2019 Alberta Condo Expo
Just in time to assist all concerned in understanding the myriad of upcoming legislative changes, our “Back to School” themed conference and trade show returns to our home at MacEwan University. This next year will represent the biggest single change in condominium legislation in almost 20 years. Both Boards and Managers will be challenged not only to comprehend the new landscape but will also be tasked with the added workload that will be needed to implement the required changes.
Our industry professionals are charged with upgrading their student’s “Condominium IQ” in as plain language as possible while providing some tips and tools they can take away to feel more confident to complete their duties. REGISTER EARLY to avoid missing your choice of topics and save by registering prior to the EarlyBird deadline (April 12, 2019). Choose between either the Full Conference Package (Best Value) or if time is an issue, register for any of the individual sessions that interest you the most.
Alberta Condo Expo Highlights!
- Presentation Focus on Specific Areas of Legislation Changes
- Additional General Presentations for Boards and Managers
- Condominium Legal Panel Returns to Answer your Questions
- Largest Networking Opportunity for Owners, Boards, Managers and Professionals
- Tradeshow Featuring 50+ Vendors is FREE to the General Public
- Condo Owner Session: How the Changes in Legislation Affects You Directly
OPTION ONE: Full Conference Package (Best Value)
Includes: Your choice of one topic in each of the three sessions, Legal Panel session, Tradeshow, Continental Breakfast, Luncheon and Parking Pass.
- CCI Member EarlyBird Rate (until April 12) – $125 + GST
- CCI Member Regular Rate (April 13 – April 24) – $150 + GST
- General Public Rate – $225 + GST
OPTION TWO: Individual Conference Sessions (Register by Topic) and Legal Panel*
(*Due to room limitations, the Legal Panel will be available to Conference Package registrants only until April 15 and then if space permits it will open for individual registration). Includes Tradeshow Access.
Rates are priced per individual session:
- CCI Member EarlyBird Rate (until April 12) – $35 + GST
- CCI Member Regular Rate (April 13 – April 24) – $40 + GST
- General Public Rate – $60 + GST
7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Registration/ Welcome Breakfast
- Registration and Check In/ Tradeshow Set Up
- Grab ‘n Go Breakfast for Conference Registrants/ Welcome Address
8:30 AM – 9:45 AM Conference Session #1 (Pre-select one Topic from the choices listed below)
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Tradeshow Open (free to General Public)
9:45 AM – 10:15 AM Break with Exhibitors
10:15 AM – 11:30 AM Conference Session #2 (Pre-select one Topic from the choices listed below)
11:30 AM – 12 Noon Break with Exhibitors
12 NOON – 1:15 PM Luncheon for Conference Registrants only
1:15 PM – 2:30 PM Conference Session #3 (Pre-select one Topic from the choices listed below)
2:30 PM – 3:00 PM Break with Exhibitors
3:00 PM – 4:15 PM Conference Session #4 Condominium Legal Panel
4:15 PM – 4:30 PM Grand Finale
- Door Prize Draws/ Closing Remarks
Conference Topic Details:
Session #1 8:30 AM – 9:45 AM
1 A) Clearing the Fog in Condominium Insurance
Presenters: Doug Lyall (HUB International) and Tony Reed (BFL Canada)
The thrust of the upcoming changes in insurance was to bring more clarity for both corporations and owners when dealing with potential insurable losses. We will review what work is now in store for boards and managers to ensure the corporation is ready when the legislation is enforced as of January 1, 2020.
- What is “absolute liability” and how does that affect owners and the corporation when it comes to deductible claims? How has the responsibility for coverage and repairs changed and what information needs to be communicated to the owners so they are properly covered?
- The introduction of the “standard insurable unit description” will help clarify the responsibility to insure and repair but how do corporations decide on the description and then get approval? Do you need more than one class of description?
Fidelity bonding will now be required for all corporations to cover board or manager financial malfeasance. Learn how to establish the minimum bonding limits and what may be required of the corporation to ensure that their coverage applies.
1 B) Document Do’s and Don’ts – Distribution, Retention & Fees SOLD OUT
Presenter: John M. Frame (Witten LLP)
One of the hot button topics during the government’s public consultations, the distribution of corporation documents and what (if anything) should be charged is now going to be addressed. It may not be ideal but it is what we have to work with for the time being. We will dive into the document details as follows:
- Additional documents that have been added for public disclosure upon request
- What corporations can and cannot charge for and the new fee limits
- Notification requirements for a variety of documents
- How documents can be transmitted and what boards should focus on to lower costs and save time.
- How long records must be retained and in what format they can be kept.
1 C) Tackling Human Rights Issues in Condos
Presenters: Melissa L. Stappler (Willis Law) and Heidi Besuijen (Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer LLP)
Recent case law has confirmed that the Alberta Human Rights Act applies to condominium corporations and protects members of the public against discrimination on a number of protected grounds. Boards are increasingly being faced with requests and/or complaints on
issues such as service animals, wheelchair access, etc. and need to understand how best to investigate and resolve if necessary.
- Get an overview of Alberta’s human rights legislation and what areas can be applied in a condominium setting
- How does the corporation’s “duty to accommodate” apply and to what extent must they comply?
- Learn best practices on how to respond and investigate when a human rights complaint is received and review recent decisions of the AHRC for context
- Confirm the steps you need to take if your condo currently has an age restriction following last year’s changes.
Session #2 10:15 AM – 11:30 AM
2 A) The Future of your AGM is Burdensome – Dealing with the New Reality
Presenter: Victoria Archer (Gledhill Larocque)
If there is one area that has boards and managers shaking their heads the most regarding the upcoming legislation it’s the new regulations regarding General Meetings. While some improvements have been made, there is no doubt that the amount of time and detail required to complete all the requirements before, during and after the meeting has substantially increased. We will discuss best practices to assist with:
- Additional notification requirements including documents, outlines and deadlines
- Owner agenda items and how best to work with owners to streamline the process for all
- The new voting regime including how voting rights will be assigned and votes tabulated
- How proxies must be outlined, restrictions of use and who can hold them
- How minutes must be recorded and distributed following the meeting
2 B) Reserve Fund Plan and Annual Report Workshop SOLD OUT
Presenters: Shantel Kalakalo (Wade Engineering) and Alex Zovighian (KDM Management)
Although boards for the most part have little trouble hiring a provider to complete a reserve fund study and provide the report for approval, a number struggle with their responsibility in providing an updated plan for the owners. In addition, a revised annual report is being introduced that requires additional information so both the board and owners can be on the same page when it comes to how the corporation will be dealing with its capital assets.
In this hands-on workshop, attendees will have the opportunity to review how a reserve fund plan should be constructed and reviewed on an annual basis and parameters to consider when there may be a need to alter the information supplied by the provider. We will also create a template for corporations to use for the revised annual report produced in advance of your AGM.
As a bonus, we will identify the other reserve fund changes that have been included in the upcoming legislation.
2 C) Managers are from Mars, Boards are from Venus – Best Practices for a Healthy Relationship
Presenters: Jamie Shima (Pivotal Property Management), Darcie Lee Rea (Hallmark Management), Leslie Johnson (Westcliffe Arms), Mary Schweitzer and Joyce Kropiniski (Foxhaven Grande)
The critical relationship between the board and manager can turn water into wine when it works but can then turn it back to sour milk when it doesn’t. The reality is that when you mix in a volunteer board who have multiple other priorities with a manager who has multiple other clients it takes a lot of work from both sides to make the relationship blossom. Whether it is due to a lack of processes, clash of personalities, divergent perspectives or uncertainty of costs, the board and manager are required to resolve the issue for the betterment of the corporation.
Our panel will provide some anecdotal examples of how important the pillars of trust, transparency, communication and accountability are and the challenges that can erupt when things fall between the cracks. They will also provide some direction on questions from the audience who may be challenged with their own issues in this interactive session.
Session #3 1:15 PM – 2:30 PM
3 A) The New Governance Guidelines – Rules and Bylaws SOLD OUT
Presenter: Hugh Willis (Willis Law)
In addition to the Act and Regulation, condominiums have their own unique list of bylaws, rules and or policies. Due to the changes in legislation, there is a strong likelihood that many revisions will be required to ensure your governing documents are still pertinent and not in contravention.
Key points of discussion with practical examples and solutions include the following topics:
- Common bylaws that likely will be in contravention and how they can be dealt with
- The introduction of rules – what they can and cannot cover, how they are approved and how they can be repealed
- How to ensure existing policies/rules can still be enforced
- When ordinary or special resolutions are required
3 B) Not So Fast with Fines and Sanctions – A Process Primer SOLD OUT
Presenter: Todd Shipley (Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer LLP)
One of the areas where additional clarification has been welcomed in the legislation is in regards to fines and sanctions. With the additional details provided however, boards must be aware and follow through with the new processes that are outlined in the regulations.
This session will outline what is changing and best practices to follow to ensure compliance.
- What is the difference between a fine and a sanction?
- The updated notification process including proposed sanctions, what details must be included in the notice, service of notice and owners ability to respond
- Proper record keeping and the limits of boards to delegate responsibility
- New limits for initial, subsequent and cumulative monetary sanctions
3 C) Haste Makes Waste: The Benefits of Building Investigation Explored
Presenters: Justin Tudor (Keller Engineering), Marla Snoddon (Entuitive Corporation) and Bereket Alazar (Morrison Hershfield)
New construction is for cowards! The edge-of-your seat excitement that only a building restoration project can deliver is often tied to the unknown conditions behind the walls, underneath the membrane, and hidden in the concrete. Join our panel of engineers as they review the cost effectiveness of different types of pre-construction assessments.
Discussions will include: when should exploratory investigation occur, the limits of visual investigations, the use of technology in non-destructive testing, what a reserve fund study field review should identify, and how that’s different from a specific component or element investigation, and more.
Session #4 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM
Condominium Legal Panel
Moderator: Anand Sharma (CCI North Alberta Board President)
Panel – Victoria Archer (Gledhill Larocque), Todd Shipley (Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer LLP) and Hugh Willis (Willis Law)
Once you have digested the earlier sessions, we give you the opportunity to pepper our panel for clarity and direction on the topics of your choosing (the panel wanted us to include the phrase within reason for good measure). For those of you who have not had the pleasure of attending a previous legal panel, it is always interesting to hear the different perspectives each of them bring along with their expertise.
This year each lawyer will introduce their own “soap box item” on a point they feel needs to be emphasized to the condominium community. The Q & A section will then open up where the audience will have the opportunity to ask their own general questions, whether it is dealing with any aspect of the legislation, updates on Cannabis concerns, human rights matters or general governance direction.
Grand Finale 4:15 PM – 4:30 PM
Draw Prizes / Closing Remarks
We are very fortunate to have a large group of generous Business Partners who donate prizes for the attendees. It is definitely worth the wait as you must be present to take home a draw prize if selected. We will keep you updated as prizes are confirmed.
Condo Owner Session:
How the Changes in Legislation Affects You Directly
Saturday, April 27th 9:30AM – 11:00AM
Presenter: Todd Shipley (Reynolds Mirth Richards & Farmer LLP)
- CCI Members – $20 + GST
- General Public – $40 + GST
The upcoming changes in the legislation are significant and it is important for condo owners to understand the key changes that will have the most impact to them. There are a number of revisions that owners should be pleased with while there are some that leave most of us rather puzzled. Either way, the better you comprehend your new rights and responsibilities the less likely you are to be surprised of the upcoming processes. Keep in mind that once the legislation is enforced no owner can use the “I didn’t know” defence as an excuse. Some of the topics that will be reviewed include:
- Condo Documents – New guidelines for costs and distribution, upgraded notifications and clarification of what documents can be shared with owners
- Annual General Meetings – Owner agenda items, increased notification and changes in voting procedures
- Fines and Sanctions – Changes in the process, limitations of fines and timeline to contest
- Insurance – Absolute liability for owners, repair and possible deductible responsibilities and the introduction of the standard insurable unit
Thank You to All of Our Sponsors
Networking Break AM / Session Room
Networking Break PM
Feature Conference Session
Attendee Gift Bag
Free for Attendees and the General Public. Here is a list of last year’s Exhibitors and Sponsors. Registration for the Tradeshow portion will be announced in February 2020.
4-Way Inspection Services
Professional inspection company specializing in Gas Detection in parkades, mechanical rooms, etc. Other services offered but not limited to are: Infrared Thermographic Inspections on electrical distribution & building envelopes, Electrical Motor Testing, VFD Testing/Maintenance & Power Quality Analysis.
AAA Striping & Seal Coating Service
With over 38 years in the line painting and parking lot maintenance experience, AAA Striping specializes in Line Painting, Seal Coating, Crack Sealing, Sweeping, Parkade Scrubbing, Power Washing, & Snow Removal. We have developed an internal project management tool to assist in our project delivery. Big or small, we work with all sizes & levels of the Property Management Industry.
Abris Construction is a company that is built for one thing. We are built to serve property managers and to make your lives easier. Whether that is taking care of a difficult or very complicated job, customer, or just getting a small quote done we’ve got you covered. We are here to do great quality work and to communicate effectively in order to help you serve your customers better.
Aegis West Engineering
Aegis West is an Edmonton, Alberta area based engineering firm specializing in building envelope services for new/existing construction. We provide a full range of condominium specific services: Reserve Fund Studies, Building Envelope Investigations and Renewal, Design and Specifications, and Construction Review and Administration for all building types (duplex, townhouse, apartments, and towers).
Building envelope restoration, general building repair, as part of the ongoing repair and maintenance needs of both commercial and residential buildings.
Ayre & Oxford
Property Management Services for Condominium, Residential and Commercial.
Belfor Property Restoration
BELFOR is Canada’s leading disaster recovery and damage restoration company for both residential and commercial properties. We operate more than 37 full-service BELFOR Property Restoration offices in eight provinces from the mountain ranges of western Canada to the eastern Atlantic coastline.
BFL Insurance Services
BFL provides the market leading Condo Protect insurance package designed specifically to cover the risks faced by condominium corporations. We offer guidance focused around claims prevention, coverage education and bylaw review to property managers and condominium boards.
BMO Bank of Montreal
BMO offers a comprehensive banking program for Condo Corporations
Return on Funds-Preferred interest rates
Reporting-Clear, timely and detailed information
Cash Management-Banking platform to manage collection and payment processes from a customized menu
Credit-Financing program for project financing
CONTACT: Joe Polack at 780-408-0014 or firstname.lastname@example.org
With over 30 years in the business, Braden Equities Inc. is one of the premier Property Management companies in Edmonton and area. We pride ourselves in having the best staff in the industry backed by strong proven management systems that delivers results. We are firm believers that paying attention to the details can mean all the difference.
C3 Engineering Technology
Professional Engineering technology company specializing in Condo Reserve Fund Studies & Capital Cost Studies; Mechanical HVAC Problem Solving; Mechanical & Building Assessments; Mechanical Design Drawings & Specifications for Competitive Bidding; Maintenance Mgt & Maintenance Schedules; AQ Assessments; Energy Management Design; Control Systems Problem Solving; Reasonable Ab Company since 1989.
Canadian Condominium Institute
The Canadian Condominium Institute (“CCI”) is an independent non-profit organization formed in 1982 with chapters throughout Canada including a very active North Alberta Chapter. It represents all facets of the condominium community, from individual owners to condominium corporations as well as professionals and businesses that service the condominium industry.
Canadian Western Bank
Canadian Western Bank (CWB) is known for providing personalized and industry leading service to clients. CWB Financial Group provides specialized service in business and personal banking, trust and wealth management across Canada. We take the time to understand your goals and aspirations so we can ensure you get the support you need to be successful.
Century 21 Platinum Realty
Century 21 Platinum Property Management & Realty has been involved in the metro Edmonton area for over 20 years. As a Licensed Property Manager, we currently manage multi-family, condominium corporations and single family properties. With a team of 7 professionals, we are available to handle any condominium corporation projects.
Classic Elevator Interiors
Classic supports a wide range of choices for building, renovating or servicing elevators from small existing condominium to full custom interiors for new construction. Where the elevator mechanics are not being modernized we can still repair or replace components to help refresh your space to help keep your elevator lobby, entryway and car interior looking new.
Complete Care Restoration Services
Water / Sewer Damage Response
Contents Evaluation / Manipulation / Restoration
Exterior Wind/Hail and Vehicle Impact
Reconstruction / Renovation
Mould / Asbestos Testing
Trauma Scene Clean-Up
Providing Support, Education and Options on the loan process for Condominium Corporations to borrow money for repairs to their common property.
Converge Condo Management
Edmonton’s condo manager of choice. We invest in our people, technology and processes to deliver unparalleled customer service and advice to our clients; allowing board members the peace of mind to enjoy condo living again.
CorBec Management Group
CorBec Management Group is a boutique Property Management company. Our goal is to breathe “new life” into your community by ensuring you have the right management – model to support your condominium needs. The relationship between a Manager, Board of Directors & Owners must be one of trust and compatibility. We always pride ourselves on attentive and personalized customer service!
If you need reliable, thorough and professional cleaning services, our team is ready to help. We deliver exceptional cleaning services to Edmonton & St. Albert condominium buildings, offices & commercial spaces using environmentally friendly, non-toxic products. We are fully covered by WCB and carry liability insurance. Contact us today to discuss your cleaning needs and how we can help you!
Founded in 2011, Entuitive is a consulting engineering practice with seven offices across Canada, the UK, and the United States. Our firm encompasses integrated structural and building envelope engineering, including condominium reserve fund studies, condition assessments, contract administration, and more. From your roof to your parkade, we care about the health of your building.
FirstOnSite Restoration is a leading full service emergency restoration company serving the commercial, residential and industrial sectors in Canada, and the US large loss and commercial market.
Gallagher Insurance is a full service Insurance Broker providing Risk Management and Insurance Services to the Real Estate and Property Management Industry.
GDB Landscaping Ltd.
Summer Maintenance, Winter Maintenance (Snow Removal) and Commercial Development landscaping.
Go West Valuations Corp
Go West provides the most clear, intelligent, and value-driven insurance appraisals in the Alberta market. Rich in detail, our appraisals enable an insurer to obtain the most accurate policy premiums and the lowest cost for you, the client. Now also offering “Standard Insurable Unit Descriptions” to meet the new Condominium Act changes in 2020. A better appraisal solution is here, today.
Great Canadian was founded 20 years ago and has evolved into a full service, one-stop, energy efficient renovation specialist. Our skilled and experienced workforce ensure our customer’s roofing, exterior, stucco and attic insulation needs are met.
Habu I.T. Solutions
Habu I.T. and Security is an Edmonton based company, focusing on video surveillance and wireless internet access. We offer many different video surveillance options for condominium and apartment complexes and parkades, working with property managers to find ways to free their time and boost productivity.
HUB International was formed with the merger of 11 privately held Canadian insurance brokerages in 1998. Today, we are ranked among the largest insurance brokers worldwide. While global, our strength lies in our commitment to the communities we live and do business in. We are here to help you evaluate your risks and develop solutions that are tailored to your needs.
Kalloway Property Services
Full service disaster restoration contractor, specializing in asbestos and hazardous material remediation.
KDM Management Inc. specializes in condominium management. We work together with Condominium Corporations to ensure that they are operationally efficient and properly prepared for the future. We service residential, commercial and bare-land condominium corporations in the Greater Edmonton Area.
Keller Engineering is a multi-disciplinary engineering and building science firm that provides comprehensive services including building and systems assessment, associated repairs, renewal consulting services and reserve fund reporting for the past 35 years. Our condominium expertise and accountable project leads ensure open lines of communication and prompt response times.
Mayfield Management Group
Mayfield Management Group has been serving condominium corporations for over 27 years and is comprised of a dedicated team of individuals, tied to strong core values. We are there to support the needs of our clients and exceed their expectations through our proven processes and cutting edge technology. MMG is “big enough to serve you, small enough to know you”.
Metrix Group LLP
Metrix Group is a public accounting firm that originated in Edmonton in 1962. Our team of 80 staff, including 8 partners, in 5 offices, service our clients across Alberta. Metrix provides accounting, audit, tax and consulting services to the private and public sectors.
- Private residence condominium clients
- Commercial condominium clients
- Condominium rental pools
- RECA compliance audits
Mop To It & Divine Painting
Booth 43 (Shared)
Mop To It provides residential and commercial professional cleaning services. We consistently deliver the quality cleaning experience you expect, at a value you deserve.
Divine Painting provides high quality commercial/residential, interior, exterior painting and staining services in Edmonton. Honesty & integrity with Colour & Devotion in Every Stroke!
Multi-disciplinary engineering consultants, 40-yr specialty in building envelope rehabilitation projects including building condition assessment/design/ tendering/CCDC contract administration/field review. Re-roofing, window/door replacement, cladding/balcony repair/replacement. Testing services incl. air/water leakage, thermographic scanning, structural. Warranty reviews and Reserve Fund Studies.
Nordic Mechanical Services Ltd.
Nordic is an established expert in the mechanical industry servicing Central and Northern Alberta…we help make buildings work. We are proud of our team and our level of expertise as we continue to grow and evolve with our clients, partners and our community, providing single source solution capabilities with complete building system solutions.
We are Canada’s insurance appraisal experts. We deliver peace of mind to owners, property managers, and insurance brokers with our industry replacement cost reports and unrivalled customer service.
Northern Lights Appraisals
Northern Lights Appraisals offers a wide range of valuation services, incl. residential & commercial valuations. Our appraisal team has 60+ years of combined experience serving Edmonton, Red Deer & Calgary regions. We appraise a wide range of properties for insurance purposes & are a trusted and reliable resource in the real estate market. Contact us for your next insurance appraisal quote!
Osco Mudjacking & Shotcreting
Osco is a full-service Concrete Repair and Replacement company operating since 1952. Condominium Owners and Property Managers call us for concrete raising and void-filling utilizing both Mudjacking and Polyurethane Foam systems. We also provide solutions for structural and water-leak issues in foundation walls and parkades, plus repair or complete replacement of sidewalks, curbs, steps and more.
Paneless Window Cleaning
Paneless Window, Eavestrough and Power Washing has been serving The Greater Edmonton Area for 23 years. We deliver a high quality service, done safely, and on time every time. COR Certified ’18 & IRATA Certified ’17. Your local choice for quality, safety, and reliability in exterior cleaning.
replacement of sidewalks, curbs, steps and more.
Pivotal Property Management
The satisfaction of each one of our managed condominium corporations is driven by proactive communication, thorough internal process, and innovative technology. We build partnerships, improve our managed communities, and raise the bar through corporate social responsibility.
Plant & Associates Appraisal Services
Plant & Associates is a full service real estate appraisal firm which provides a variety of valuation services and reserve fund planning throughout Alberta and British Columbia. Our experienced team includes AIC designated appraisers (AACI, P.App), Certified Reserve Planners, and an Engineering Technologist. With over 25 years of experience our experts can provide the service you need.
Premiere Property Management Group
The Premiere Group is a successful and efficient Full-Service Management Company providing efficient property management and quality maintenance to our clients. We offer comprehensive services customized to meet your needs. We have established a solid understanding of building systems, efficient maintenance solutions, and excellent relationships with several contractors.
Pop-A-Lock Edmonton provides a wide range of lock and security solutions in addition to mailboxes, master key systems, and door hardware. If you are looking to improve the security of your building, call Pop-A-Lock for a free inspection and quote.
Prince Property offers Personal Service in managing Condominium Corporations in the greater Edmonton area. We oversee day to day operations, fair pricing and open communications. Prince Property is a family business based on honesty and integrity. For further information contact Sandi Danielson at email@example.com.
REALTORS® Association of Edmonton
The REALTORS® Association of Edmonton is a professional association of over 3,500 Brokers and Associates in the greater Edmonton area. The Association administers the Edmonton Multiple Listing Service®, provides professional education to members and enforces a strict REALTOR® Code. The REALTORS® administers the Condo Access Box for it’s members and works with Property Managers.
Reliance Asset Consulting
Do you know exactly how the upcoming condo regulation changes will affect you? Stop by and we’ll answer your questions. Since 2000, Reliance has generated the most in-depth insurance appraisals and reserve fund studies in Western Canada. Our clients save money and have peace of mind when working with us – properties are precisely insured and they’re completely confident in their funding process.
Local, family owned and operated, full service flooring store.
We supply all the major brands of Carpet, Carpet Tiles, Laminate, Hardwood, Ceramic Tile, Luxury Vinyl Plank/Tile and Sheet Vinyl.
We offer a mobile shopping service, with free in-home product and color consultations.
Professional Installation. Workmanship Guaranteed.
Safe With Ulli Inc.
Cutting edge video solutions to protect against theft, vandalism & environmental damage. We provide condominium security using advanced security technologies such as dual-lens video surveillance cameras, access control systems & smart security to prevent pipes from freezing and avoid claims due to water damage.
ServiceMASTER Restore of Edmonton
ServiceMASTER Restore is ready to respond when disaster strikes your home or business. We provide comprehensive services ranging from emergency mitigation and reconstruction of fire or water damage, mold removal, asbestos abatement, trauma scene/biohazard clean up, emergency board up, and odor control. Our team will ensure you receive the highest level of expertise and customer service 24/7.
Skyline QS Consultants
Skyline QS offers Standard Insurable Unit Description Packages. Skyline QS Consultants Ltd. is a Quantity Surveying company accountable for providing accurate and timely cost advice/solutions throughout the duration of any and all insurance and construction projects. Other services include Appraisals for Insurance Purposes, Post Loss Property Inspection & Assessment, Bid Package & Bid Analysis.
Solstice Landscape Maintenance
Solstice is a landscape maintenance company operating in Edmonton and the surrounding areas. We specialize in commercial snow removal and landscape maintenance. We pride ourselves on high quality, dependable property maintenance in Edmonton.
Since its inception in 1960, Suncorp Valuations has become an industry leader in the provision of independent valuation and advisory services for tangible and intangible properties. We provide coast-to-coast appraisal service for all types of property including valuation for the purposes of insurance, market value appraisal services, reserve fund studies and deprecation reports.
T&L Adjusters Ltd. provides professional loss adjusting services, on both a consulting and claim adjusting basis. Since 1980, our services include first response, investigation, evaluation, negotiation, settlement and liability assessment.
Togondo is a leading-edge property management app that is designed to significantly enhance condo communities. The system was developed in close consultation with numerous condo boards and property managers. It allows users online access to documents, submit and track service requests, book amenities, and receive mass notifications. Boards also have real-time access to detailed management reports.
Tree Ninja is an Edmonton tree service company. As ISA Certified arborists, Edmonton has trusted Tree Ninja to perform thousands of tree services safely and skillfully. Some of our clients include West Edmonton Mall, the University of Alberta, Westrich Pacific, Arye and Oxford, Skyline Property Management and many others.
Tree of Knowledge (TOK) Engineering
TOK Engineering is a practical, multi-disciplinary engineering firm with expertise in mechanical, structural, civil and forensic engineering. When “bad things happen to good properties” we are there to help. From rooftop HVAC units to problematic balconies, to leaking, parkades we have the experience to help solve the problem. We also provide Reserve Fund Studies and Building Envelope Reviews.
Wade Engineering offers a wide range of services such as Reserve Fund Reports, Building Envelope Audits (Roofing, Attic, Wall Cladding, Windows, Balconies and Parkades, etc.). In addition we prepare master format specification packages including detail drawings, issue for tender, conduct pre-construction meetings and complete inspections of work in progress.
Willis Law is a boutique law office providing legal services to condominium corporations, services include bylaw revisions and interpretation; collection of condominium fees and special levies, attendance at AGMs and information sessions; enforcement of bylaws; eviction of problem tenants; construction deficiency litigation; and more.
WSP is a building sciences consulting firm, with two offices in Alberta. We specialize in helping condominium boards with assessing the actual condition of their buildings. WSP also prepares specifications for any required work on the roof, walls, balconies, decks or parkades. WSP has experts in all the fields that encompass building sciences.
Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. For more information, visit us at http://www.ccinorthalberta.com/