Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up January 20, 2018

Greetings,

Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction Links Network over the last week. If you have a news items to share with Canada’s construction, building and design community, make sure to submit directly to me before January 26 to be included in the next issue.

Thanks and have a great week!

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Arnie Gess

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Roadway material innovations that could save infrastructure repair costs

Failed Nipigon Bridge repairs to take three years and up to $12 million

Construction to start this summer on new water treatment plant for Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq community

Design approved for new Waterton Lakes visitor centre

A look at how self-insulating bricks can save money and open new architectural possibilities for multistory buildings

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Construction start marks the launch of new mixed-use Toronto waterfront community called Sugar Wharf

First Nations file civil lawsuit against Site C

The countdown to human-free construction in less than 10 years away

Indigenous architects from across Canada prepare for international competition in Venice

Toronto District School Board shuts down construction project after scaffolding falls on a student

Vancouver builders test ‘locals-first’ policies for new presale real estate opportunities

CaGBC is searching for Canada’s most innovative Green Building Products

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Ontario to spend $784M on new school construction and repairs

A look at the 10 fastest growing careers in the construction industry

Alberta Labor investigating Lethbridge construction site safety incident

Laurentian University welcomes Dr. David Fortin as next Director of the McEwen School of Architecture

ASSE International to publish new working pressure magazine in March

Construction firms hired to manage Obama center project in Chicago

Quebec homeowners claim West Island contractor operating without a licence

Contractor fatally injured at Manitoba Hydro site

6,000 Canadian jobs at risk after UK firm Carillion moves towards liquidation

A look at smart window technology that channel magnetic fluids to shade and heat rooms

Chartwell breaks ground on premium retirement community in Edmonton

FLO Components announces final winner in 40th anniversary giveaway contest

Toronto raises performance standards for new development, targets zero emissions by 2030

Zeidler announces addition to Calgary partnership team

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New ICC certification makes Cantsink the sole source for widest helix products

FLO welcomes Ontario’s Workplace Charging Incentive Program

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Established in 2003, Construction Links Network is Canada’s leading information & networking hub for professionals in the building, design and repair industry including building owners, facility managers, project managers, architects, engineers, government officials, specifiers, contractors, sub-contractors, building designers, health and safety professionals, environmental technicians, waste management / recycling professionals, product reps and manufacturers.