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CLF Toronto Material Series: Steel
CLF Toronto Material Series: Steel

Fri, Jun 24



CLF Toronto Material Series: Steel

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Jun 24, 2022, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT


About the event

CLF Toronto's summer Materials Series returns in June for this panel presentation and discussion on steel in the construction industry. The presentation will demonstrate where the embodied carbon of this widely used building material comes from and what steel suppliers are doing to reduce these emissions. Our industry-leading panelists will discuss current low-carbon solutions, challenges and successes in the market thus far, and where the steel industry is heading in the path to net zero.

About Our Speakers:

Shelley Finnigan, Global Technical Sales Engineer | Head of Presales for Construction Products, ArcelorMittal

Shelley Finnigan serves as Global Technical Sales Engineer and Head of Presales for Construction Products at ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company. She draws on more than 15 years of experience in structural engineering, marketing and business development to guide the technical marketing efforts of a team of engineers in the Americas. In addition, she serves as a liaison for the international community, advising project owners and their design teams on methods of increasing design efficiency when using ArcelorMittal’s unique products and materials. The success of her efforts is recognized in design and construction efficiencies brought to projects such as 320 S Canal (Chicago), the Bay Adelaide development (Toronto), and Central Park Tower (New York), to name several. Shelley is an active member of the design and cofnstruction community. She has served as Chapter Chair of CTBUH Chicago since co-founding it in 2018; she is Chairperson of AISC’s Editorial Task Committee (TC2); and she serves as a member of AISC’s Committee on Specifications and the Materials Task Committee (TC10). A licensed structural engineer in Illinois, Shelley holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Purdue University.

Capucine Lardinois, Project Manager - Steligence, ArcelorMittal

Capucine Lardinois is a Project Manager at ArcelorMittal Global R&D in the Construction and Manufacturing products Team. She is involved in the review of technical design reports for the Steligence building case studies comparing functional-equivalent buildings with different design scenarios. She promotes the steel solutions communicating about the economic and environmental benefices based on the research results. She has a structural background mainly oriented in steel and composite solutions. She gained valuable work experience taking different roles in Research & Development and Steel industry in Europe and Canada. She served as European Expert Evaluator at the Research Fund for Coal and Steel (RFCS). She holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in Construction Civil Engineering from Liege University in Belgium.

David Miracle, Manager of Environmental Sustainability, Nucor Corporation

Dave Miracle, Manager of Environmental Sustainability for Nucor Corporation, has worked in the steel industry for 24 years. In his role, Dave works to further Nucor’s leadership as one of the cleanest, most sustainable steelmakers in the world. Dave joined Nucor in August 2020 as Manager of Environmental Affairs and accepted his current position of Manager of Environmental Sustainability in January 2021.

Dave began his career at AK Steel in 1998 and served in various environmental positions over his 22-year tenure, including General Manager of Environmental Affairs and Sustainability prior to joining Nucor. In 2019, Dave was appointed by the President of the United States as federal commissioner of the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO). He also previously served as a steering committee member for AK Tube LLC. Dave holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky.


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