The Maple Leaf Housing Centre works closely with its corporate and international clients to enhance their success by taking advantage of our experience and expertise in training and technology transfer as well as institutional strengthening and capacity building services. Activities commonly focus on the use of environmentally friendly, sustainable, safe, affordable, durable, healthy, and energy efficient construction technologies as well as the training and technology transfer required to meet the increasing need for skilled personnel in the housing and construction sectors.
The Maple Leaf Housing Centre has many years of experience in assisting various countries adopt sustainable construction practices and typically provides the following services:
Typically, project activities would:
Mr. Stevens meets with Mongolia's Minister of Construction and Urban Development to discuss cooperation in the housing sector.
Delivery of an advanced wood-frame housing 'train-the-trainer' program to participants in Constitución, one of the cities in Chile most devastated by the February 2010 earthquake and tsunami.
The delivery of the first wood-frame construction training program in Mongolia in cooperation with the Mongolian University of Science and Technology.