Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects with HDR Inc, the second phase of the Undergraduate Biosciences Complex at UBC has opened.
CapriCMW Insurance Services Ltd., one of Western Canada’s leading independent insurance brokerages, is expanding into the Yukon Territory.
Kate Thompson has been named president and CEO of CMLC, assuming the role in 2020 with the departure of Michael Brown. He served in the role since 2011.
Canada's major office and industrial markets present a more uneven picture to brokers and analysts in this country than their contemporaries in the United States see when contemplating 2020 prospects south of the border.
The contractors behind some of British Columbia’s most important transportation projects in 2019 were recognized with the B.C. Highways Contractor Awards.
Analysts foresee relatively static office vacancy and rental rates over the coming year, while industrial market dynamics are expected to be similarly consistent and optimistic.
Kelowna International Airport (YLW) has announced the next phase of its capital development program to meet unprecedented levels of passenger growth.
The City of Richmond will be getting a new Canada Line station with the transfer of $28 million in developer-supported funds from the city to TransLink.
Associated Engineering (AE) has appointed Kent Eklund, P.Eng., MBA, as vice president of transportation. He succeeds Bryan Petzold.
Aecon Group has been awarded three contracts, in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, worth an aggregate value of $690 million.
The buildings and design sectors are again represented in the newest slate of members of the Order of Canada, which includes a developer, a planner and an architectural glass artist.
The University of Toronto (U of T) has unveiled plans for a 10-storey residence building that would provide housing for more than 200 graduate students.
Fraser Crossing Partners has been selected as the preferred proponent for the Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project in B.C.
Construction is underway for two childcare centres in Vancouver on the rooftops of Gastown parkades, which will provide 74 much-needed childcare spaces.
B.C. mass timber manufacturer Structurlam has announced it will expand its operations into the United States. The new plant will open in Conway, Ark.
The Supreme Court of Canada has dismissed an appeal by J. Cote & Son Excavating on reprisal clauses. The decision has serious implications for contractors.
Construction is set to start on a unique partnership project that will bring a new YMCA recreation facility to Burquitlam over the next three years.