BCIT will more than double its student housing capacity with the construction of a new mass timber student housing project.
The B.C. government has released the results of a feasibility study for a rapid transit crossing from Vancouver to the North Shore.
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 has received $6.2 million to accelerate implementation of another phase of the Oval Village District Energy Utility.
The Vancouver Airport Authority will be terminating the CORE Program, a large infrastructure project at Vancouver International Airport.
The Smart Sustainable Resilient Infrastructure Association is receiving $6.3 million to help Alberta's construction industry innovate.
Green construction technology company Nexii has announced new leadership hires in engineering, architecture and manufacturing divisions.
RESCON has initiated a campaign to bring employers, unions and government together to combat and address racism in the industry.
Two towers in Edmonton’s Downtown Ice District have earned global accolades: Stantec Tower, JW Marriott Edmonton and private residences.
Vancouver Island will be the first region in B.C. to upgrade lighting infrastructure along provincial highways and roadways to LED.
BUILDEX Alberta is going virtual in 2020 as part of Buildings Week. The annual conference will be held online November 30 – December 4, 2020.
Simon Fraser University has officially adopted the Burnaby 2065 Campus Master Plan, which lays out a framework to guide the evolution of the campus.
Forty cement and concrete companies unveiled a joint industry ‘2050 Climate Ambition’ to deliver society with carbon neutral concrete by 2050.
The BC Chamber of Commerce has released its Economic Recovery Submission with recommendations focusing on competitiveness and innovation.
The B.C. Court of Appeal has denied the Charter of Rights challenge to B.C.’s Community Benefits Agreement.
Little has been invested in underground infrastructure to increase capacity when it comes to Toronto's aging sewage and stormwater pipes.
A first-of-its-kind children’s complex care transition facility in B.C. will move forward with the approval of a concept plan.