The Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) is holding its first national innovation conference in April focused on converting innovative ideas and opportunities into reality.
At the upcoming MCAC Conference on Innovation, Corey Diamond will be exploring what the future holds regarding energy efficiency. As energy efficiency becomes increasingly important to governments at all levels, the construction industry and, specifically, the mechanical contracting industry, will have an increasingly important role to play. This address from Efficiency Canada will look at the field of energy efficiency and where it is heading, while providing insight into how the mechanical contracting industry can become an industry of choice to address the challenges we will face.
Corey has more than two decades of experience leading social change organizations focused on engaging people to take action on critical environmental and social issues. He also spent 10 years helping to lead Summerhill, a national firm focused on engaging the public on energy efficiency behaviours. Holding various positions, including President/Chief Transformer, U.S. expansion lead and Executive Director of the not-for-profit arm, Corey worked with utilities, government agencies and the private sector to drive significant energy savings across Canada.
Join Corey at the MCAC Conference on Innovation. Register today.
Have you heard? MCA Canada recently launched a special initiative aimed at promoting the interests of women in our industry.
Our Women in Mechanical Construction (WiMC) program will promote inclusiveness in the mechanical contracting industry, while inviting women to share experiences, explore new opportunities, and learn new skills to assist in career advancement.
Share the news with your staff. Join us!
For more information, visit www.wimc.ca. As a bonus, the first 14 women who join WiMC will receive a copy of the Sheryl Sandberg book, Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead.
Not only is Jane Gowing a member of the newly-formed Women in Mechanical Construction committee, she is also an industry trailblazer. In our first of many WiMC educational experiences, join us on March 27 to hear Jane’s story. She will she her inspiring journey of overcoming obstacles to formulate a rewarding career as a female entrepreneur. Want to be inspired? Then make sure you sign up for this webinar.
Date: March 27
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. ET