Monday, December 11, 2017

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High rise fire safety measures in place to protect Winnipeggers

The union representing fire fighters in Winnipeg said buildings here don't have the same problems as the Grenfell Tower in London, but there are issues in the city. A fire on June 14 at the tower killed at least 79 people. President Alex...

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A look at how 2 Canadian women are bridging a gap between the construction industry and new technology

Across the globe, thousands of millennials are starting businesses on the premise today’s smartphone technology can create new value and disrupt entire industries. Most of these digital revolutionaries will fail, for the usual reasons: they...

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Construction update on Canada Games facilities in Red Deer

Construction projects for the 2019 Canada Winter Games were spared damage during Tuesday’s straight-line windstorm, and they are on time and on budget. “If the projects are behind at all, they’re behind by a week not by months, so we’re...

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Building owners concerned Green Line tunnel construction could leave building on shaky ground

The proposed path of the Green Line LRT through the Beltline has some owners voicing their concerns over the potential impact on a 107-year-old building. The tracks would be housed in a tunnel directly below Lewis Lofts, a building in the 200...

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GARAGA adds a new garage door model to its FORCE Series

St-Georges, June 2017 ̶ To complement the carriage house designs seen on many houses these days, Garaga is adding a new garage door model pattern to its range of garage doors, the SHAKER NH-LP model for its FORCE Series. The FORCE Series...

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Safety awareness barbeque held in Lethbridge

A local homebuilders’ group was serving up a barbecue lunch with a healthy side of workplace safety information. The Canadian Home Builders Association Lethbridge Region, Lethbridge Construction Association and Lethbridge Regional Safety...

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Stantec to Acquire RNL Design

  EDMONTON, ALBERTA and DENVER, COLORADO--(Marketwired - June 22, 2017) - (TSX:STN)(NYSE:STN) Global design firm Stantec will strengthen the coast-to-coast reach of its US Buildings practice while broadening its civic and commercial...

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Michigan fires contractor doing oil pipeline risk analysis

Michigan said on Wednesday it has fired a consultant after state officials discovered a conflict of interest with an employee of the company conducting an independent analysis on the risks of an oil spill from Calgary-based Enbridge Inc's Line 5...

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Construction to start this summer on Line 3 replacement pipeline

Construction will start this summer on Enbridge's 1,700-kilometre Line 3 replacement pipeline, the largest project the company has ever undertaken. Several pipeline projects have been proposed to pass through the Prairies, though this will be...

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Construction begins on new bus terminal at Union Station

Ontario is celebrating the start of construction of a new bus terminal in Toronto that will give commuters and families from across the province easier, more seamless access to transit options, helping them get where they need to go...

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ISH China & CIHE 2017 gathered a record high of 61,612 visitors

ISH China & CIHE – China International Trade Fair for Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, Sanitation & Home Comfort System concluded with record-breaking results. Held from 18 – 20 May, the show was organised by Messe Frankfurt...

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Auditor general report raises red flags about Toronto’s oversight of commercial leases at Union station

The city has failed to collect almost $10 million it’s owed by commercial tenants at Union Station and has not exercised basic oversight of some leases at the rail hub for years, according to an auditor general’s report. The report, which...

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