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APEC’s Major Projects 2020: The Impact of a Greener Economy on Major Projects

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

Date: June 1, 2020
Time: 7:45am – 10:30am
Location: Emera Innovation Exchange

Registration now OPEN!
Registration for APEC’s Major Projects 2020 is now open! This signature event showcases the results of APEC’s Major Projects Inventory (MPI). The MPI is an exclusive source of detailed intelligence and analysis on Atlantic Canada’s largest investment projects that is developed through a combination of research and interviews with the principals behind these projects.

Featured Topic:
The Impact of a Greener Economy on Major Projects
The future of Atlantic Canada is intertwined with the future of the environment. Environmental concerns, changes to federal, provincial and municipal legislation and customer demand are driving regional firms to adjust their construction practices to minimize the impact on the environment.

Join us for an important discussion on how environmental considerations will impact construction in Atlantic Canada. Hear from regional leaders on how their companies are integrating sustainable practices, net zero emission buildings, LEED design, smart grids, new construction materials and new processes into their business strategies.

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