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June 16, 2018

Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up June 16, 2018

Below are links to the top news items posted on the Construction Links Network over the past week. Thank you for stopping by Construction Links Network.

 

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Mississauga proposes new health and safety certification requirement for construction contractors

City of Ottawa staff approve Château Laurier redesign project

Stakeholder feedback sought on Accessibility Policy Paper

Ground breaks to begin construction new Spyhill Services Centre in Calgary

Demolition of Kapyong Barracks in Winnipeg begins

Cadillac Fairview boosts investment in Toronto’s downtown with $800 million office tower

Member News: IAPMO again promotes and celebrates National High-Performance Building Week

Nova Scotia approves smart meter program

Toronto’s new wave of development looks for community

Aecon with joint venture partners SNC-Lavalin and AECOM awarded Fuel Channel and Feeder Replacement contract by Bruce Power

Canadian home sales at five-year low in May

New company brings Street View to the construction industry

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Kamloops volunteer program pairs retired tradespeople with seniors to help them with home repairs

Member News: Canada Green Building Council certifies Bentall Kennedy office building as Canada’s first Zero Carbon Building – Performance certification

Winnipeg unveils proposed design for new St. James bridge project

How AI could help the construction industry work faster and safer

Technical error delays post-flood damage inspections for dozens of New Brunswick flood claimants

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to issue green bonds for renewable energy, water / watewater management and green buildings

3 World Trade Center opens this week after years of delays

Smart technology bridge proposed to cross Saanich Inlet in B.C.

Member News: IAPMO seeks UPC Legionella Task Group members to examine waterborne pathogens and associated scald risk provisions

Heritage Regina conducting online auction of old building materials from the University of Regina’s College Avenue Campus

Lumber tariffs adding $9K to new home prices in USA

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Tesla to remove branded kiosks from Home Depot stores in the United States

Technology: UpCodes AI is “the spellcheck for buildings”

HGTV’s Chip and Joanna Gaines agree to pay $40K fine over lead paint violations

Construction prep work being planned to get Alaska’s Arctic Refuge ready for oil drilling

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