The OFIA (Ontario Forest Industries Association) held its 73rd annual meeting, followed by an awards ceremony earlier this week in Toronto. David Moses gave a presentation on the 21st century’s architectural wonder material – wood, along with Marianne Berube (Wood WORKS!, Canadian Wood Council), and Brock James (LGA Architectural Partners). David Moses won the OFIA’s Wood Champion Award for his contribution to the growth the renewable forest sector in Ontario.
David was the specialty timber project engineer for the Art Gallery of Ontario renovation project which is considered one of the most sophisticated wood structures in the world. MSE engineered the TD Place Stadium veil in Lansdowne Park, and is now working on Toronto’s first mid-rise wood building.
David has previously won the Wood WORKS! Engineer Advocate Award in 2009, 2013, and 2015.
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