential, negative moment, unique issues, including cold applied waterproofing.

CFRP: 3080 Yonge Street, First Capital, Kasian Architects, EXP Engineering, Ledcor and C3 Group Inc. Reclad and Revitalize

CFRP: 2803 Dundas Street West, The Duke Condos, TAS Designbuild , Quadrangle Architects, 7 Storeys mixed use, Structural upgrade to new retail space, 85 condo units.

CFRP: Gardiner Expressway Yonge to Jarvis, Generic Strip Plate application

Also new project with Near Mounted Reinforcement on Parking Garage.