Canada’s largest trade show for the construction industry returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre Nov. 29 to Dec. 1.
The event fills the entire complex with Construct Canada, PM Expo, Homebuilder and Renovator Expo and the World of Concrete Pavillion in the South Building and IIDEXCanada – the architecture and design show – in the North Building (Nov. 29-30 only).
In total, some 1,600 exhibitors will display their products in all aspects of design and construction and about 350 educational seminars will be presented.
Mechanical industry exhibitors can typically be found scattered through Construct Canada and the Homebuilder and Renovator Expo, with some of the plumbing manufacturers also exhibiting in IIDEXCanada. Last year’s event drew 30,500 visitors.
Exhibits, panel discussions and seminars are aimed at addressing some of the challenges that engineers and contractors face in meeting today’s client needs.
“Client expectations about housing, commercial spaces, hospitality, workplace design and urban planning are constantly evolving. Meanwhile, end users demand access to accessible, engaging and connected communities,” noted Buildings Show spokesperson Tiffany Moreside.
IIDEX will include a Passive House pavilion to help visitors understand today’s minimum energy use home construction.
For more information, please visit www.thebuildingsshow.com.