Landscape Design and Measurement Seminars
LD037: New- Small Garden Design
This seminar will key on properties where space is at a premium, either by virtue of lot size, or redevelopment that has seen a larger residence built on it. These small spaces pose many design challenges with mistakes and shortfalls apparent. We will analyse and explore how the principles and elements of design apply to these restricted spaces and how they can avert design mishaps. Particular attention will be directed to visual framing and perspective techniques that can make the small property seem larger than reality. Plants suitable for tight spaces and specific site conditions, along with related plant maintenance, will also be discussed. Numerous examples of small garden designs both in slide and plan format will be reviewed providing useful insights for participants. These same participants are encouraged to share their design ideas and challenges encountered from their own with small garden design.
This course would be applicable to a wide audience of design practitioners with special relevance to those starting their design careers.

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 20
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Frank Kershaw
Date: Tuesday November 14, 2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LP046: New-Perennials and Bulbs in the Landscape
This seminar explores the many special considerations of using spring flowering bulbs and colourful perennials in the landscape. Learn more about where, what and how to plant. Also covered are maximizing impact with colour and design, how to achieve continuous bloom through-out the season, bulb varieties, care considerations and more. Great seminars for designers, landscape install foreman and maintenance firms.
Lunch not included

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Nancy Christie
Date: Wednesday November 15, 2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LC044: Rain Garden Design and Construction Seminar
Learn to design and construct rain gardens and understand the key design features that make these landscape features effective in storm water management in southern Ontario. Determine how to calculate size and determine location of rain gardens while taking into consideration the soil properties. Proper seasonal maintenance of rain gardens as well as how storm water credits are calculated on behalf of the client will also be discussed.
This seminar is for landscape designers and landscape practitioners interested in Ontario's expanding industry of creating Low Impact Development features.
Note: Weather permitting participants should be prepared for a portion of outdoor hands-on learning. PPE required (safety shoes and gloves).

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jeff Thompson, Thompson Environmental
Date: Thursday November 16, 2017 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD027: Portfolio Preparations: Grading, Drainage and Construction Details
Technical drawings such as construction details,grading and drainage plans have presented some of the biggest challenges Landscape Designers and CLD candidates face when developing a conceptual design into a construction plan. The information required to clearly communicate the intent of a design for a landscape contractor can be challenging to determine. This one-day seminar will provide attendees with the opportunity to assess the technical information they should collect from a residential site before starting a design and how to communicate their intent to a landscape contractor through complete and concise details and drainage plans.
Who should attend: CLD candidates who want to improve their portfolios and landscape designers who want to communicate how to build their projects in a professional style. CLD applicants are welcome to bring details and drainage plans and/or questions in relation to their portfolio submissions to review at the end of the class.
What to bring: Imperial architectural scale, graph paper, technical pencil, set squares or laptop with CAD program.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jen Cuddie, Cuddie Landscape Planning
Date: Friday November 17, 2017 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD025: How to Use Dynascape
Dynascape is a CAD (Computer Automated Drafting) program for landscape designers and contractors. With preset line weights and beautiful landscape symbols, it can help convey your ideas to others in a clear, concise manner, making quantity takeoffs and design changes almost effortless. This seminar is intended for landscape designers or contractors at all experience levels. At the completion of this two-day seminar you will have the skills and confidence needed to draft landscape plans on a computer.
Before attending:
Participants must have the Dynascape program installed and working on their laptops. A trial program is available through Dynascape at sales@dynascape.com. Dynascape experience is necessary and an understanding of the Windows O/S is important.
Participants must bring a corded mouse with a scroll wheel (recommended) to make modeling and navigation easier. Participants should also allow time each night to review material covered that day.
Consider continuing with LD036 Intermediate Dynascape

LO member price: $250.00
Non-member price: $480.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Beth Edney, CLD, Designs by the Yard
Dates: Monday January 22, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Tuesday January 23, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LP006: Creating Sustainable Landscapes
Low maintenance, chemical-free landscapes using Ontario's native plants - landscape maintenance is changing and clients are looking for more sustainable ways of caring for their properties. This seminar will provide environmentally - sound solutions for landscape designers and contractors, discussing the wide variety of herbaceous and woody plant species for erosion-prone and problem sites. Native plant materials will be the focus in creating both functional landscapes and attractive private sanctuaries that support butterflies and birds. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how to incorporate native plants into their next residential or public landscape project.
Note: Consider continuing with LP001 Woody Plants: Their Appeal and Uses in the Landscape
For details on the new Fusion program see hortttrades.com/fusion

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jeff Thompson, Thompson Environmental
Date: Wednesday January 24, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD001: An Introduction to Landscape Design
Landscape Design: Presented as a creative, logical and orderly problem-solving process from preliminary investigation to final design preparations. This includes meeting the client, basic plan preparation and the application of basic design styles and themes. Participants will undertake a simple landscape problem. This seminar is great for those looking to expand their existing landscaping design experience or to start learning landscape design as a career path but have had no formal design training.
Participants are required to bring an architect's scale, pencils,eraser,drafting tools sketch paper and calculator.
Consider continuing with LD032 Next Step in Landscape Design or LD038 Creating a Backyard Design.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Chris Mace, Gelderman Landscape Services
Date: Thursday January 25, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD032: The Next Step in Landscape Design
This interactive hands-on seminar is for individuals with some experience in landscape design and are ready to move beyond the typical common landscape design approach. Through a case study, the group will work through a typical residential landscape design with not-so-typical requirements. With some review of the design process a strong focus is placed on the exploration and application of less common form and style compositions.
Participants should bring design tools, including an architect's scale, pencils eraser, sketch paper, design templates etc. as they will be expected to draw rough preliminary plants to scale.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Sabrina Goettler, The Site Collective
Date: Monday January 29, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD024: New-Introductory SketchUp
This two day seminar introduces new and inexperienced users to the basics of SketchUp, as applied to the activities of a landscape designer. The focus will be designing and communicating landscape design in three dimensions. Upon completion, you will be able to design simple landscape projects in three dimensions and present them as images.
Note: Seminar will be taught through Windows O/S. Participants need to bring: a laptop with SU2014, 2015 or 2016 (the free version) installed. Available via horttrades.com/sketchup-products-downloads. Please test the software prior to attending. A corded mouse with a scroll wheel is recommended to make modeling and navigating much easier.

LO member price: $250.00
Non-member price: $480.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Kris Bujold, Ron Koudys Landscape Architects
Dates: Wednesday January 31, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Thursday February 1, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC051: Bioswales for Designers and Landscape Contractors
Although not a prerequisite, this is the second in a series of advanced training for landscape designers and contractors who have attended the Rain Garden for Designers and Landscape Contractors seminar. The seminar will focus on design, construction and maintenance, including soils, plants and long term management.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
* Describe the functional characteristics and environmental benefits of bioswales.
* Know the five critical design elements of a bioswale.
* Evaluate the potential site of a bioswale and be able to complete a basic assessment of the soil, interpret soil data and evaluate bio-media for installation.
Consider continuing with LP047 Ornamental Ways to Handle Rainwater and LC052 Carbon Neutral Landscapes.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jeff Thompson, Thompson Environmental
Date: Monday February 5, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD026: Intermediate Sketchup for Landscape Design
This seminar is a follow-up to the Introductory SketchUp seminar, or for users who can competently model and present a simple landscape design. It will introduce participants to more sophisticated SketchUp skills and techniques as applied to the activities of a landscape designer, including basic terrain modeling, creating arrays, using layers, basic animation and general best practices. Upon completing this seminar you will be able to design and present professional-quality landscape design work using advanced modeling techniques.
Participants need to bring a laptop with SU2014, 2015 or 2016 installed. A corded mouse with scroll wheel is recommended to make modeling and navigating much easier.
NOTE: Seminar will be taught through Windows O/S

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Luke Koudys, Ron Koudys Landscape Architects
Date: Wednesday February 7, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LP003: New-Expand your Knowledge of Native Trees and Shrubs
There are over 100 species of native trees and shrubs available to the landscape professional, but only a fraction are used. Learn more about native Ontario species and their unique characteristics and appropriate uses in landscape. Featuring trees and shrubs of all shapes, sizes, uses and horticultural values, this popular seminar is beneficial to commercial landscapers, landscape designers and parks professionals.
Note: Consider continuing with LA005 An introduction to Soil & Tree below the Ground and LA001 Planting & Maintenance Practices for Tree & Shrubs.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jeff Thompson, Thompson Environmental
Date: Thursday February 8, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC060-A: Landscaper Back Yard Locate Training Program
By law, any digging in Ontario first requires a call to ON1CALL to request locates for the property. Once requested, you will get locates from the street into the utility meter (gas, power) or where it enters the building (telecom) within five working days. But what about the back or side yards where private lines are routinely installed? Hitting lines for swimming pool heaters, barbecues or other power cables can cost you money and can result in damages, serious injury, or worse. These locates are the responsibility of the contractor. .
This three hour seminar will give the excavating contractor training in locating utilities in the side and backyard to save the cost of having locates done privately (about $200-$300 per property). For the practical component participants should dress for possible outdoor weather. Special ORCGA offers will be available to those in attendance.
For questions regarding ON1CALL, visit www.on1call.com
Note: Lunch not included

LO member price: $100.00
Non-member price: $140.00
Maximum participants: 15
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Dave Wulff, GM of Vibax Canada
Date: Thursday February 8, 2018 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
EN010: Xeriscaping: Selecting Drought- Tolerant Plants for Landscape Projects
This half-day seminar is for landscapers who wish to incorporate water conservation into their landscape and maintenance projects. Participants will learn which plants are drought tolerant and what steps can be taken to conserve irrigation and use it more efficiently. Matching plants to soil and exposure, along with creative ways to capture water such as rainwater harvesting, and a discussion of the benefits of xeriscaping will also be covered. This seminar is recommended for designers, contractors, and maintenance firms along with parks departments.
Consider continuing with LP047 Ornamental Ways to Handle Rainwater.
Note: Lunch not included

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Sean James, Sean James Consulting and Design
Date: Friday February 9, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LP041: Understanding and Planting Perennials
Do you find you're struggling when recommending the right perennials to your clients? This introductory seminar for retail garden centre staff, landscape designers, contractors, and perennial lovers looking to know more. This half day seminar will give participants a better understanding of how perennials grow and change through the seasons. How they differ from shrubs and annuals, and how light and water affect their growth. Discussing unusual perennials for sun and shade, the instructor will take some of the mystery out of perennials; leave participants with the confidence to recommend the right plants to their clients.
Lunch not included

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Robert Pavlis
Date: Tuesday February 13, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LD035: Professional Practice & Project Management- Managing Projects from Design to Completion
Taking a landscape project from start to finish while keeping client and the contractor (or crew) happy is truly an art.
Participants will learn how to manage projects as well as expectations. Beyond designing a landscape plan or the craftsmanship to execute on site, we will focus on the behind- the- scenes skills that are needed to keep on track, maintain everyone's sanity and create successful projects that will generate future business for all parties; both designer and contractor.
Discussion and assignments will deal with the fundamentals of project management, relationships with clients, contractors and consultants, office procedures, promotional practices.
Landscape designers, novices wanting to learn how to get a project built or seasoned designers, wanting to make things more dynamic and efficient should attend.
Landscape contractors would benefit as well, as roles and relationships are a pairing both can benefit from managing more effectively.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Sabrina Goettler, The Site Collective
Date: Thursday February 15, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC058: Laser Levels, Spot Elevations and Job Site Elevation Layouts
This is a seminar for all members of your construction and design team. Participants should dress for possible outdoor site measurement and spot elevations collection. The group will practice using laser levels and gathering information you'll need back in-class to translate into a site plan. Participants will leave with a better understanding of how simple planning and information gathering prior to construction will improve site efficiency and enhance results.
Participants should bring: A scale ruler and calculator.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 14
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Tony Lombardi, CLD,Dr.Landscape
Date: Thursday February 15, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LBM096: Permits and their Impact on Landscaping
A half-day seminar for landscape designers and contracts who want to understand the different types of permits that impact their business. The instructor will cover how to obtain permits for projects - in the proper order, as well as the consequences of building without them, and what it will mean for their projects. Participants will come away knowing how to design and build to comply with the required permits.
Lunch not included

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jay Smith, Sketchworks
Date: Thursday February 22, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LC050: New-Introduction to Landscape Lighting Design
This seminar is for anyone with a basic knowledge of photometrics or the novice with landscape lighting experience. Participants will learn to incorporate professional landscape lighting design into their business, and improve the design abilities they may already possess. Participants will learn how to apply basic lighting techniques and design principles and practice through a series of individual, group design projects and peer review.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: John Higo,Turf Care Products Canada
Date: Thursday February 22, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LP047: New-Ornamental Ways to Handle Rainwater
Urban development has resulted in large areas of impermeable surfaces, leading to various challenges. Municipalities and conservation authorities are offering grant programs for rain handling from permeable pavers to rain gardens, as well as educating the public about rain water issues and how to handle them. Now is the time to get ahead of the curve. Learn techniques to slow down rainwater. Sean will show you how to design and build a rain garden including placement, construction sizing challenges and plant choices. Making it beautiful will be a major focus and an unusual palette of amazing plants will be addressed in detail.
Consider continuing with LC052 Carbon Neutral Landscapes.
Lunch not included.

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Sean James, Sean James Consulting and Design
Date: Friday February 23, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LP048: New- Introduction to Plant Identification
Participants will learn how plants are named, basic plant classification and how to recognize plant structures and the characteristics used for identification. Learn how to identify both native and horticultural plants with focus on key identifying features of commonly used horticultural species. Receive hands-on experience using a dichotomous key and identification manuals. Participants should bring a hand lens if they have one, as well as note taking materials. A list of resources useful for identifying different plant groups as well as materials that will be used to identify plants in class. Participants will leave with a stronger foundation in plant names and will take away the knowledge and tools necessary to identify unknown plants.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jodi Healy, Mohawk College
Date: Monday February 26, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LD036: Intermediate Dynascape
This two day seminar will give landscape designers and contractors with Dynascape experience the opportunity to go further in efficiently drawing professional landscape plans on a computer. Instructed by a seasoned landscape designer, participants will learn how to save time creating quotes while impressing clients with unique features like plant catalogues,plus tricks on saving time without compromising designs.
Participants need to bring: Dynascape loaded and working on a laptop. Trial software is available through Dynascape at sales@dynascape.com. Participant must bring a corded mouse (recommended) with a scroll wheel for easier modeling and navigation. It is recommended participants allow time each night to review the material covered that day.

LO member price: $250.00
Non-member price: $480.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Beth Edney, CLD, Designs by the Yard
Dates: Tuesday February 27, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Wednesday February 28, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC052: Carbon Neutral Landscapes
Are you and your clients prepared for the province to launch carbon cap and trade? This seminar presents the science and accounting process for determining who pays and who gets to sell carbon credits. This seminar is designed to guide landscape designers and contractors on designing and creating carbon neutral landscapes. This seminar will focus on design, construction and maintenance: soils, plants and long term management.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
* Calculate their net carbon use and environmental benefits of practices.
* Know the five critical design elements of a carbon neutral landscape.
* Evaluate existing landscapes to determine the actions necessary to achieve a carbon neutral landscape.
* Complete a basic assessment of landscape maintenance practices to determine net carbon savings on behalf of clients.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Jeff Thompson, Thompson Environmental
Date: Thursday March 1, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LA005: Introduction to Soil and Tree Below the Ground
Approximately 40% of a tree's biomass is below ground, as a vast network of roots. Because roots lie out of sight, their care and protection are often overlooked, resulting in poor performance. Understanding how roots grow and function is an essential part of any comprehensive maintenance program.
This seminar will cover:
*Basics of tree biology
*Root growth and soil science
*Importance of healthy soil and proper nutrient cycling
*How to assess soil conditions to improve soil health
*How to help protect tree roots during construction
*Routine maintenance
Participants are encouraged to ask questions and share case studies from their own work experiences. Landscape designers, technicians, contractors and architects, along with property managers, groundskeepers and arborists should attend.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Todd Irvine, MFC,MA,ISA Certified Arborist
Date: Monday March 5, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC060-B: Landscaper Back Yard Locate Training Program
By law, any digging in Ontario first requires a call to ON1CALL to request locates for the property. Once requested, you will get locates from the street into the utility meter (gas, power) or where it enters the building (telecom) within five working days. But what about the back or side yards where private lines are routinely installed? Hitting lines for swimming pool heaters, barbecues or other power cables can cost you money and can result in damages, serious injury, or worse. These locates are the responsibility of the contractor. .
This three hour seminar will give the excavating contractor training in locating utilities in the side and backyard to save the cost of having locates done privately (about $200-$300 per property). For the practical component participants should dress for possible outdoor weather. Special ORCGA offers will be available to those in attendance.
For questions regarding ON1CALL, visit www.on1call.com
Note: Lunch not included

LO member price: $100.00
Non-member price: $140.00
Maximum participants: 15
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Dave Wulff, GM of Vibax Canada
Date: Tuesday March 6, 2018 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
LD038: New-Creating a Backyard Design
Bring your t-square, set square, scale, 2h pencil and eraser to this workshop where we explore a backyard to design. Get your design thinking cap on to lay out a site plan to scale that includes creating bed shapes and the plants that will fit the design. This hands-on seminar is for those with a basic knowledge of the principles and elements of landscape design and plant material.
Consider continuing with LP050 Perennials for the Landscape.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Nancy Christie, NPD,Mohawk College
Date: Monday March 12, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
EN007: Green Walls 101:Systems Overview and Design
Presented by Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (GRHC), this seminar will discuss design and construction practices for green facades and living walls, as well as the latest research findings on the environmental benefits of these technologies. Learn how to determine major functions and components of green walls, describe characteristics and assess various advantages of different green wall systems, understand market drivers encouraging green wall implementation in North America and how to design green walls for maximum benefits and LEED points.
This seminar includes a detailed course manual. CEC's are approved by a variety of associations for this seminar. Participants holding a certification should contact GRHC at greenroofs.org to see whether they qualify.
Lunch Not Included.

LO member price: $199.00
Non-member price: $225.00
Maximum participants: 12
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Brad Bass, Environment Canada
Date: Tuesday March 13, 2018 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
LP050: New-Perennials for the Landscape
Hostas, ferns, grasses, heuchera and wildflowers are an important part of the landscape. Discussing these different plant types, participants will be provided with a list of their botanical and common names and how to incorporate them into bed shapes, including where to plant, how to care for, and more. This seminar will have your landscape project looking the best on the block! Landscape designers, contractors and maintenance firms should consider attending this seminar.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Nancy Christie, NPD,Mohawk College
Date: Tuesday March 13, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC061: Water Gardening in your Landscape Project
The seminar will provide insight into designing an implementing your next water feature project. Participants will gain a strong understanding of pumps,filtration systems and maintaining water quality, as well as the effect fish have on the water and how the nutrient and oxygen cycle affects water stability. A seminar for contractors, maintenance, designers and garden centre staff participants will leave knowing the materials needed to construct and install a wide range of water features including ponds, waterfalls and pondless fountains. Participants will also become familiar with installing natural ponds that require no pumps or filtration system.

LO member price: $125.00
Non-member price: $240.00
Maximum participants: 25
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Robert Pavlis
Date: Friday March 16, 2018 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
LC060-OT-A: Landscaper Back Yard Locate Training Program
By law, any digging in Ontario first requires a call to ON1CALL to request locates for the property. Once requested, you will get locates from the street into the utility meter (gas, power) or where it enters the building (telecom) within five working days. But what about the back or side yards where private lines are routinely installed? Hitting lines for swimming pool heaters, barbecues or other power cables can cost you money and can result in damages, serious injury, or worse. These locates are the responsibility of the contractor. .
This three hour seminar will give the excavating contractor training in locating utilities in the side and backyard to save the cost of having locates done privately (about $200-$300 per property). For the practical component participants should dress for possible outdoor weather. Special ORCGA offers will be available to those in attendance.
For questions regarding ON1CALL, visit www.on1call.com
Note: Lunch not included

LO member price: $150.00
Non-member price: $275.00
Maximum participants: 15
Location: Hockey Eastern Ontario 813 Shefford Road Gloucester for directions only call (613) 224-7686
Instructor: Dave Wulff, GM of Vibax Canada
Date: Wednesday April 11, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
LC060-OT-B: Landscaper Back Yard Locate Training Program
By law, any digging in Ontario first requires a call to ON1CALL to request locates for the property. Once requested, you will get locates from the street into the utility meter (gas, power) or where it enters the building (telecom) within five working days. But what about the back or side yards where private lines are routinely installed? Hitting lines for swimming pool heaters, barbecues or other power cables can cost you money and can result in damages, serious injury, or worse. These locates are the responsibility of the contractor. .
This three hour seminar will give the excavating contractor training in locating utilities in the side and backyard to save the cost of having locates done privately (about $200-$300 per property). For the practical component participants should dress for possible outdoor weather. Special ORCGA offers will be available to those in attendance.
For questions regarding ON1CALL, visit www.on1call.com
Note: Lunch not included

LO member price: $150.00
Non-member price: $275.00
Maximum participants: 15
Location: Hockey Eastern Ontario 813 Shefford Road Gloucester for directions only call (613) 224-7686
Instructor: Dave Wulff, GM of Vibax Canada
Date: Tuesday May 1, 2018 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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