The electric vehicle (EV) revolution is here; and with it, a demand for property stakeholders to accommodate a growing volume of plugged-in commuters.
The Université de Saint-Boniface in Winnipeg, Manitoba retrofitted a classroom with flexible wireways that would create a more active learning environment.
In 2017, the province of Ontario advanced its role in the fight against climate change with the launch of its provincial cap and trade program.
Since early April 2017, first responders, Canadian agencies, and restoration specialists have been uniting to bring British Columbia back from one of the worst wildfire seasons in the province's history.
In an age when everyone is looking for assurances, having a Business Continuity Plan will bring your clients and employees peace of mind.
Recognizing risks is important, but to be truly prepared, companies need to have a disaster plan in place to protect them before, during, and after an event.
Having an emergency game plan within reach and ready to go is critical to helping disaster responders provide a fast, effective, and thorough response.
No one likes to think about disasters, but the reality is they happen. Being prepared and aligning with the right partners can be the difference between a quick response or a long and costly recovery.
New funding models and innovative building techniques are expected to revolutionize the affordable housing sector in Canada.
Having your parking lot paved by a professional contractor will increase the life expectancy of your pavement, considerably reducing costs in the long run.
Two months after the Fort McMurray wildfires began, they were deemed under control thanks to the efforts of responders, including FirstOnSite Restoration.
Whether it’s for safety, function or aesthetics, lighting has a big impact on how a property looks and operates. Recent advances in technology have allowed for enhanced lightning solutions that are both energy efficient and affordable
Fire sprinkler retrofits can minimize damage and save lives when upgrading older buildings that may have once been up to fire code, but are now outdated.
Neglecting and avoiding preventative maintenance can lead to equipment failure, expensive repairs or the need for complete replacement.