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May 12, 2018

Construction Links Network: Weekly Round Up May 12, 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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The 2018 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture honour outstanding buildings across Canada

Chapman Brothers Construction plans to build an asphalt plant in Charlottetown

Milton family farm fights Halton school board’s proposal to expropriate land from 200 year-old property

Plan submitted to turn Edmonton Coliseum into housing development

Stratford, PE council approves new commercial development and sustainable subdivision

Waterpower project expansion completed in Parry Sound

Canadian housing starts trend stable in April

Member News – Safe & sound shipping thanks to Brigade’s broadband alarms

Technology – App that’s converting architects to Apple

Three new towers added to Lachine project

Elon Musk planning to get into the brick-making business

California is about to require solar panels for all new home construction

Aecon Group pulls out of the consortium to bid on the Gordie Howe bridge project

Bingemans to open Excavation Station for June

Member News – Pembina Institute reacts to B.C. government’s new carbon pollution legislation

ICC-SRCC and NRCan partner to provide Canadian performance ratings to over 600 solar water heating system certifications

PCL Toronto shares safety knowledge with industry

Winnipeg considers arbitration to claim more compensation for a botched police headquarters construction project

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Brandt sponsors 450 local youth to attend Mastercard Memorial Cup

GTA’s top builders and projects honoured at annual awards

Former premier turned developer Danny Williams upset with St. John’s for withholding 100 Galway development permits

Member News – IAPMO CEO Chaney Meets U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross, Urges Continuation of MDCP, Reinstatement of Research

Edmonton celebrates it’s newest tallest building

NSLC unveils designs for cannabis stores in Nova Scotia

U of T to build academic wood tower on downtown Toronto campus

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Tesla Solar Roof patent reveals the science behind its design

LED lights on construction jobsites benefit owners

Western Canada dominates the podium at this year’s PwC Canada V2R Awards

Ambassador Bridge owners lose court battle in their attempt stop construction of the Gordie Howe International Bridge

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