Ontario Construction News staff writer
A group of construction industry leaders will share their perspectives on “how we can adapt and navigate our organizations through unprecedented change coming to our industry,” at a panel discussion in Toronto on June 6, the Ontario General Contractors’ Association (OGCA) says in a statement.
Panelists for the morning event at the Ritz Carleton (breakfast is included) include:
- Tooey Courtemanche, the founder and CEO of Procore. More than a decade ago, with dual experience in construction and technology, he leveraged the power of the Internet to improve construction project management.
- Modern Niagara CEO Brad McAninch. A professional engineer by trade, McAninch has contributed to the expansion of Modern Niagara as a national leader in contracting taking on the biggest and most complex projects across the country; and
- Indigenous entrepreneur Tim Coldwell, who has focused on leading by serving, culture, and the monetization of ideas. Recipient of Edmonton’s top 40 under 40 last year, he serves as president of Chandos, an award winning and 100 per cent employee national general contractor.
The event starts at 8:00 a.m. with check-in, networking and breakfast and the panel discussion continues from 8:45 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. The OGCA expects about 250 people will attend the event.