Canadian Concrete Expo (CCE) is pleased to announce Sika Canada and Procore Technologies as the Title Sponsors for the third instalment of the Canadian Concrete Expo, January 22-23, 2020 at The International Centre in Toronto.
“The continued support from sponsors like Sika and Procore is a direct reflection of the quality and value of our Expo. We are proud of the growth in partnerships, and the commitment from returning sponsors demonstrates the strength of our shared commitment to the Canadian concrete construction industry.” says Stuart Galloway, 20/20 Show Productions, Inc. who produces the show.
A message from Sika Canada
For over a century, Sika has earned the trust of the construction industry by delivering the highest standards of performance and establishing an unparalleled level of commitment towards its customers. With the acquisition of King Packaged Materials, Sika Canada’s portfolio now encompasses the most comprehensive range of high-performance admixtures and cement-based material dedicated to the construction and mining sectors in the country.
When it comes to new construction or refurbishment projects, Sika offers a vast range of masonry mortars, grouts, screeds, shotcrete solutions, waterproofing systems, sealing & bonding solutions and concrete construction accessories. Sika also provides on-site and in laboratory testing services and a dedicated team of professionals ready to help you optimize your production and meeting new challenges.
A message from Procore Technologies
Procore is returning for a third year at CCE 2020 – our Procore team is thrilled to be coming back for the 2020 Expo as a Title Sponsor and Presenter at the only National Tradeshow in Canada dedicated the Concrete Construction Industry. The Procore team, including product specialists, solutions engineers, and technology specialists will be there to talk about their products, offerings, and will be demoing their software at their booth.
Procore is a global platform that connects everyone involved in a construction project, from office workers to site managers and subcontractors in the field. It gives everyone insight into projects, timelines and costs, and scales for residential contractors up to general contractors managing large-scale concrete pours. They help construction companies of all sizes around the world save time and money while gaining project control and visibility.
Procore will be presenting at the 3rd annual Canadian Concrete Expo on Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), discussing the management of integrated multi-disciplinary performance models of design-construction projects. Solutions engineer Anis Khoury and product consultant Ghazal Ramani will explore the impact of different engineering modelling methods on the construction industry.
“These are two high quality and respected companies throughout the industry, and we will put on an amazing show come January, just like we always do,” says Galloway. “I invite anyone who hasn’t been to it, to make the time to attend. I guarantee anyone who works with concrete will find the solutions, products and networks they need to grow their company. Registration opens October 15.”