Tuesday, January 16, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM EST
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The Ottawa Conference and Event Centre 
200 Coventry Road, Room 209
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6

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Betty Quan 
RCI Ontario Chapter 
416-499-4000 x4119 

RCI Ontario Chapter
Ottawa Seminar 
Thermal Bridging and R-value
Hybrid Roofing Systems

2 CEHs



RCI and BECOR Members: $45 + HST
Non-Members: $55 + HST

Member Table Top $250
Non Member Table Top $300 



David Kayll  FMA, P.Eng (ON, NS, MB)
Director - Building Science East

David is a professional engineer and an Ottawa-based principal of Morrison Hershfield. His main areas of practice include building science/building envelope analysis and design, building envelope commissioning, and facility management consulting for both new and existing facilities.  He was based in Vancouver from 1999 to 2003, where he became immersed both in "Leaky Condo" restoration and new building construction.  From 2003 to the present, David has been based in Ottawa, consulting on a broad array of projects including heritage building restoration, new building envelope design, failed building envelope rehabilitation, commissioning of buildings, and energy performance evaluation. He mixes technical expertise with a pragmatic and effective approach to building envelope issues, whether for initial design to achieve code compliance, achievement of the energy performance improvements, or assessing failures and recommending repairs. David is a member of the National Building Code's Standing Committee on Environmental Separation (NBC Part 5) and is involved in a number of the Task Groups of this Committee.  David is a strong promotor of integrating energy systems to include the building envelope for balanced energy reduction and the drive for carbon neutrality.


David Noel, P.Eng (ON, NL, NS, NB and PEI)
Department Manager - Building Science Ottawa

David is a professional engineer and an Ottawa-based principal of Morrison Hershfield. A graduate of mechanical engineering from Memorial University of Newfoundland, David began his building science career nearly fifteen years ago with Morrison Hershfield in Ottawa. Throughout his career, David has been involved in a variety of building science related projects which have included building condition assessments, monitoring and testing, forensic investigations, building envelope design, specification writing, construction review and contract administration on a variety of new construction and rehabilitation projects throughout North America.

Cancellation Policy

Refunds will be issued up to two weeks prior to the event and a $25 administrative fee will apply.  After that time, no refunds will be permitted.
“No Shows” will not receive a refund.  Substitutions are permitted.