The NRC hosts the CIB Symposium on Durability and Climate Change
September 19, 2018 — September 23, 2018 — Ottawa, Ontario
The effects of climate change have challenged the long-term performance and expected service life of building materials, components, and assemblies. Government initiatives worldwide are focusing on how evidence-based solutions can support the adoption of sustainable building practices and ensure that structures are resilient to the long-term effects of climate change.
The National Research Council of Canada is hosting a five-day symposium in Ottawa, Ontario including a tour of its state-of-the-art facilities at the Construction Research Centre.
DATE: September 19 to 23, 2018
LOCATION: National Research Council of Canada
1200 Montreal Road, Ottawa, ON, Canada
- Day 1: Tour of the NRC's Construction Research Centre facilities
- Day 2: CIB W080 annual meeting
- Day 3: Symposium (peer reviewed)
- Day 4 and 5: ISO TC/59/SC14 (Design Life) annual meeting
Call for papers
The work presented at the symposium forms part of the CIB W080 work program for 2017-2020. These contributions will support the development of a "Guide to Design for Durability of Wall Assemblies".
Contributions to the symposium will be submitted to the Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering for peer-review. Additional information and instructions of paper submissions are available in the CIB call for papers.
For all questions and comments, please contact:
Dr. Michael A. Lacasse, P. Eng.
National Research Council Canada, Construction Research Centre
Ottawa, ON K1A 0R6 Canada
+1 613 993 9611
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