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Upcoming SBM Events

May 1, 2019
  • SBM 2019 Annual General Meeting - WAG Inuit Centre

    May 1, 2019  5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Blvd. , Winnipeg, Manitoba

    Please join us on Wednesday May 1st at 5:00 p.m. for a short Annual General Meeting followed by a tour that will give you a behind the scenes look at the new Inuit Art Centre.
    Our AGM is a great way to connect with colleagues in the sustainable building field and discuss some of the great ideas we've been talking about at our lunch and learns this year.
    The highlight of the night is the Inuit Art Centre, which broke ground for construction in the spring of 2018. With a direct line of site to the project, we will be treated to a visual overview of the construction in progress on the Inuit Art Centre by Rick Chopp, the WAG Project Manager. A member of the PCL team will also be on hand to answer questions. 
    The Inuit Art Centre

    To celebrate Inuit art, the people who make it, and the lands from which they come, the Winnipeg Art Gallery is building the Inuit Art Centre, the first of its kind in the world. The Centre will be the first of its kind; a 40,000-square-foot cultural landmark - connected to the WAG by bridges on all levels - that is home to the largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art on earth. Here, over 13,000 pieces of contemporary and traditional artworks will be displayed as a complete collection for the first time ever. Plans for the building include a three-story transparent vault, an interactive theatre, a comprehensive Inuit gallery and studio & learning space.
     
    Date: Wednesday, May 1st, 2019
    Time:  5:00 Door open at            
                5:30 AGM           
                6:00 (or shortly after) tour
    Address: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd.
    Ticket price: 
    General admission: $50
    Student admission: $25

    *one drink and appetizers included in the price. 
     
    We look forward to seeing you!  
     

    Thank you very much to our AGM event sponsor PCL Construction

     
     
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May 31, 2019
  • Sustainable Building Tour 2019

    May 31, 2019  8:30 am - 4:00 pm
    Heather Curling Club 120 Youville Street, Winnipeg, MB R2H 2S1

    Spring has (maybe) arrived so come join your fellow sustainable building professionals for our fourth annual Sustainable Building Tour!
     
    The luxury motor coach will leave the Heather Curling Club at 120 Youville St. at 8:30 a.m. sharp.  Special this year there will be some electric vehicles joining the tour so that you can get the chance to take a ride and speak to an owner as to better understand the opportunities of owning an electric vehicle.
    We will travel to
    Heather Curling Club – 120 Youville
    Great West Life Daycare - 51 Balmoral
    Health Sciences Central Energy Plant 1 – 677 Notre Dame or Plant 2 – 803 Bannatyne
    LUNCH
    RRC Skilled Trades and Technology Centre – Skinner Road
    Habitat for Humanity Net Zero House – 1860 Logan
    The motor coach is scheduled to be back at the Heather Curling Club at 4:00 p.m.
     
    This is one of Sustainable Building Manitoba's most popular events. Not only do you get the opportunity to learn about sustainable building right here in Manitoba, you also get time to network with your peers throughout the day.
     
    Attendance is limited so avoid disappointment and get your ticket now!
    *Sorry we cannot accept the member no-charge event pass for this event. Members did get the chance to buy tickets in advance
     
    Thank you to our event sponsors!
     
                           

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June 10, 2019
  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 10, 2019  9:00 am - June 11, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

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  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 10, 2019  9:00 am - June 12, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

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June 11, 2019
  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 10, 2019  9:00 am - June 11, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

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  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 10, 2019  9:00 am - June 12, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

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  • Passive House and Kithouse - The Pas

    June 11, 2019  9:00 am - 3:30 pm
    UCN, The Pas Campus 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
     
    SPEAKERS
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

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  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 11, 2019  9:00 am - June 12, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

    See More Details

June 12, 2019
  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 11, 2019  9:00 am - June 12, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

    See More Details

  • Passive House and Kithouse

    June 10, 2019  9:00 am - June 12, 2019  3:30 pm
    Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent 1415 Regent Ave W, Winnipeg, MB

    Healthy Homes, Healthy Communities

    Presented by Frontier School Division, University College of the North and Sustainable Building Manitoba
    We are pleased to welcome two industry leaders as they explore the world’s most advanced and energyefficient construction standard
    JUNE 10TH, 2019 - WINNIPEG9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)Canad Inns Destination Centre Club Regent (1415 Regent Ave, Winnipeg, MB)50.00 Registration Fee

    JUNE 11th, 2019 - THE PAS9:00 - 3:30 (Registration 8:30-9:00)UCN, The Pas Campus ( 436-7th Street East, The Pas, MB )No Cost
    Lunch, Snacks and Coffee included.First Nation Partners of Frontier School Division, please call to inquire about a special rate.

    AUDIENCE
    Educatiors, Building Industry Professionals, City Planners, Policy Makers, Building Officials, Manufacturers, Engineers, Architects, Designers and Contractors
    SPEAKERS:
    ROB BERNHARDT
    As CEO of Passive House Canada Rob works to advance building energy efficiency. A certified Passive House consultant and the developer of several certified Passive House projects, Rob is familiar with the economic and social advantages of high performance buildings. As a participant in numerous policy development initiatives he is familiar with the challenges facing regulators as they seek to meet climate change objectives. Rob works with Passive House Canada’s members, governments and industry organizations to make high performance buildings the norm.
     

    ERIC BJORNSON
    “There has to be a better way!”, Over the past 16 years, Eric has managed his company, Sundial Building Performance through the execution of a few thousand residential renovations and retrofits. Persistent comfort, durability, and sustainability concerns have driven Eric to pursue a better way of building. This effort has led to the launch of KITHOUSE - an innovative approach to sustainable house design and construction. Eric’s present focus is on refining the KITHOUSE design and
    construction process and on scaling the business with the goal of eliminating the price premium for low energy, net zero, and zero carbon buildings.

    See More Details