Calif., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Research
Council of Canada's National Institute for Nanotechnology,
Canada's high-profile entry into the dedicated nanotechnology
research building arena, will be unveiled at Tradeline's
Science Buildings Canada 2005 conference on May 30-31,
2005, in Ottawa, Ontario.
At this conference,
Phil Haswell, Director of Facilities with the University
of Alberta, and Donna Clare, a partner with the architectural
firm Cohos Evamy, will describe the journey of this
facility from concept to development to commissioning.
When completed this fall, the 22,600-square- metre
NINT will be one of the world's most technologically
advanced research facilities. Only five such buildings
The conference will
also feature a host of newly constructed Canadian
research buildings and science teaching facilities
that demonstrate innovative, cost-effective solutions
for a broad spectrum of science programs. Building
owners, users, project managers, architects, contractors,
and operations managers will gather to report on best
practices and the latest technologies being deployed
at these facilities.
The Science Buildings
Canada 2005 general sessions, forums, and breakout
sessions will reveal how scientific vision, design
concepts, and building operations plans are shaping
decisions on budgets, performance metrics, flexibility
features, space utilization, and multi-discipline
building solutions. Cutting-edge technology designed
for vivariums, biocontainment, specialized embedded
spaces, and sustainable ("green") design
will be discussed as well.
For more information
about the Science Buildings Canada 2005 conference
go to http://www.TradelineInc.com/Canada .
About Tradeline, Inc.
Tradeline, Inc. produces
a series of conferences on leading-edge planning,
design, and construction of facilities, and the management
of facilities portfolios and workplace support services.
Now in its 26th year, this acclaimed conference series
addresses research buildings, corporate facilities,
and college and university campuses. At each conference,
participants learn the latest planning and management
concepts and build on the successes and lessons learned
of others. The Tradeline Web site provides specialized
tools and resources to facilities professionals enabling
them to make the critical decisions that shape their
organizations. Tradeline also produces project data
books for college and university buildings, and a
Directory of consultants, contractors, vendors, and
service providers. For more information go to www.TradelineInc.com
Contact: Bill Nothofer,
Tradeline Inc., (925) 254-1744 x 19,