Congratulations CSDA 50 yearsPublished 6/3 at 09:36
The North American branch association CSDA, Concrete Sawing & Drilling Association, is celebrating 50 years. PDi and certainly all industry colleagues around the world want to pay attention to that.
CSDA is one of the world's oldest trade associations for concrete cutting firms and was founded back in 1972. Today it has over 500 members. The celebration of the 50-year-old will take place in connection with CSDA's annual meeting and Tech Fair, which will be held March 29-31 at the Hamilton Princess Resort & Beach Club in Bermuda in the middle of the Atlantic.
It will be three intensive days of education, lectures, golf competition, leisure activities and a festive celebration.
The members of CSDA are mainly US and Canadian entrepreneurs, but the association also has a lot of foreign members from other continents. Briefly about the program during the annual meeting is that it begins with a welcome by CSDA's sitting president Mike Orzechowski and the association's Executive Director Erin O'Brien. Keynote speakers are Matt Dricks and Sean Lux. There will be several interesting lectures on completed projects, such as the renovation of Vancouver's airport runway, given by Brian Wnuk. The annual meeting continues with a roundtable discussion and the Tech Fair, where a number of suppliers showcase their products. To this must be added a series of other lectures and presentations. You can find the complete program on CSDA's website.
PDi Magazine has for many years had a fine collaboration with CSDA, among other things through the international umbrella organization IACDS, of which CSDA is one of the founders.
Big congratulations CSDA on 50 years in the industry.