Saturday, June 23, 2018

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Open letter to the construction industry and motorists everywhere

All of us here at North America Traffic were deeply saddened on that awful day in July 2014, when Brian Daniel lost his life, doing his job. Now, the Coroner’s Jury report, just released this past month (February 2018) by Dr. Elizabeth...

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Former NHL player Dave Morissette becomes Reno-Depot’s new spokesperson

BOUCHERVILLE, QC, April 3, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Reno-Depot, a banner of Lowe's Canada, is proud to announce Dave Morissette as its new spokesperson. A former professional hockey player who is now a well-known figure in the Quebecmedia...

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Using synthetic plastic tarp and metal barriers to flood-proof your building this Spring

After last spring's devastating floods across Quebec, one McGill University professor has pitched a new solution to the City of Montreal — one that he says is a faster and cheaper way to protect people's homes. Thousands of Quebecers surrounded...

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Condo owners selling their units $1 million below asking price in San Francisco’s sinking Millennium Tower

The most expensive condo for sale at San Francisco's leaning, sinking skyscraper, has sold — and the new owners should get a blue ribbon for their negotiation tactics. Apartment 401 was the priciest listing at Millennium Tower when it hit the...

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EllisDon Completes Prostate Cancer Canada’s 2018 Step-Up Challenge

MISSISSAUGA, ON, April 2, 2018 /CNW/ - On March 25th, 2018, EllisDon wrapped up Prostate Cancer Canada's 2018 Step-Up Challenge with the final stop taking place in Toronto. During the challenge volunteers representing EllisDon from area offices...

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New Johnson Street Bridge opens in Victoria over the Easter weekend

It’s a bridge for the next 100 years, a modern design that might one day carry self-driving, fuel-free cars. “This bridge will last for generations,” Victoria Mayor Lisa Helps said Saturday as she officially opened the new Johnson Street...

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Redevelopment of former military community in Dartmouth must wait for approval of urban core plan

It could take up to a year to approve the final version of Halifax's ambitious Centre Plan and that timeline is expected to delay anticipated construction at Dartmouth's Shannon Park.   The Centre Plan is a new set of rules that...

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NIMBY battle looming for Tricar Group’s proposed highrise tower in London

Tricar Group wants to build a 22-storey, 230-unit highrise in a residential neigbourhood in Masonville, and neighbours are gearing up to oppose it, saying it’s too big for the area dominated by single-family homes. “I don’t know if we can...

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Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up March 31, 2018

Never miss the Construction Links Network news – Subscribe today!   Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction Links Network over the past week. Members are invited to send company news items and press...

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A look at the five most anticipated buildings in the world to be completed in 2018

Unlike the early 20th century, the infant stages of the 21st century have focused mainly on technology and its impact (good or bad) on business, transportation, and life in general. Meanwhile, spectacular feats of architecture are often overlooked,...

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A look at Europe’s first 3D-printed concrete house in Italy

3D-printed architecture seems to have taken another step towards the mainstream, with the news that engineering firm Arup and CLS Architetti are collaborating on the first 3D-printed concrete house in the European Union. Named 3D Housing 05, the...

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Kawartha Metals new $10 million building now under construction in Peterborough

It’s hard not to notice the giant 112,000-square-foot structure being erected in the Major Bennett Industrial Park in Peterborough. The huge building will soon be home to Kawartha Metals and Steelworks Design and become a home for industrial...

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