The COVID-19 pandemic is driving techn solutions like GPS tracking to help keep construction jobsites safe and efficient.
A package of proposed changes to Canada's National Building Code aims to improve navigability and safety in large buildings for people with mobility, vision and/or hearing constraints.
The ICBA CEO breakfast at Buildex Vancouver highlighted the association's annual wage and benefits survey with worker shortages remaining the top concern.
Guidance related to natural ventilation, particulate filtration and compartmentalization of multi-residential HVAC systems are prominent in the list of identified "significant changes" compared to the incumbent 2016 version of the standards.
Road construction is a hazardous occupation and ranked as one of the most dangerous places to work. Technology is key to helping prevent injuries.
British Columbia’s cutting‐edge wood architecture and design are featured in the newly released book, Naturally Wood.
Between 2019 and 2021, a significant amount of competing large-scale, multi-billion dollar projects are expected to commence in British Columbia. Construction demand is growing faster than
One of the most critical investments you should make ahead of any new construction project is visual documentation, a tool that can impact bottom lines.
ACEC-BC celebrated innovation and technical excellence at its 30th annual Awards of Engineering Excellence held in Vancouver.
With the construction projects becoming more complex, people will not only need strong trade skills but be adaptable to modern technology.
Smart buildings offer the best hope to reduce carbon effectively, reduce energy costs and provide good return on investment.
The Canadian Coalition for Construction Steel is urging the government to act cautiously before taking further action on unfair U.S. steel tariffs.
For the last several decades, construction productivity has remained stagnant. This is primarily due to a lag in digitization.
Canada has set ambitious targets for greenhouse gas emissions reduction, which will require the building sector to move to a zero carbon future.
The new crop of 'ultra-high-rise' condos rising in Toronto will be more complicated and consequently more costly to maintain, one engineer is warning.
An office building in Markham, Ontario's technology hub plans to be the first net positive energy office building in Canada.
With construction booming and land scarce, condo buildings in urban areas may face a situation where a neighbouring developer requires access to their land.