Monday, October 22, 2018

Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up April 21, 2018

Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction Links Network over the past week.

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Architects from 13 Canadian cities named 2018 Fellows

Toronto condo builders walking away from pre-sold tower projects

Tariffs already putting pressure on commercial construction in the United States

Ontario to introduce legislation for fair wages on government construction projects

Homes for Heroes brings housing to homeless veterans in Calgary

Why is Alberta so far behind on school construction projects?

Member News: CLOSE – A new online tool for managing confined space risks

Cadillac Fairview celebrates $1 million milestone in donations to the Hospital for Sick Children and the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario

Five architectural teams competing to design the new Ottawa central library

Construction on new development could start this summer at former Kitchener Frame site

Construction starts on the major transit hub at Kipling Station

The Code Council names Judy Zakreski Vice President of Global Services

Wine lab under construction in Nova Scotia will support local grape growers and vintners

Member News: IAPMO Code Change Monographs Now Available

Blueprint for EV infrastructure in future smart cities

Canadian government update on the long-term infrastructure plan

Foldable skyscraper for disaster zones wins 2018 Skyscraper Competition

Tsuut’ina Nation opposes Bragg Creek berm project

City of Oshawa opposes controversial waterfront development plan

Construction breaks ground on Nanaimo Airport’s $15 million expansion

The Federal Bridge Corporation continues bridge corridor improvements at the Seaway International Bridge

Member News: Infographic – Five types of green buildings explained

A look at five highrise condo projects being developed in the west end of Toronto

ECO Product Program rolls out in RONA, Reno-Depot, and Lowe’s stores across Canada

Electrical Safety Authority advises Ontario homeowners to check for electrical damage from weekend’s severe weather

MasterBUILT Hotels changing the landscape of hotel development across Canada

Minto Capital announces new purpose-built rental tower in Oakville

CF Champlain to welcome TD Bank’s new corporate office in Moncton