Monday, December 11, 2017

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Mark Your Calendar – Structural Timber Engineering Workshops in Victoria and Richmond

VICTORIA– Wednesday, December 6, 2017 Parkside Hotel & Spa, 810 Humboldt Street RICHMOND – Thursday, December 7, 2017 Radisson Hotel Vancouver Airport, 8181 Cambie Road Time: Registration 8:00am │ Workshop 8:30am –...

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Contract awarded for Cooksville Station redevelopment in Mississauga

MISSISSAUGA - Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have awarded a fixed-price contract to EllisDon Infrastructure CGS RER Inc. (EllisDon) to design, build and finance the Cooksville GO Station Redevelopment project, in support of the province's...

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Report proposes transforming food waste into building materials

Food waste is an enormous problem worldwide. It's estimated that anywhere between one-third to one-half of all food produced is wasted, contributing to food shortages or global greenhouse gas emissions when it ends up in our landfills. Some have...

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Former project manager at Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital sentenced to house arrest for maintenance scam

A former project manager at the Jewish General Hospital has been sentenced to house arrest for his role in a scam where companies hired to do maintenance billed the institution for work that was actually done on the homes of at least three of the...

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Shoring in Full Swing for Canada’s New Tallest Building in Toronto

Following an official ground breaking held last month to mark the start of construction for Mizrahi Developments' The One, shoring work has begun at the Yonge and Bloor site of the supertall tower by Foster + Partners and Core Architects....

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Grey to Green 2018 Conference Call for Proposals – Due December 20, 2017

We invite you to submit a proposal to present at the 2018 Grey to Green Conference. Now in its 6th year, Grey to Green explores the most recent green infrastructure science, economic valuation, asset management, public policy developments, new...

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Province of Ontario to move ahead with Windsor mega-hospital

Windsor’s mega-hospital — with an expected price tag exceeding $1 billion — will be one of six new health-care projects in the province to move forward by 2021, according to a document released Tuesday by Infrastructure Ontario. Windsor...

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Innovations and current trends in structural and architectural wood use in design and building to be presented at Vancouver conference

The latest expertise, innovations, current trends and project developments in wood design and building will be presented in Vancouver next week at the 2017 Wood Solutions Conference. Speakers from Canada and around the world, including Australia,...

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All-new Brandt pipelayer sets new standard for safety and productivity

REGINA, Nov. 6, 2017 /CNW/ - Brandt Industries Ltd.'s strategic move into the oil and gas pipeline industry in mid-2017 is paying dividends quickly for the Regina-based company. Industry acceptance has exceeded expectations for their BLP170K and...

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Army engineers in Cape Breton to rebuild parts of Fortress Louisbourg in exercise

A force of 500 soldiers from the 4 Engineer Support Regiment is carrying out a major restoration on the Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site in Cape Breton starting Monday as part of Exercise Nihilo Sapper 2017. The troops out of...

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Maglev elevators set to propel skyscrapers even higher

Burj Khalifa has had a decent run as the world’s tallest building since its official opening in January 2010. Dubai’s trademark building has a few years left at the top of the world, but will soon be eclipsed by Saudi Arabia’s kilometre-high...

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Whitehorse council questions pro-infill survey data

City council will consider the rezoning of sites up for potential infill development on an individual basis. Members instructed city staff at Monday’s council meeting to bring forward each vote of the zoning of sites individually – rather...

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