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ASHRAE Toronto - 3rd Annual Career Fair & February 2013 Dinner Meeting

  • 04 Feb 2013
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Humber College North Campus - The Humber Room (Building EX)
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  • Student ID is required at the door
  • Student ID is required at the door

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3rd Annual Career Fair

& February Dinner Meeting


Date: Monday February 4th, 2013
Career Fair: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
(No Registration Required)
Building A - Gym
Humber College - North Campus
Technical Tour:
Campus Map
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Atrium of Guelph Humber Building
Guelph Humber Living Wall 
Humber College - North Campus
Reception & Dinner Meeting:

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
The Humber Room         (Building EX)                   Humber College - North Campus 205 Humber College Boulevard, Toronto, ON, M9W 5L7

Theme: Student & Career Promotion Night

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter's 3rd Annual Career Fair will be held at Humber College's North Campus.

Immediately after the  Career Fair. ASHRAE Toronto will be hosting their February Dinner Meeting, where they will be showcasing a Humber College related project. A detailed engineering presentation will be provided to the membership & guests over a dinner held at Humber College's North Campus.

Technical Tour: Living Wall 

(Pre-registration required. Maximum 40 attendees.)

The technical tour of Humber North Campus - Guelph Humber Living Wall will start at 4:30 PM. Registrants are asked to meet in the Atrium of Guelph Humber Building at least 15 minutes prior to the tour. 

Dinner Presentation: Humber College Lakeshore Campus  - “Lakeshore Commons” (Building L)

The new $36 million, four-storey, 110,000 s.f. multi-purpose facility replaced the existing 40 year-old, two-storey structure that housed the Performing Arts program. The new Lakeshore Commons building includes the new Centre for Digital & Media Communications, interactive and open concept creative learning space, labs, classrooms, a student gallery and more than 400 cafeteria spaces. The Lakeshore Commons was designed to accommodate an additional 2,200 students, primarily in the Schools of Community & Social Services, Liberal Arts & Sciences, Media Studies& Information Technology and The Business School. This new facility has become the focal point of the Humber Lakeshore campus.
The presentation on the Lakeshore Commons will provide various perspectives on the history of the project and the key architectural and mechanical features of the new facility.

Guest Speakers:

Bram Atlin P.Eng., LEED AP

Bram Atlin has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo. He is a registered Professional Engineer with 6 years of consulting experience. Bram brings a broad perspective to the projects he manages due to his experiences designing institutional, laboratory, high-rise residential, recreational and data centre facilities. His recent institutional projects include: Humber College – “L” Building, York University – Archives of Ontario, York University – York Research Tower, University of Guelph – OVC Pathobiology & Animal Health Laboratory, University of Guelph – OVC Companion Animal Primary Healthcare Centre, University of Guelph – Engineering Complex, University of Guelph – Science Complex – NMR Room, University of Toronto – Varsity Centre Pavilion.

Scott Valens

Scott Valens is Associate Director of Planning & Construction and Staff Architect within Facilities Management at Humber.
Prior to joining Humber, he had over 20 year of experience as an architect working in private sector firms specializing in Institutional projects, elementary schools, college and university buildings, health-care facilities, libraries, art galleries and commercial office developments. He was a project architect for the McKinsey Building at UofT and co-project architect for the Guelph-Humber building prior to joining Humber in 2006.

Scott is past chair of the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario, a provincial non-profit organization that strives to conserve the finest architectural heritage throughout the province and served on their board for 12 years. He remains active in supporting students, having mentored thesis students at Humber's Interior Design School, Ryerson's School of Architecture and The Mentoring Partnership.
Scott is a graduate of Carleton University and is a licensed architect with the OAA, a member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and a member of the Toronto Society of Architects.

Additional Speaker: Gordon or Katherine (HOK)

We ask that you pre-register for the dinner meeting at your earliest convenience online at www.torontoashrae.com, select “Meeting Registration and Calendar” from the left tab and then “Register” button for the ASHRAE Toronto - February 2013 Dinner Meeting.  You may also still register through the ASHRAE chapter office (Sabrina Tai - 905 602 4714 or stai@hrai.ca). Please indicate at time of registration if you have any specific meal requirements. There will always be a vegetarian option, simply notify us at time of registration. No walk-in registrations will be permitted for the dinner meeting event.

Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following members for further details:

Marco Ottavino

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter - Secretary - Executive Board of Governors


Michael McEvenue

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Student Activity Chair


Christine Choi
ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Technology Transfer Committee (CTTC) Chair

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