The 2020 winners are Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Manulife Investment Management, and Rogers Place.
OverActive Media and design firm Populous are building the first new sports or entertainment venue in Toronto since BMO Field in 2007. Plans also include a hotel complex.
The Calgary Municipal Land Corp. has announced that Colliers will take on project management for the Arts Commons Transformation project.
Nearly three-quarters (73 per cent) of surveyed facility managers expect to implement AR technology over the next two years.
The move will shift domestic elements of the engineering, utility management, high voltage and telecommunication business units back into Manitoba Hydro’s fold and cede the global marketplace to other competitors.
PCL Construction has been selected to build the new St. Paul’s Hospital at 1002 Station Street in Vancouver. Completion is set for 2026.
Newmark Global Commercial Real Estate Services has been named to lead the selection process once the in-progress call for 500- to 1,500-acre mega-sites closes on July 31.
The Ottawa Public Library joint facility project is receiving $34.5-million from the federal government to achieve net-zero carbon goals.
Relief helps to offset a year when RevPAR plummeted by 60 per cent relative to 2019 and the 12-monrh average hotel occupancy rate barely nudged above 33 per cent.
Construction is underway on a modern intensive care unit (ICU) at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. It's expected to open in early 2023.
The Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance has signed a collaborative agreement with Quebec's Association de vitrerie et fenestration and named a new Canadian director.
Brookfield Infrastructure is selling 100 per cent of Enwave, its North American district energy enterprise that includes the deep lake water cooling network in Toronto.
A newly refreshed edition of the ASHRAE Epidemic Taskforce’s Building Readiness Guide provides more resources for calculating the effectiveness of building flushing and filtration.
Tamara Vrooman brings leadership experience in the private and public sectors to her new role as chair of the Canada Infrastructure Bank.
Pôle culturel de Chambly took top honours for a commercial project incorporating a variety of hardscape products, with the city recognized as both the contractor and designer.
The Harry Jerome Community Recreation Centre (HJCRC) in North Vancouver is moving ahead. Construction begins in 2022 with completion in 2025.
Extra vigilance is expected as confirmed cases of the highly contagious U.K. B.1.1.7 variant of COVID-19 spreads within Ontario-based facilities.