What do you have to do to complete the workshop? You must complete Modules 1 through 4 before you can participate in the Workshop

Groups will be limited to a minimum of 8 and maximum of 12 participants.

Please note: A minimum of 8 participants is required to run each Workshop. Should there not be enough participants registered, you will receive notification one week prior to reschedule. The cost of the Workshop is included in your registration fee for the course.

Dates the One-Day Workshop are Offered

Calgary Edmonton
October 17, 2017 October 19, 2017


  • If you are unable to attend the Workshop in which you are registered, you must cancel no later than 1 week prior.
  • Should you fail to attend the Workshop, or cancel within 1 week of your scheduled date, you will be charged an additional $75.00 fee. Should you fail to attend a second time, you will have to re-register in the course at your original cost.


The Stantec Laboratory in Calgary or Edmonton. See laboratory addresses below.


From 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, with a 1 hour lunch break and two 10 minute health breaks (one in the morning, one in the afternoon).

Required Equipment

Steel toe work boots and safety glasses are required.

Workshop Description

Please see Module 8 of the Home Building on Alberta Soils online course.

Laboratory Addresses

Stantec Consulting Ltd. - Calgary
T: 403-253-7876

10830 46th Street SE
Calgary, AB T2C 1G4

Directions from Barlow Trail:

  • Turn east on 106th Avenue.
  • Turn right (south) onto 46th Street.
  • Take an immediate left into first parking area entrance. The entrance is right beside Acklands-Grainger.
  • Note: 52nd Street (between Glenmore and 106th Avenue) is closed until Fall 2012 due to construction

Stantec Consulting Ltd. - Edmonton
T: 780-917-7463 or 780-917-7437

10575 106th Street
Edmonton, AB T5H 2X5

The Stantec lab is on the east side of 106th street, just north of the auto repair shop.


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