Sunday, February 25, 2018

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TAMMET Systems Inc launching Site Safety Systems in Canada

  TAMMET Systems Inc. innovates, develops and provides specialist safety solutions for the global construction industry. We help our customers to focus on their core competencies by supporting them with products and services that are...

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Tuesday February 6 is Safer Internet Day – A better Internet starts with you

As the owner of this website, I always try to be aware of online scams as well as ensuring the online safety for my advertising clients and daily visitors. More troublesome is that the Internet is also a dangerous place for children and young...

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Launch of YIMBY, living environments for millennials

MONTRÉAL, Feb. 5, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - REZ Real Estate is leveraging the festive and rhythmic ambiance at the heart of the IGLOOFEST festival to launch YIMBY, a new residential project adapted to the values and lifestyles of Generation Y (the...

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The Portland Cement Association and Simpson Strong-Tie join ANCR to create the first whole-community resilience benchmarks in the U.S

Washington, D.C. – The Portland Cement Association (PCA) and Simpson Strong-Tie have joined the International Code Council and the Alliance for National & Community Resilience (ANCR) to create the first whole-community resilience benchmarks in...

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Dr. Peter Williams to Deliver Keynote Address at Sixth Emerging Water Technology Symposium

Ontario, Calif. (Feb. 5, 2018) – Dr. Peter Williams, IBM Distinguished Engineer and Smart Cities and Resilience Lead, will provide the keynote discussion at the sixth Emerging Water and Technology Symposium (EWTS), the event’s co-conveners and...

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World’s largest offshore wind farm starts construction of the coast of UK

The world’s soon to be (2020) largest offshore wind farm has begun construction. The project, being developed by the largest offshore wind power developer – Ørsted – is located 74.5 miles off the coast of Yorkshire, UK. The wind farm is...

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GARAGA adds a new garage door model: the PRINCETON

St-Georges, February 2018  ̶  To complement the traditional and carriage house designs seen on many houses these days, Garaga is adding a new garage door model pattern to its range of residential garage doors, the PRINCETON model for its...

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Auburn Developments to begin demolition of the old Schneiders plant in Kitchener within months

The new owners of the Schneiders lands on Courtland Avenue will begin demolishing parts of the historic meat-packing plant within the next few months. Preliminary drilling for soil and groundwater testing is already underway at the 27-acre site,...

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Retired engineer hired to investigate Nova Scotia’s Canso Canal movement issues

Glen Fry knows the Canso Canal inside out. A retired engineer, he spent 30 years working on the structure before he retired in 2006. It's perhaps no surprise, then, that Fry, 70, has been called out of retirement to help solve a mystery: why...

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Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up February 3, 2018

Greetings, Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction Links Network over the last week. Network members are invited to send company news items and press releases for the next issue before February 9 to be included in the...

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February is small appliance safety month

When it comes to small appliances, there’s a golden rule for ensuring they don’t start a fire in your home – unplug them when you are not using them. That’s especially true with any appliance that produces heat, including toasters,...

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Are you prepared for the upcoming Stucco-Pocalypse?

Stucco is wonderful stuff, and has been used for thousands of years in hot, dry countries; Roman stucco is still visible in Pompeii. Stucco is also cheap; in Vancouver, British Columbia, it was used on thousands of condos built in the nineties,...

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