Fitwel's Viral Response module requires that companies follow a set of baseline strategies—actions that are necessary to mitigate the spread of infectious respiratory diseases such as COVID-19.
After undergoing an extensive three year heritage rehabilitation, Calgary’s 109-year-old City Hall has completed renovations.
The Edmonton Public Library has officially opened the $84.5-million Stanley A. Milner Library, designed by Teeple Architects and Stantec.
Promised allocations from the federal Climate Action Incentive Fund have been released for building envelope, lighting and HVAC system improvements.
The CAD $475 million investment aligns the Canadian pension fund with the largest global player in cold storage logistics as momentum builds for digital commerce in grocery retailing.
Amidst an aging workforce, two Seneca students have launched the International Facility Management Association’s newest student chapter to help learners pursue careers in facility management.
COVID-19 has forced Canada’s transit authorities to grapple with the twin challenges of public health logistics and declining revenues. A new stream of federal infrastructure spending will target pandemic-resilient infrastructure.
The City of Richmond will open its new state-of-the-art indoor aquatic centre at Minoru Centre for Active Living on Monday, September 21.
A provincial funding boost of $175 million for COVID-19 related and other urgent projects will address critical maintenance in 129 hospitals.
L'Illusion, Théâtre de marionnettes, a non-profit arts organization based in Montreal, will be demolished and then reborn on its current site.
Two towers in Edmonton’s Downtown Ice District have earned global accolades: Stantec Tower, JW Marriott Edmonton and private residences.
Amazon Canada has announced plans to create a fulfilment centre and delivery station in Hamilton, located near the airport in Mount Hope.
The agency is mandated under the Accessible Canada Act to develop accessibility standards for all federally regulated organizations and to more widely promote accessibility and inclusiveness through research and public engagement.
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has announced the winners of its 2020 Design Excellence Awards. Winners will be celebrated online.
Simon Fraser University has officially adopted the Burnaby 2065 Campus Master Plan, which lays out a framework to guide the evolution of the campus.
A Montreal holding company pleaded guilty and was fined $260,000 for failing to comply after environmental enforcement officers ordered the disposal of a transformer.
Little has been invested in underground infrastructure to increase capacity when it comes to Toronto's aging sewage and stormwater pipes.