Alan Carson Recipient of the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors President’s Award

October 20, 2011

TORONTO (October 20, 2011) The Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI) presented Alan Carson with their prestigious President’s Award at their 2011 National Conference in Edmonton, Alberta. CAHPI presents this award to an individual who has furthered the development of the home inspection profession in their Provincial/Regional organization.

Bill Sutherland, CAHPI President, noted, “Alan has been involved in this young profession from the beginning and continues to share his knowledge and passion. Alan stepped up this year to help the association and the profession to take on and complete a project that others had struggled with. Thank you, Alan!”

“It is a real honour to be recognized by CAHPI and my peers in home inspection, ” commented Alan Carson of Carson Dunlop. “The profession continues to make great progress and these conferences are a wonderful opportunity for colleagues to trade ideas, and for new people to meet the old pros and pick up some tricks of the trade. Hats off to the Alberta team who made the conference a success in so many different ways.”

For more information, please visit www.CarsonDunlop.com or http://www.cahpi.ca

About Carson Dunlop:

Carson, Dunlop & Associates Ltd. has been a leading Home Inspection Consulting Firm since 1978. They are one of the largest independent home inspection companies in North America that leverages their extensive technical knowledge across six integrated business lines – Home Inspection, Commercial Inspection, Energy Audits, Report Writing, Career Training and Continuing Education. To learn more about Carson Dunlop, visit www.carsondunlop.com

About the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors:

The Canadian Association of Home & Property Inspectors® (CAHPI®) is a national association, whose mission is to promote and develop the home inspection profession. CAHPI is considered the voice of Canada’s “home inspection industry”.