Giving All Stakeholders The Competitive Advantage

CISC-ICCA Steel Structures Certification – The Path To A Successful Project Delivery

Webinar Instructor

Hellen Christodoulou,
PH.D. Ing., B.C.L., LL., M.B.A.

Manager, Steel Market and Industry Development

Dr. Hellen Christodoulou brings over 35 years of experience in bridges and major bridge structures across Canada and the US, in the conceptualization, design, rehabilitation and supervision of major bridge projects, superstructure and infrastructure design. She is considered a leading court expert in the field of forensic analysis of bridge and large infrastructure projects.

Dr. Christodoulou holds a PhD in Civil Engineering with specialization in bridges, degrees in civil and common law and a master’s in business administration. She is currently the Manager, Steel Market and Industry Development for the Canadian Steel Construction Institute and is an active member of several technical and industry committees for setting industry standards and updating of codes used for design.

The Senate Sesquicentennial Medal was conferred to Dr. Hellen Christodoulou, in commemoration of the hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the Senate of Canada and in recognition to her valuable service to the nation, by Senator Rosa Galvez.

Webinar Description

How the Steel Construction Industry Be More Competitive, Work Collaboratively and Deliver Projects With Greater Success?

In a world of global supply chains, all stakeholders are facing construction challenges. This webinar will expose the W5’s of how certification increases Canadian competitiveness. You will also have the unique opportunity to meet industry leaders that will share their first-hand experiences!

What you can achieve?

  1. Adherence to Quality Control and Assurance and pertinent inspection and testing
  2. A better compliance to current codes.
  3. Conformity to the interdependence between the design requirements and construction quality in maintaining the targeted reliability and durability.
  4. Avoidance of compromising safety and maintaining the expected quality of work.
  5. An increase of infrastructure life cycles.

What you can avoid?

Late deliveries; Cost overruns; Legal pursuits; Defects and deficiencies; Non-conformities to Codes and Standards.



Steel Fabricators – Leaders Across Canada

Listen to Their Point of View
Learn From Their Experiences on Steel Certification

Stephen K. Benson,
President & CEO

Benson Steel

George Sze,

Wesbridge Steelworks
British Columbia

Tim Houtsma,

Marid Industries
Nova Scotia

Todd Collister,
Director Technical Services

Supreme Steel

David Drouin,

Camnor Group

Thursday January 14, 2021 @ 1:30 – 2:30 pm EST

Click here to register

Participants are eligible for 0.1 CEU / 1 PDH following verification of attendance.
If qualifying, registrants will be emailed a certificate within 7-10 business days.