Friday, September 21, 2018

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Kubota Canada Ltd. announces the construction of a new facility in Pickering

MARKHAM, ON, April 12, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Owing to its growing success in Canada, Kubota Canada Ltd. (KCL) will be moving its operations to a new facility located in Pickering, Ontario, by the end of 2019. As part of KCL's ongoing...

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RFP for new Halifax elementary school to include an automated lockdown system

A new elementary school to be built in south-end Halifax will come equipped with a lockdown system complete with automated announcements, blue strobe lights and an exterior warning sign. The new school, which will serve students in grades Primary...

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Pre-feasibility study confirms $1.65B underwater rail link between Newfoundland and Labrador could work

    A government study into the feasibility of a permanent link between Newfoundland and Labrador is recommending an undersea rail tunnel at a cost of $1.65 billion. Such a tunnel would take 15 years to complete, Premier Dwight...

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New brick technology will do-away with extra layers of insulation and decrease wall thickness

    Most homeowners looking to lower heating or cooling costs know the drill. First thing to do is ensure the house is properly insulated, typically by rolling down a layer of the pink fiberglass stuff or having a fluffy version...

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This May celebrate the building codes that protect your family and community

    Washington, D.C. – This May join a diverse coalition of corporations, nonprofits, government agencies and professionals in the building industry to support the 38th annual Building Safety Month. Presented by the International...

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A look at robotic prefabrication process for timber frame modules

    Spatial Timber Assemblies is a joint collaboration of Gramazio Kohler Research, ETH Zurich and ERNE AG Holzbau. The focus is on the development and implementation of an innovative robot-based fabrication process for timber...

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City of Estevan issues RFP for the demolition of the Civic Auditorium

  I remember playing many hockey games in this old barn as I grew up in the neighboring city of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. I never did like the smaller ice surface which at the time was the same size as the old Boston Garden. Time to move...

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North Kent Wind power facility in Chatham-Kent completes construction and begins operations

CHATHAM-KENT, Ontario, April 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Samsung Renewable Energy Inc. (Samsung) and Pattern Energy Group LP (Pattern Development) today announced that North Kent Wind, a 100 megawatt (MW) wind power facility located in the...

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Riding the Commodity Roller Coaster – Mining Bulk Bags

The global mining industry is massive. In 2016, the total revenue from the top 40 mining companies was $496 billion (USD). That’s a lot of digging. It’s not just in terms of economic activity, but also in terms of scale. Big projects, big...

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Keep the noise down with Sound Barrier Panels from Eco-Flex

Details:  Size: 120″ L x 36″ W / 3.05 m x 0.91 m (Per Unit)  Thickness: 3″ / 0.08 m  Weight: 560 lbs / 254 kg (Per Unit)  Colors: Grey, Black, Redwood, Brown, Terra-Cotta  Applications: Privacy, Sound absorption, Traffic...

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Canadian housing starts trend stable in March

OTTAWA, April 10, 2018 — The trend in housing starts was 226,842 units in March 2018, compared to 225,804 units in February 2018, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). This trend measure is a six-month moving average of...

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Acoustiblok® delivers peace of mind to family with autistic child

Acoustiblok, a NASA “Spinoff” listed Company, donated its award-winning Block 16 sound isolation system to a family with an autistic child to help provide the extreme level of noise reduction needed in the construction of a “Sensory Room”....

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