Join us for the second in a three-part webinar series exploring circularity in the built environment presented in partnership with the City of Calgary as we look at moving from demolition to deconstruction. Click here to register for free.
Construction and demolitions in Calgary generate more than 32 million tonnes waste annually accounting for 25% of waste in landfills at a significant cost to taxpayers and the environment. With a focus on reducing construction, renovation and demolition waste and preserving embodied carbon, cities across Canada are looking at moving away from demolishing buildings to deconstructing them and salvaging valuable materials for reuse. Join us to learn about the benefits of deconstruction from leaders in the sector and how home owners and developers can advance deconstruction across Canada.