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February 26, 2014

PHOTO GALLERY: Buildex Vancouver 2014

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WorkSafeBC employees show off the latest in safety gear at their booth at Buildex Vancouver.

Buildex Vancouver 2014 has wrapped up, but the Journal of Commerce was on the trade show floor and gathered some of the highlights of the conference. Check out some of our photos and blogs, and stay tuned for videos from the conference.

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Colleen Schaffer, a safety specialist with Anti-Slip Anywhere/Tile Safe Products demonstrates no-slip tiles at Buildex Vancouver.

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Tom Bartley of Spec Mix, Inc. gets dirty while showing off some samples.

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The Vancouver Regional Construction Association was one of the many organizations in Association Row at Buildex Vancouver.

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Houle Electric had a presence on the trade show floor at Buildex.

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Ischebeck Titan Shoring Systems representatives are ready to help with your shoring needs.

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Rob Harris, technical manager for the Roofing Contractors Association of British Columbia, minds the booth at Buildex Vancouver.

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Brad Levine and Eric Chopin from Eco-Paving kept pavements sustainable at Buildex Vancouver.

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Tiffany Fox of Buildingnerd.ca and Jennifer Shanse of LGS get into the swing of things at the Fellowship of the Swing presented as part of Structure2014 on the Buildex Vancouver trade show floor.

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Jeff Duck, Lesley Yuen, Carolyn Mason, and Bill Condon of Nuheat Industries show off the latest innovations from their company at Buildex Vancouver

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The VRCA ‘Young Guns’ keynote panel from left to right: Jason Glue, the district manager for BC for Graham Construction & Engineering Inc, Jeff Musialek, vice president of Smith Bros. and Wilson (BC) Ltd, Heather James, the CEO of Active First Aid Inc, Craig Shirra, a project coordinator at Bird Construction, and Kevin Zakus, the CEO of the BCCA Employee Benefit Trust. VRCA president Fiona Famulak moderated the panel.

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Reed Construction Data and the Journal of Commerce were at the conference with free hot coffee for attendees.

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