Tall Wood Buildings – Reaching New Heights with Wood Buildings
CIQS Podcast – Knowledge Counts

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In this episode of Knowledge Counts, we speak with Carlo Velcic, an instructor from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) about tall wood buildings and other wood related construction.

Host: Wendy Hobbs, PQS(F)
Guest: Carlo Velcic, P.Eng.
Producer: Ryan Schriml



This episode is eligible for 1 CPD Point

About Our Guest

Carlo Velcic, P.Eng – Instructor at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Carlo Velcic has been in the wood industry for over 30 years. He graduated from the Civil Engineering Technology at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in 1978 and later continued his education at Lakehead University where he received his Bachelor of Engineering.

His expertise is in Engineered Wood Products, residential and light commercial construction.

He is currently an Instructor at SAIT in the Civil Engineering Technology Program.


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