February 13, 2012
VIDEO: Buildex Vancouver Construction Keynote Panel
In what has become a Buildex Vancouver tradition, Keith Sashaw, the president of the Vancouver Regional Construction Association, moderated the annual Construction Keynote panel, featuring a cross-section of the best minds in the construction industry.
The panelists for the keynote were Roger Bayley of Roger Bayley Inc, Mark Casaletto, managing director of Reed Construction Data Canada, Sarah Clark, the president and CEO of Partnerships BC, Dee Miller, the vice-president of finance and administration of JJM Construction and Chair of the Canadian Construction Association, and Don Nishimura, the president and CEO of Scott Construction and the incoming president of the VRCA.
Topics covered included procurement, shifting demographics, labour shortages and foreign investment.
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