With over 350 exhibitors from 38 countries, the recent Saudi Health conference in Riyadh was a key event for the healthcare sector in Saudi Arabia.

HH Angus was one of 19 private and public Canadian firms exhibiting at the event, as part of the Canadian delegation organized by the Canadian government international trade offices in Ontario and Saudi Arabia.

According to HH Angus’ Mohammad Abusaa (below right with Saudi guest), “Healthcare is an important sector for the Gulf Corporation Council. With the population expected to number 50 million in 2020, and with those 65+ years of age growing from 1.2 million in 2015 to 14.2 million in 2050, it is apparent that demand on healthcare services and facilities is on the rise.”

Ideation: The Missing Link to Renewable Energy

The Missing Link to Renewable Energy

TORONTO – April 16, 2015                                                                                                                 HH Angus was proud to host Dr. Donald Sadoway, one of TIME Magazine’s ‘World’s 100 Most Influential People 2012’, speaking on “The Missing Link to Renewable Energy.”

HH Angus’ IDEATION forums support the exploration of innovative ideas, and they were very pleased to showcase Dr. Sadoway’s work.

The current challenge with alternative energy is that the intermittent nature of solar and wind sources makes it difficult to fully capitalize on their generating capacity. Dr. Sadoway and his team of students at MIT have invented a battery technology with the potential to harness the full power of alternative energy by storing excess electricity that is often spilled from the grid at peak production times.

We know the future of the energy economy will not look like it does today. Dr. Sadoway’s battery technology, which has the potential to harness the full power of alternative energy, is a step toward the future of renewable energy. 

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HH Angus’ Michael Loughry, P.Eng., LEED® AP, will be speaking at the 26th Annual PM Expo on December 4, 2014. The session is titled  “Lessons Learned from Building Commissioning of New and Existing Facilities: When Has It Worked and When Has It Failed?”  Mike will be speaking on ‘Commissioning Existing Buildings – Compartment Unit Air Systems’.

Mike has been  involved  in the building construction industry for over thirty years.  His experience in providing commissioning services includes a wide range of facilities from healthcare to data centres. As past president of the ASHRAE Toronto Chapter and former long-standing member of the Board of Directors for the Building Commissioning Association – Eastern Canada Chapter, Mike will offer insight into commissioning practices.

The 26th Annual PM Expo will be held concurrently with Construct Canada, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo and Concrete Canada on December 3-5, 2014 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building. New this year, the event will expand to the North Building to include Construct International and IIDEXCanada. All shows combined will create The Buildings Show, North America’s largest exposition, networking and educational event. Influential buyers and decision-makers of the design, construction and real estate industries will attend the Show to experience more than 1600 exhibits and 350 seminars and demonstrations, delivering the very latest in products, technologies, best practices and applications.

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November 6, 2014: Today, HH Angus is taking part in the Converged Toronto 2014 Data Centre Conference at the Eaton Chelsea in Toronto.  Company Principal Rod Mons, Director, Technology Division, P. Eng., P.E., C.E.D., RCDD, LEED® AP BD+C, will be a featured panelist at the Thought-Leader Invitational Breakfast Roundtable: “The Changing Nature of C-Suite Roles in the Era of IT Capacity Sourcing – Co-Lo, IAAS, Hyperscaling”.

Also facilitating at the Roundtable is Craig Sievenpiper, P.Eng., LEED® AP, Mission Critical Mechanical Design Lead and Principal. Leading the day’s Design + Strategy session, Mohammad Abusaa, M.B.A., PMP®, LEED® Green Associate, will serve as Hall Chair.

On November 19, 2014, HH Angus’ - Paul Isaac will be a panelist for an energy generation discussion on “CHP – poised for a resurgence in Ontario?”

From APPrO  – the Association of Power Producers of Ontario: “The prospects for CHP (Combined Heat and Power technology) have rarely been better in Ontario: Improving economics, and the widening recognition that CHP can help to meet objectives for urban resiliency, grid reliability and environmental sustainability, have created the potential for a groundswell of new development. Experts identify the key obstacles to building capacity and how they are being addressed.”

Paul Isaac will be addressing “How new technology can be used to help mitigate short circuit fault capacity issues.”  Paul Isaac, ing., P. Eng., is a senior electrical engineer and a principal at HH Angus and Associates.

Panel:  “CHP – poised for a resurgence in Ontario?” 1:00 pm, Metro Convention Centre, South Building, Toronto, ON – Nov. 19, 2014

The 26th Anniversary of Canadian Power Conference and Networking Centre takes place on November 18 & 19, 2014.  For more information on this event, please click here to visit the APPrO website