Sunday, August 19, 2018

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Construction entrepreneur Antonio Accurso found guilty in Laval corruption case

Former construction entrepreneur Antonio Accurso was found guilty by a jury on Monday of all five charges against him in a Laval fraud and corruption trial. The verdict came on the seventh day of the jury’s deliberations. The charges...

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Calls for Collingwood mayor to step down over construction deal

News that Collingwood, Ont., Mayor Sandra Cooper's brother may have received a secret cut of a $12.4-million construction contract is prompting calls for the mayor's resignation. Dozens turned out to protest outside of the town's city hall on...

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Homebuilders turn to robots and software as construction labour shortage continues

The construction of an American house embodies the spirit of the nation’s workers and the dreams of its citizens. It’s also perhaps the least-efficient endeavor in the U.S. economy. Dozens of workers turn a plot of land into a small factory,...

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IAPMO Group Acquires Aquadiagnostics Laboratory

Bengaluru, India (June 25, 2018) — The IAPMO Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Aquadiagnostics Water Research and Technology Center Limited, an independently accredited testing laboratory in Bengaluru, India, previously owned...

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Keeping the noise down with Sound Barrier Panels

    Keeping the noise down: A sound occurs when an ear senses pressure variations or vibrations in the air. The brain relates a subjective element to a sound, and an individual reaction is formed. Numerous studies have indicated...

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Brigade Electronics wins CLEPA Innovation Award in the SME Safety Category

Global leader in road safety technology Brigade Electronics has won a CLEPA Innovation Award in the SME Safety Category for its Quiet Vehicle Sounder (QVS). Brigade's QVS, which has been in development for over two years, is designed to warn...

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Ground breaks to begin construction on the Legacy Square at The Reach project in Kamloops

A groundbreaking ceremony at The Reach development at Thompson Rivers Universityon Friday marked the beginning of construction of Kelson Group’s 77-suite, five-storey multi-family rental building on the north side of TRU's Old Main...

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Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up June 23, 2018

  Want to share your news on Construction Links Network? Check out the short video presentation?       Weekly Round Up June 23, 2018 Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction...

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De Gasperis and Kohn families donate $20 million for new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital

Today, the largest single donation in Mackenzie Health Foundation's history was announced: a $20-million joint gift from the De Gasperis and Kohn families to help build and equip the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital. The gift was announced at...

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Cooper Canada factory in Toronto striving to be a ‘platinum’ green space

Dr. Elliot Strashin had his eye on purchasing the old Cooper Canada sporting goods factory at 501 Alliance Ave. in the York area of Toronto, long before he learned of his family’s connection to the land on which it was built. Strashin is the...

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Ipsos Survey – Toronto is the worst city in Canada for renovations with a contractor

According to a Reno-Assistance survey conducted by Ipsos across Canada, Toronto is the city where people encounter the most problems with renovation contractors in comparison to Montreal, Vancouver, Calgary and national data. Key...

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Quebec crane operators ordered back to work

Quebec's crane operators are being ordered back to work. A labour tribunal hearing ruled Thursday evening in favour of an order sought by the province's construction commission, forcing workers to end any work stoppage or slowdown...

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