Ottawa, Canada, September 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- With registration closing at the end of September, there are limited spaces available for Canadian Construction Association's Construction Industry Leaders Forum being held in Toronto October 25 - 26, 2011.
Sponsored by Reed Construction Data, this year’s forum, themed Re-Thinking the Basics, focuses on some of the many questions facing the industry, and how to best prepare for the future. In addition to panel and roundtable discussions from some of the construction industry’s leading minds, the event will feature a keynote speech from Robert Herjavec, chief executive officer of The Herjavec Group and star of CBC’s Dragon’s Den.
“This year’s Construction Industry Leaders Forum is an excellent opportunity for industry leaders to meet, convene, and discuss the future of the Canadian construction industry,” said Dee Miller, chair of the Canadian Construction Association. “We have a very informative program planned, and we are once again looking forward to hosting industry leaders from across the country.”
As with previous years, the program includes networking opportunities for attendees, including dinner at the Rosewater on Tuesday, October 25.
The following day, Wednesday October 26, attendees can look forward to a highly interactive and informative event at the Albany Club, including a special CCA Past Chairs’ Panel consisting of Tom Brown (2003 Chair), Brad Greene (2009 Chair) and Paul McLellan (2000 Chair). Other presenters include Alex Carrick, Chief Economist at Reed Construction Data, and Geoff Smith, President of EllisDon Corporation.
For more information about the Construction Industry Leaders Forum and to register, please visit www.cca-acc.com/events/cilf/cilf_e.asp. Registration closes on September 30, 2011.
Canadian Construction Association is the voice of the national non-residential construction industry. It represents over 17,000 members in an integrated structure of some 70 local and provincial construction associations.