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Ancient architecture might be key to creating climate-resilient buildings

The United States has braved a year of multiple billion dollar weather disasters throughout 2021. There have been record-breaking heat waves, a winter storm that shut down cities across Texas, multiple hurricanes, record-breaking wildfires, tornadoes and hail storms. All of which have damaged public and private property and…

The Revalie Ottawa opens its doors to a new benchmark in student living

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson and River Ward Councillor Riley Brockington joined Campus Developments to celebrate the official opening of The Revalie Ottawa, a premier, purpose-built student accommodation development that marries contemporary student housing with state-of-the-art amenities to provide a first-class living experience for…

Canadian housing starts lower in September

The trend in housing starts was 271,068 units in September 2021, down from 284,757 units in August 2021, according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). This trend measure is a six-month moving average of the monthly seasonally adjusted annual rates (SAAR) of housing…

Call for submissions to the 2022 RAIC Annual Awards

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) invites submissions for its portfolio of annual awards for 2022. This year, the prospective awards include the Emerging Architectural Practice Award and the Architectural Practice Award. Additionally, the RAIC Gold Medal—which is the highest…

rising construction insurance Dealing With Rising Insurance Costs in Construction

Increasing material costs, supply chain issues, manufacturing delays, and labour shortages are just some of the problems faced by contractors in the post pandemic world today. However, one cost in particular has been getting very little attention as of late; insurance.…

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