MCABC Golf Classic 2022
We are excited to host our shotgun tournament at Northview Golf & Country Club. Come early to enjoy the socializing, driving range and other activities. Stay for the evening reception and dinner which features entertainment. Guests are welcome to attend in the evening – tickets can be purchased separately or added to a golf registration.
- 18 holes
- Power Cart for two
- Bagged lunch and bottled water
- Free balls at the driving range
- 30 minute golf clinic
- Contests and prizes
- Reception, dinner and entertainment
- Wine with dinner
- 11:00am to 1:00pm – Registration, Driving Range, Putting Contest, Golf Clinic
- 1:00pm – Meet at Power Carts
- 1:30pm – Shotgun Start, followed by on-course contests
- 6:30pm to 8:30pm – Reception, Dinner, Prizes & Entertainment
- Registration is exclusive to MCABC members only for the first 48 hours.
- When registering guests, you must include names or enter “TBA”.
- MCABC member companies may register two foursomes but note that only one foursome is guaranteed to play until we confirm the second course will be used.
- If you register additional teams when registration opens to the public and those teams include both members and non-members, please register at member pricing and MCABC will invoice you the difference for separate payment.
- Payment must be received before the day of the golf tournament.
- Cancellation Deadline is Thursday, July 28th, 2022.
Event payment is due upon registration. Cancellations for the MCABC Golf Classic permitted until noon on Thursday, August 4th.
If you feel unwell leading up to the event please note that your registration is transferable to someone in the same rate category. Please email email@example.com to arrange this.
COVID-19 Policy – Achieving compliance with public health-related orders and regulations continues to be a priority for MCABC. We will adhere to all Public Health Orders and the venue’s COVID-19 protocols for this event.
MCABC Evening Ticket for Golf Classic
Join the golfers for an evening of fun at Northview Golf and Country Club! Your ticket includes entry to the reception and delicious Eagles buffet dinner featuring carved roast striploin. A complimentary bottle of red and white wine will be on every dinner table. There will also be some form of entertainment – whether we announce it or keep it a secret is to be determined!
Price: $99 plus GST
|Cancellation Policy – Please provide two weeks notice of cancellation to be eligible for a refund.
MCABC will adhere to all Public Health Order and venue restrictions/policies.
2022 Golf Sponsorship Opportunities
MCABC Golf Classic 2022 Sponsorships
New sponsorship opportunities are available for our 2022 golf tournament. In addition, we have a Putting Contest Sponsor, Hole in One Sponsor and Golf Massage Sponsor.
View the Golf Sponsorship Package here.
On course in-person sponsorships are limited and exclusive to: for-profit companies, partner associations in the mechanical contracting industry and MCABC strategic partners.
Knowing Your Limits Under the Builders Lien Act: Claim of Lien Filing, Holdback Periods and Certificates of Completion
The Builders Lien Act provides a very useful tool in the toolbox of an unpaid subcontractor or trade contractor, but has set processes and timelines that must be followed in order to allow a subcontractor or trade contractor to avail itself of the Act’s rights and remedies. However, the Builders Lien Act is commonly misunderstood including with respect to certificates of completion, the claim of lien filing period and the holdback period. The learning objectives of this presentation include:
- Know and understand how to obtain the issuance of a certificate of completion.
- Know the claim of lien filing period and related triggering events.
- Know the holdback period and related triggering events.
Tyler Galbraith, Partner at Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP
Tyler Galbraith practices in the areas of construction law including contract drafting, procurement, disputes and liens. He has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia and has been involved in several appeals, trials, arbitrations and mediations. He has acted in numerous builders lien and tender cases, disputes arising from delays, defective work, contract termination, bond claims and insurance coverage. He is the author of numerous construction law articles and other publications, with a focus on tender and builders lien issues.Education and Bar Admission
- B.A., with distinction: University of Victoria, 1997
- LL.B: University of British Columbia, 2002
- Called to the Bar: British Columbia, 2004
The Journey to Net Zero
We’re all talking about climate action but what does it actually mean for the mechanical contracting industry in BC? What steps is your company taking to facilitate the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions? How prepared are you to meet the targets that have been set by the federal, provincial, regional and local governments? It’s time to cut through the chatter of climate policy and get clear on the facts. Whether you are involved in new construction or the built environment, the journey to net-zero is well on its way. It’s time to catch up – time to prepare your business and your people for climate targets, new regulations and new “green jobs” in the mechanical contracting trades.
Erik Blair, Senior Planner, Metro Vancouver
Christine Gustafson, Owner and Principal Consultant of Harbourgreene Consulting Inc.
Micah Lang, Senior Green Building Planner, City of Vancouver
The Business Case for BIM
Let’s cut to the chase – what does a business leader need to know about BIM to help decide if it’s right for their company? This one-hour session over lunch is led by your colleagues in BC’s mechanical contracting industry. They will provide a brief description of what BIM is and what it can be used for; the benefits and challenges of BIM; plus two case studies that show how it can be used for both small and large projects.
Who should attend:
Anyone at the company can attend, however, this is a great chance for owners, senior leaders or anyone making decisions on adopting BIM to get some clarity.
Chris Little, VDC Western Canada Manager, Modern Niagara
Speaker from Pitt Meadows Plumbing & Mechanical Systems
Kyle Wisniewski, Division Manager, Black & McDonald
Developing Forepersons to Project Managers
Part of the Building Capacity from Within series, this course provides basic and advanced tools for forepersons and field supervisors to become effective project managers. For new project managers who need to deliver successful construction projects, this course introduces the essential tools of project planning and execution in a contracting environment.
Participants practice project management techniques on a simple turn-key construction project that is developed through the complete project life cycle, from initial project proposal and definition, through project implementation, and finally to the often neglected project completion phase.
Participants will have the ability to implement a structured process to successfully deliver construction projects of any size for their organizations and for their customers.
- Essential skillset and duties for Project Managers
- What Project Managers should know about estimating
- Effective turnover meeting systems and check list
- Productivity management and materials storage and handling
- Principles and practices of project planning and scheduling
- Contract and impact costs
- Change order pricing and best management practices
- Project tracking to improve the bottom-line
- Schedule compression techniques and cost impact
- Post-mortem review items
$825 plus tax for members (to pay by EFT call MCABC)
$1,825 plus tax for nonmembers (sign up for membership within one month of the session to be eligible for a $1,000 reimbursement on the cost of membership!)
EFT Payment is also accepted. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to make a booking and we will issue you an invoice and EFT details.
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