San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
CCI has been working with the City of Calgary and other stakeholders on the Building Maintenance Bylaw which comes into effect in 2017, and which affects a subset of condominiums in Calgary. Presenters Mike Dietrich, P. Eng. of Morrison Hershfield Limited and John McDougall of Scott Venturo, LLP both sat on stakeholder panels with the City of Calgary during bylaw inception. They will present the bylaw in its finalized form, and provide information about what it means to condominium directors and other building owners. Randy Reid of the City of Calgary Building Regulations, will also be in attendance to provide information to our members. Topics will include applicable building types, ages, reporting requirements (content, property elements discussed, etc.), reporting frequency, the qualifications of persons performing maintenance reviews, scope options, and the City’s auditing process.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PRESENTATION IS HELD ON A WEDNESDAY AS OPPOSED TO OUR REGULAR THURSDAY MEETING DATES. WE WILL RESUME WITH EVERY 4TH THURSDAY OF THE MONTH FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR AFTER THIS PRESENTATION.
When & Where
CCI South Alberta Chapter
The Canadian Condominium Institute is the Voice of Condominium in Canada. Formed in 1982, CCI remains the only national condominium focused association. We have four major objectives:
A. To Educate
- Through educational programs designed to inform its owners about condominium life
- To equip directors with the skills necessary to conduct the affairs of a corporation
- To qualify managers to better administer the operations of condominium
B. To Develop Standards
- The Canadian Condominium Institute has developed standards in the areas of Law, Accounting, Property Management, Insurance and Real Estate. Through education and examination, the institute extends professional associate status upon those of its members who attain the required standards
C. To Offer Referral Resources
- Referral resources are made available to Members seeking professional services and information
D. To Improve Legislation
- The Canadian Condominium Institute represents condo owners/director issues at the government level when required
CCI operates primarily through Chapters across the country. The National membership meets once each fall for the Annual General Meeting, held in Toronto. Day to day business at the National level is conducted through the National Board, its Executive, and various standing and ad hoc committees.
We are proud to be an independent, non-profit organization dealing exclusively with condominium issues.