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Montreal, c’est si bon! This French-speaking city is considered the cultural capital of Canada, and is a cosmopolitan celebration of Québécois style. A horse-drawn carriage ride around the cobblestone streets and grand buildings of Vieux-Montréal will give you a taste of European flavor. The Basilique Notre-Dame is a confection of stained glass, and the Plateau Mont-Royal district will delight you with its quaint boutiques and cafés. Dig in to a massive plate of poutine to fuel up for a tour of the epic Olympic Park. Officially, Montréal is the most populous municipality in Quebec and the 2nd-most populous in Canada. Originally called Ville-Marie, or “City of Mary,” it is believed to be named after Mount Royal. The city occupies most of the Island of Montreal, as well as many smaller peripheral islands, most significantly Île Bizard.
Montréal never fails to charm with its irresistibly unique blend of European chic, avant-garde attitude and North American urban effervescence. In this vibrant metropolis of culture and fine dining, skyscrapers soar next to craft shops, and visitors and locals alike enjoy the world-renowned international festivals. It is a unique and fascinating city offering exciting entertainment and cultural diversity. An island set along the almighty St. Lawrence River, Montreal is known as the city built around a mountain. Enjoy the spectacular views from the mountain lookout, when on a clear day you can see forever.
The condensed week is full of activities for you to attend, such as Committee Meetings, Product Presentations Lunch and Learn and the Awards Breakfast featuring the presentation of ADSC’s prestigious Safety Awards. We look forward to welcoming you to Montreal!
|Monday, July 31|
|3:00pm-5:00pm||Executive Committee (Closed Meeting)|
|Tuesday, August 1|
|6:30am||Sponsor Table Set up|
|7:30am-8:00am||Board Colloquium (Closed Meeting)|
|10:30am-11:45am||Anchored Earth Retention Committee|
|12:00pm-1:15pm||Product Presentations Lunch & Learn|
|1:45pm-3:00pm||Chapter Presidents Council|
|3:45pm-4:45pm||Associate Members Committee|
|6:00pm-8:00pm||Welcome To Montreal Reception|
|Wednesday, August 2|
|8:00am-2:00pm||Golf Tournament Isle d’Montreal Golf Club|
|4:00pm-6:00pm||Eastern Canadian Chapter Meeting|
|Thursday, August 3|
|7:30am-8:30am||ADSC Awards breakfast|
|9:00am-3:00pm||Montreal Walking Tour & Lunch|
|10:30am-11:45am||Drilled Shaft Committee|
|12:45pm-1:30pm||Industry Advancement Steering Committee|
|1:30pm-2:30pm||IAF Trustees (Closed Meeting)|
|2:30pm-4:30pm||Board of Directors Meeting|
|6:15pm-10:00pm||Final Night Event: Circus a la Montreal at the Science Center|
Wednesday, August 2
8:30am-2:00pm ADSC Golf Tournament at the Isle d’Montreall Golf Club
The Ireland Course (links course) reflects the personality and the character of architect Pat Ruddy as well as his country of origin. A par 71 of 6820 yards of greenery and dunes, this course, typically Irish Links, is unique in Canada. You will not forget this spectacular layout. This course, open to wind and pot bunker type sand traps, will challenge the boldest players. Moreover, three double greens, with gigantic dimensions, testify the original character of this course inspired by the origins of the game of golf. Most importantly, five sets of starting tees make this course accessible to all level of golfers.
The Ireland Course has an exotic layout. The striking features will make you imagine you have crossed the Atlantic. You will have the impression of being alone on the course, since the majestic relief of the dunes isolate you from the other fairways. In short, an authentic Links course without water obstacle (except for hole number 12), dunes reaching 50 feet in height, 71 pot bunkers, and several varieties of fescues and wild flowers, will bring you the feeling of being in Ireland making you live an unforgettable golf experience. Light lunch following and shuttle provided.
Addtional Fees: $275 per player (Maximum of 72 Players and You Must Register Before June 30, 2017 )
Thursday, August 3
7:30am-8:30am ADSC Awards Breakfast
Don’t miss the 2017 Safety Awards presentation! Find out who will be recognized for their efforts
promoting safety on the job.
9:00am-3:00pm Montreal Walking Tour With Lunch At Historic Auberge Saint-Gabriel
Discover Old Montréal’s history and charm as you explore its maze of cobblestone lanes and the largest concentration of 17th, 18th and 19th century buildings in North America. This remarkable collection of architecture embodies a rich cultural heritage; as home to North America’s original explorers and traders each street and building represents a page of history.
By foot, in company of your knowledgeable guide, you will discover a remarkable collection of architecture boasting a rich cultural heritage; as home to North America’s original explorers and traders each street and building represents a page of history. Featured on this guided tour are the beautiful restoration projects which have revitalized the Old Port, City Hall, early marketplaces and civic buildings, original financial district, historical homes, churches and Place Jacques-Cartier, site of 17th century skirmishes and now a centre of lively street life. A stop at the Notre-Dame Basilica cannot be forgotten. Large enough to hold 4,000 worshipers, this breathtaking structure, with its glorious interior décor of sculpted wood, paint, gold leaf and stained glass, was designed by an Irish-American Protestant architect, James O’Donnell, in 1824.
The tour will end with lunch at the historic Auberge Saint-Gabriel. Built in 1688 by a French soldier, Auberge Saint-Gabriel was the first inn in North America. In the 19th century, the Auberge was turned Into a private mansion and in 1914 the inn was restored to its original vocation as Auberge Saint- Gabriel. The Auberge has become a monument to the history of a people, with playful nods to our recent and not-so-recent past.
Addtional Fees: $100 per person
6:00pm-10:00pm Final Night Reception/Dinner “Circus à la Montreal” at the Science Center
The setting for our Final Night fête is the Montréal Science Centre which is located in the heart of the Old Port of Montréal and offers stunning panoramic view of Old Montreal and entertained by the Cirque Carpe Diemn, the multidisciplinary artists based in Montreal. Cirque Carpe Diemʼs amazing aerial acrobats will guarantee a a sensory experience and magical moment you will not forget! An event not to be missed!
Planning Your Activities
In 2017, Montréal marks its 375th anniversary, Canada’s 150th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of Expo 67 with exciting festivities highlighting the city’s rich history, diversity and vibrant creativity! From east to west, Montréal comes alive with activities.
For information on what to do in Montreal, visit http://www.tourisme-montreal.org
The average high at this time of year is mid 70s and average low is mid 50. The dress norm for the week is business casual.
Hotel & Travel Information
Hyatt Regency Montreal is our host hotel for the week. To receive the ADSC group rate, guests must identify their affiliation with the ADSC when making reservations. ADSC group rates are for Single/Double occupancy. Rooms are on a first-come, first-served basis. After the inventory has been depleted, the next available class and rates will prevail. Make your reservations early!
Single/Double Guest Room CAD $250.00
Call toll free to the Central Reservation at 800.361.8234 or go online at https://aws.passkey.com/e/14475991
before July 7, 2017 to make your hotel reservations. Any reservation received after this date, will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis only. Rates are good for three days prior and three days post conference, based on availability. For cancellation of reservations, up to 72 hours prior to arrival, refunds will be made. No refund of your deposits will be made within 72 hours. If you do cancel your guest room, be sure to obtain a cancellation number.
A guarantee of one night’s room and tax deposit is required at the time a reservation is made. The hotel will accept check or credit cards for deposits. Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. and check-out time is 11:00am.
Hyatt Regency Montreal
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, H5B 1E5
Travel Documents to Enter Canada
You will need a valid Passport for entry.
The hotel is approximately 40 minutes from the Montreal-Trudeau Airport. Cab fare is approximately $40.00 one way and may change without notice.
Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport is served by 30 operate regular or seasonal flights out of Montréal-Trudeau. Your airline is your best source of flight information.
Welcome to Montreal – Reception – $350, $700, $1,000
SOLD Coffee Breaks * $950 Each
SOLD Tuesday Conference Breakfast $3,500
SOLD Thursday ADSC Awards Breakfast $3,500
Final Night Cocktail Reception * $2,500
SOLD Final Night Dinner “Circus à la Montreal” at the Science Center * $5,000
Final Night Entertainment * $5,000
SOLD Final Night Dinner Wine $3,000
Conference Website Banner $500
SOLD Guest Room Key Card $3,500
Golf Holes * $295 per hole
SOLD Lanyards $900
SOLD Full Page Ad $300
½ Page Ad $150