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Skyline safety compliance Making Height Safety Compliance Easy

Our mission is to make height safety compliance on commercial flat roofs easy for contractors, engineers, consultants, specifiers, facility maintenance teams and building owners. With 10+ years experience in construction and an array of stocked product, our team of height safety…

CTOs blog - Stack What CTOs Need To Consider When Purchasing Construction Technology

Thanks to the great technology acceleration, construction is shifting toward adopting tech across our industry. The benefits of digital processes are plentiful, from increased collaboration and improved accuracy to more efficient workflows and increased profitability. Unfortunately, software fatigue is also emerging…

VICA board VICA Celebrates New Board of Directors for 2022/2023

The Vancouver Island Construction Association (VICA) and its membership received five industry leaders to its 2022-2023 Board of Directors during their Annual General Meeting on November 17th, 2022. There were ten nominees from across Vancouver Island. Continuing to utilize online voting…

Nesbitt Podcast - Attraction and Retention Podcast: Attraction and Retention

I’m incredibly passionate about helping those in the construction industry do what they need to succeed. It seems nowadays it’s increasingly difficult to find people willing to work in the trades. Attraction and retention are crucial in times like these. What…

Recycling our cities Recycling our cities, one building at a time

Takumi Osawa kneels on the narrow balcony of a wooden house outside Tokyo and describes how, 140 years ago, workers would have hoisted baskets of mulberry leaves to the second floor to feed silkworms. When they ate, it sounded like rain.  Known in Japan as minka, these locally crafted structures with…