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Past Events

Finding inspiration in every turn

See below a snippet of our previous events you can request to view

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Tradition Meets Future: 
The Balcony Showdown

Resibuild reported live on the battle of balconies, where Sapphire's aluminium Cassette proved its future-ready status. In the time it took to install a single set of balustrades onto a traditional concrete slab, Sapphire installed ten of their pre-finished aluminium Cassettes. Efficient, sustainable and faster than any available alternative. 


TEDI Talks: Releasing Architectural Freedom while Simply Improving Thermal Performance

With both rising heats in the summer and plummeting freezes in the winter, it’s more important than ever to consider how to improve the thermal performance of our condominiums. Our online panel discussion, featuring keynote speakers from all corners of the real estate market, will provide individuals with the opportunity to gain insight into how to improve thermal management. You will learn how to improve your TEDI rating through easy changes and how to manage the level of thermal intensity your building is under.

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Global Balconies

What does the future hold for balcony design & construction?

Part One

Against a backdrop of environmental concerns, skill shortages and increasing construction costs, UK Balustrades & Balcony experts Sapphire Balconies discuss the trends pushing the global demand for new technology in high rise/Condo apartments in Europe and North America.​

Global Innovations

What does the future hold for balcony design & construction?

Part Two

Innovation is the ability to see change as an opportunity. Discover why façade experts Antamex Partner Systems believe Canada is ready for a new way to design and build high rise balconies.  

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A Global Prospective

What does the future hold for balcony design & construction?

Part Three

Sustainability in construction projects involves implementing environmentally friendly practices to reduce environmental impact while maintaining a commercially viable business model. Modern methods of construction and offsite manufacturing can enhance sustainability and ease pressure of costs and skills shortages

See below a snippet of our previous events you can request to view.

The External Envelope Vision


Bringing together a range of industry experts, this event focuses on key industry challenges faced by all residential stakeholders.


During this event the 'A Zero-Carbon Future: Creating steps, not footprints' panel discussion will be live-streamed from the Shard in London where Resibuild will be hosting their 'Create, Deliver & Maintain, The External Envelope Vision' book launch.

The panel will be made up of contributors to the Resibuild resource book.

We are also excited to also give you the opportunity to have a live virtual tour of our new balcony system, we have worked with Sapphire balconies the UK’s leading balcony specialist to bring their Glide-On Cassette balcony system to Canada. Giving us an innovative balcony system that is able to deliver both rapid install and rigid balconies improving on the traditional balcony systems.

Construction’s Carbon Dilemma: Why, When & How?


Sustainability and climate change continue to be key topics within the construction industry globally. The UK Government has set out to achieve an 80% reduction in greenhouse emissions by 2050. It is estimated that 25% of carbon emissions come from homes and a further 17% from non-domestic buildings, so a decision was been made to improve energy efficiency in every household.

Thermal Bridging is not a Bridge too Far


The era of net-zero homes is upon us. The race to design and build the super-efficient homes of tomorrow that is happening today. Canadians use significant amounts of energy to heat, cool, and ventilate their homes. Managing what happens inside the building envelope is only one part of the battle. How do we as an industry, conquer the thermal bridging question?
Due to ever-changing code requirements and building practices, Canadian housing stock has undergone signifi
cant change over the years in terms of its thermal performance. As compared to previous decades, new houses are built with higher insulation levels, better airtightness, and more efficient space heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. But with all those internal concerns address, what about outside the building envelope?

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