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2017 Annual Meeting and Training Sessions

2017 Annual Meeting and Training Sessions


“Life on the Shield”
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DELEGATES PROGRAM TECHNICAL SESSIONS

Sunday, October 1st, 2017 Monday, October 2nd, 2017 Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
6:45 am
Continental Breakfast - Waterhouse Ballroom. A modest breakfast as you embark on your day.
Continental Breakfast - Waterhouse Ballroom Hallway A modest breakfast as you embark on your day.
6:48 am
Continental Breakfast - Waterhouse Ballroom A modest breakfast as you embark on your day.
8:00 am
Golf Tournament - Highlands - Deerhurst Resort Lunch Included - Taking full advantage of the dramatic landscape while capitalizing on elevation changes, rugged granite outcroppings and dense forests. | Deerhurst
OBOA Registration - From 8-5pm | Pickup official access badge and registration package.
OBOA Registration - OBOA Registration 8-5pm | Pickup official access badge and registration package.
OBOA Registration - OBOA Registration 8-5pm | Pickup official access badge and registration package.
8:30 am
Opening Ceremonies - Legacy Hall
Speeches, special guests and awards. The official opening of the Annual Meeting and Training Sessions.
Annual General Meeting - Legacy Hall
Is held every year to approve business, introduce board of directors and inform members of future plans.
A.16HOT2000 Energy Simulations for the Performance Path of Part 9 Housing - Peninsula Room
Ted Kesik, Ph.D., P.Eng. | Professor of Building Science, Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design University of Toronto - Houses with large window areas are becoming more common and will...
B.17Corridor Fire Separation Requirements, and Occupancies in Corridors - Waterhouse 5
Susan Clarke, Morrison Hershfield - This presentation provides the linkages between the design requirements in the Building Code, and the occupancy requirements in the Fire Code necessary to permit occupancy...
C.18Health and Safety Basics for Small Employers - Waterhouse 4
Tanya Morose, Government and Municipal Consultant, Municipal and Public Safety - Public Services Health & Safety Association. The Occupational Health and Safety Act makes enormous demands on Employers....
Digital ID and Authentication of Documents - Waterhouse 1-2-3
Managing Municipal Digital and Technical Risk Speaker: Patrick Cormier, Notarius Moderator: Aubrey LeBlanc A Strategic Forum for the Management of Building Regulation in Municipalities.
9:00 am
Sponsor a Student - Peninsula Room
Student Day: Mary K. Pengelly / Heather Sheppard - Providing an exciting opportunity for students to build and strengthen relationships, partake in dynamic discussions and learn from each other's experiences. Student Day is open to all interested.
10:00 am
Break and Trade Show - Waterhouse Ballroom. Enjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues and Exhibitors.
Break and Trade Show - Waterhouse BallroomEnjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues and Exhibitors.
Break - Waterhouse Ballroom HallwayEnjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues.
10:30 am
MMA - Peninsula Room
MMA UPDATE
A.7Building Envelope Systems -Wall Systems Using Wood Fibre Sheathing - Peninsula Room
How wood fibre sheathing has evolved and how it is using within the Ontario Building Code (building science) and the benefits of using these products with the implementation of the new Supplementary Standard...
B.8Foundations - Parts 4 and 9 - Tom Thomson Room
Rick Zatorski, Business Development Manager | Stu Baird, Senior Project Manager - Cambium Consulting & Engineering
C.9Drain Water Heat Recovery Variations - Lawren Harris Room
Gerald van Decker, Renewability - Alternative Solution Options that do not compromise performance.
A.19Recognizing Risk - Peninsula Room
Alison G. Orr, P.Eng., CBCO | Marianne Brown, P.Eng., CBCO - Marianne and Alison will help you recognize risk and reduce liability associated with plan examination and inspections, updated to highlight...
B.20Legal 1 - Waterhouse 5
Hear lawyers from Aird & Berlis LLP and the Ministry provide insightful commentary on new developments in the law that affects the role and duties of Chief Building Officials. A concluding Q&A...
C.21Tall Wood Structure - Waterhouse 4
Keith Calder, Jensen Hughes - Timberframe / 5, 6 Storey
Improving Enforcement of the Code for Engineered Lumber Products in Part 9 Residential Buildings - Waterhouse 1-2-3
Speaker: Steve McManus-P.Eng., Ontario Structural Wood Association Moderator: Aubrey LeBlanc A Strategic Forum for the Management of Building Regulation in Municipalities.
12:00 pm
LUNCH - Legacy Hall Conference Delegates gather for Lunch. Sponsored by the Town of Huntsville
Exhibitors & Past Presidents Lunch - Legacy Hall
Exhibitors & Past Presidents Lunch - Reconnect and network with past Association Presidents as well as our organization's past leadership that continues to support and participate.
Charity Fundraiser Lunch - Legacy Hall
Over the years at the AMTS, we have raised money for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. However, this year our charity lunch will be supporting Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. is a fundraiser that LLSC holds every year, so keeping with the theme, our charity lunch on Wednesday will be known as “Light the Lunch”.
1:40 pm
Chapter Chairs Meeting - Bayshore Room 300-308
OBOA grassroots initiative with Region affiliation designed to enhance member value and to strengthen the industry.
A.1Responding to the needs of Ontario Building Officials-CSA Group Standards Update - Peninsula Room.
Andrew Crees, Program Manager, Construction and Infrastructure Standards, CSA | This session reviews the role that CSA Group Standards play in relation to your work as a Building Official, shares information...
B.2Learn not to Burn and Achieve New ASTC Sound Control Solutions - Tom Thomson Room
Robert Marshall, Building Science Manager for CertainTeed Gypsum Canada |Learn about firewall/fire separation system solutions that prevent the spread of fire and smoke while also providing Apparent Sound...
C.3Plumbing 1 - In Depth Looks at Part 7 in Photos - Lawren Harris Room
Andrew Quattrociocchi - Building Inspector, Bradford West-Gwillumbury | This detailed technical session make the Generalist inspector feel much more comfortable when inspecting residential plumbing. Covering...
A.10ULC S651 Fire Alarm Receiving Stations - Peninsula Room
Brian McBain, Senior Regulatory Affairs Representative - Underwriters Laboratories of Canada.
B.11Wood Trusses - Tom Thomson Room
Denis Lachance, Phoenix Building Components
C.12Aduvo Systems Screw Piles - Lawren Harris Room
Mickey Chaytor, CEO - Aduvo | Introduction to Ground Screw/Pile Foundations by Aduvo Systems Limited. The Ground Screw is modern technology that has revolutionized foundation construction. A giant screw...
A.22Condensation Control Insight - Peninsula Room
John Straube, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Waterloo - Part 5 and Part 9
B.23Repeat of Legal 1 - Waterhouse 5
Hear lawyers from Aird & Berlis LLP and the Ministry provide insightful commentary on new developments in the law that affects the role and duties of Chief Building Officials. A concluding Q&A...
C.24Waterfront - Work Permits, Two-Storey Boathouses, changes to the PLA - Waterhouse 4
Kate Reinhart, Keirsten Swim, Sandra Ausma and Samantha Jefferis - Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. This presentation will explain some of the recent changes to the Public Lands Act...
Update on Leadership Day Priorities - Waterhouse 1-2-3
Silver Tsunami, Emergency Management, etc. Speakers: Matt Farrell, Grant Brouwer, Joyanne Beckett Moderator: Aubrey LeBlanc A Strategic Forum for the Management of Building Regulation in Municipalities.
3:00 pm
OBOA Registration - 3:00-9:00 | Pickup official access badge and registration package.
Break and Trade Show - Waterhouse Ballroom. Enjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues and Exhibitors.
Break - Waterhouse Ballroom HallwayEnjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues.
Break - Waterhouse Ballroom Hallway
Enjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues.
3:30 pm
A.4Second Plane of Protection Detailing - Peninsula Room
Peter Saunders, Director, Building Science & Technical Service | Martin Kuypers, Residential Business Development Leader - Henry Company. Building the Last Line of Defense Against Mother Nature -...
B.5Odd Stuff Mash Up - Tom Thomson Room
Mr. Ray Hachigian, CBCO - Former CBO Township of the Archipelago | Most conferences you sit and listen to presenters. Now this is your turn to discuss any issue (hopefully building code related, but maybe...
C.6Plumbing 2 - Water Distribution - Lawren Harris Room
Andrew Quattrociocchi - Building Inspector - Bradford West-Gwillumbury | More Residential Plumbing inspections Tips, Tricks of Part 7
A.13Residential Sprinklers vs NFPA13 - Lawren Harris Room
Shayne Mintz - CASA | The technical differences between a NFPA 13 & NFPA 13D residential sprinkler system. Many Building Officials are familiar with applying and enforcing the NFPA 13 standard, however...
B.14Rain and Groundwater Leaking into Sanitary Building Drains at Alarming Rate - Tom Thomson Room
Barbara Robinson, President Norton Engineering Inc and Chris Manzon, M.A.Sc., P.Eng., City of Windsor, Senior Manager Pollution Control - Rainwater and Groundwater are leaking into New Sewer Pipes Across...
C.15National Farm Building Code Update - Peninsula Room
Will Teron, P.Eng. - Tacoma Engineers & Canadian Farm Builders Association - This session will focus on issues related to the design, approval and construction of farm buildings. A variety of topics...
A.25Part 8 Case Studies (Difficult sites and difficult installs) - Waterhouse 5
Sandy Bos, Building Inspector, Township of Muskoka Lakes | Brady Straw, Head of Engineering, Waterloo Biofilter - The session will cover the approval and installation of three separate sewage systems installed...
B.26Perspectives from a Performance Auditor - Waterhouse 4
Tarion currently warrants work that is not in compliance with building code. In 2018, this warranty coverage will be extended to condominium conversions. The building permit process will help identify...
C.27 Promoting Affordable Housing Act 2016 - Peninsula Room | Ministry of Housing Update - Speakers: Representative of Ministry of Housing and of Ministry of Municipal Affairs
Stakeholder Briefing on OBOA Strategic Direction - Waterhouse 1-2-3
Association VIPs attending President’s Dinner invited Speaker: Matt Farrell Moderator: Aubrey LeBlanc A Strategic Forum for the Management of Building Regulation in Municipalities.
5:30 pm
Parking LotSprinkler Demo - Parking Lot
The Town of Huntsville/Lake of Bays fire department will be executing a sprinkler demonstration in the parking lot. Additional sponsors include CASA and Muskoka Lumber. Two sheds have been constructed...
6:00 pm
Theme Night Dinner - Legacy Hall
Entertainment - Ron James' unique brand of physical comedy is balanced with intelligent and informative observations on everything from the mosquito driven torment of a Canadian camping trip to the sheer terror of being in a traffic jam with your bladder about to explode. 7:30 - 9:00pm
Muskoka Nights - beachside BBQ point
Join us at beachside BBQ point gazebo casual seating entertainment and fireworks. Registration Required
Presidents Dinner - Legacy Hall
Cocktails @ 5:00 - 6:00pm | Dinner @ 6:15pm The dinner is a great opportunity to network with the Association's past presidents, out of province guests and other conference attendees. | Sponsored by the Ontario Concrete & Drain Contractors Association.
7:00 pm
Ice Breaker Reception - Enjoy refreshments in a relaxed setting while meeting with colleagues. Sponsored by Jensen Hughes.
Hospitality - AY Jackson - Lawren Harris - AJ Casson
7:00pm - 1:00am | Sponsored by TARION / OHBA
9:00 pm
Hospitality - AY Jackson - Lawren Harris - AJ Casson
9:00pm - 1:00am | Sponsored by Polyurethane Foam Systems.
Hospitality - AY Jackson - Lawren Harris - AJ Casson
9:00pm - 1:00am
10:00 pm
Hospitality - AY Jackson - Lawren Harris - AJ Casson
10:00pm - 1:00am