Sarnia is the largest city on Lake Huron with a population of 73,000. As a border city, Sarnia is located on the shore of Lake Huron where it enters the St. Clair River.
The discovery of oil in 1858 led to the establishment of Chemical Valley on the shores of the St. Clair River. Today Sarnia is a world leader in the petrochemical industry. More recently Sarnia has established itself as a prime location for biochemical innovation. Including being the location of one of North America’s largest solar farm.
As a large urban centre Sarnia has a vibrant arts and culture community. This has seen the rebirth of the downtown core where boutiques and restaurants host many community and cultural events.
The Sarnia Building Department works as a team, promoting development in your career with the goal of advancement. With a low cost of living and affordable housing options, Sarnia is the place people is an ideal place to live and work.
- CaGBC Research finds gaps in low-carbon building skills in Ontario
- Shining a Northern Light on the Building Official Profession
- OBOA Pine Ridge Chapter raises $7,200+ in donations at 9th annual golf tourney.
- Another senior staff member leaving city hall
- Career Event
- New chief building official appointed in Sarnia
- Help Share the Future of our Profession
- Canadian Farm Builders Association Annual Conference
- Report exposed big problems in building and construction industry before Opal Tower drama
- National Building Code to include climate change obligations