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General Manager, Operations with the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place

Mr. Goss is a Professional Engineer working in the capacity of General Manager, Operations with the Board of Governors of Exhibition Place. He is directly responsible for the physical maintenance of the buildings on the 192 acre parkland, including but not limited to; Capital Works projects, Building and Site Maintenance, HVAC & Building Automation, Plumbing, Carpentry, Electrical Maintenance, Painting, Garage, Health & Safety and Fire and Life Safety Systems.
His previous work experience includes: Pharmaceutical Plant expansion and maintenance, Food Process engineering, Brewery design and construction, HVAC installation, service and maintenance and Hospital Systems maintenance.  Mark has held senior management positions at Molson’s Breweries, Christie Brown, Molson Breweries and Apotex,
Mr. Goss is continually involved in a number of energy initiatives involving Toronto Atmospheric Fund, Toronto Better Buildings Partnership, LEED Projects, FCM, City of Toronto and LightSavers. The focus of these projects is to develop and install Energy Savings initiatives such as 100kw photo voltaic installation, 1.6 Megawatt trigeneration systems and geothermal initiative. He was the Operations LEED for Exhibition Place for the construction and certification of the Beanfield Centre as a LEED Silver N.C. building.
Mark is a LEED Green Associate and he was the lead Project Engineer for the Enercare Centre LEED recertification Project, which recently received a LEED Platinum certification.
Mark graduated from McMaster University where he obtained a degree in Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering.  
Mark is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario (PEO), Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering, International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM), Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC), Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA), American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE) and the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).