Registration Now Open for the 2024 FGIA FENBC Region Virtual Industry Summit

Registration Now Open for the 2024 FGIA FENBC Region Virtual Industry Summit
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Date: 11 March 2024

Registration is now open for the 2024 Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) FENBC Region Virtual Industry Summit, taking place Wednesday, April 3.

Those in British Columbia are encouraged to register now to participate in this one-day online event packed with important industry topics for residential and commercial segments. The preliminary schedule is now available. This virtual summit will be the first of two FGIA FENBC Region events in 2024.

“The summit will feature the always-popular Code Talkers Panel, where those invested in British Columbia can hear the latest developments in the codes arena for the region,” said Amy Roberts, FGIA Director of Canadian and Technical Glass Operations. “This event will cover any new or updated information since the Fall 2023 event, so don’t miss out.”

This regionally focused summit will offer a blend of residential and commercial topics that are specially tailored for the BC glazing contractors that the FGIA FENBC Region looks forward to welcoming back. Participants will be offered a residential or commercial track in the morning, hearing about the 2022 version of the North American Fenestration Standard (NAFS) compared to NAFS-17 or about the relationship between glaziers and architects, respectively. Mid-day sessions will continue to cover both residential and commercial topics, including navigating prompt payment legislation in British Columbia and conducting airtightness testing and successfully meeting airtightness targets. Residential and commercial tracks will diverge again toward the end of the day.


FGIA members can register for this one-day event for a fee of $125 CAD. Non-members may register at a cost of $360 CAD. There is a company upgrade available for companies who wish to send up to 10 individuals to participate. Participant substitutions are always welcome.

For more information about FGIA and its activities, visit

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