City co-hosts 12th annual Building Construction Industry Forum

Forum on construction industry happens in Nanaimo on Jan. 8.

  • Jan. 8, 2014 4:00 p.m.

Construction industry trends will take the spotlight during the 12th annual Building Construction Industry Forum.

The City of Nanaimo and Canadian Home Builders’ Association Vancouver Island are hosting a construction forum, Jan. 8 at the Coast Bastion Inn.

The event, a year-in-review for builders, designers and developers, offers sessions where speakers will talk about their views on economic trends and challenges in the construction industry as well as land development projects on the island.

Tickets are $40 for Canadian Home Builders’ Association members and $50 for non-members. The meet and mix begins at 5:30, and the forum is at 7 p.m. For more information call Tom Weinreich at the City of Nanaimo, 250-755-4456.

 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Comments are closed

Just Posted

Nanaimo-Ladysmith school district considers COVID-19 lessons in planning for fall

Elementary, secondary school committees formed to plan for next school year

Infringing festival finds a way to dance during pandemic

Crimson Coast Dance Society holding drive-in, micro and physically distanced events July 10-19

Nanaimo RCMP arrest four, seize drugs and $19K in “problem house” search

Home was subject of numerous complaints of drug trafficking, theft and disturbances

Car drives into utility pole in Nanaimo

Woman driving car reportedly not seriously injured

Police issue warning after baby comes across suspected drugs in Kamloops park

The 11-month-old girl’s mother posted photos on social media showing a small plastic bag containing a purple substance

Collision results in train derailment just east of Golden

The derailment occurred Sunday night, according to a statement from CP

Lower Mainland woman says llama farming neighbour shot her 11-month-old pup

Young dog was on owner’s Maple Ridge property when it was killed on June 21

B.C. records 31 new cases, six deaths over three days due to COVID-19

There are 166 active cases in B.C., 16 people in hospital

B.C. highway widening job reduced, costs still up $61 million

Union-only project scales back work to widen Trans-Canada

Greater Victoria nanny pleads guilty to child porn, sexual interference charges

Johnathon Lee Robichaud pleaded guilty to slew of sex crimes

Most Read