LEED registrants appear to be taking full advantage of the deadline extension before the more rigorous version 4 of the certification program becomes mandatory.
Creative industries in Hamilton, Ontario are now forming the physicality of the city's landscape and impacting municipal public policy.
Many properties continue to fail in frequently monitoring their utility and energy consumption outside of the reporting scopes of building certifications.
The Recycling Council of Ontario’s first commercial, industrial and institutional waste performance benchmarking study has been released, revealing an immediate need for industry-wide improvement, with
At one time or another, facility managers have all sought to find efficiencies, or to improve tenant experience or to correct a recurring problem in
The first step in a green cleaning program is often to switch from traditional to green cleaning chemicals. What facility managers may not realize is
A recent survey reveals that Canadian business leaders generally undervalue the return on investment from energy efficiency.
The use of drones in real estate sales and marketing is not just a gimmick. Videos and images can help show off a property and offer unique perspectives.
The economic and environmental benefits of urban parks are many. But as demand for land rises, cities must be creative when building new spaces.
Touted as a time and cost-saving measure, design-build project delivery has taken the North American construction industry by storm.
The popularity of design-build is found in its advantages. One of those is the potential for design innovation. Owners can benefit from creativity generated ...
Mission 2030 sets a target to eliminate construction, renovation and demolition waste from landfill over the next 18 years.
The Canada BIM Council (CanBIM) recently held a regional session in Vancouver. The presentations consistently emphasized one fundamental aspect of building information modeling (BIM): collaboration.