Oxford Properties Group has unveiled its plans to develop Canada's first large bay multi-level industrial property in Burnaby's Riverbend Business Park.
The Alberta government is increasing skilled trades funding to provide young people more opportunities to explore trades careers.
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is celebrating a new milestone as Canadian LEED v4 project registrations surpass the 1,000 mark.
The B.C. government has introduced first-of-its-kind climate legislation in North America, setting out legal accountability requirements to achieve targets.
Jessie Adcock has been appointed to the position of general manager, development, buildings and licensing at the City of Vancouver.
BCCA has launched a mortgage investment corporation (MIC) to make securing a mortgage easier for B.C.’s skilled tradespeople and other in-demand workers.
Vancouver recently approved an ambitious green rainwater infrastructure initiative called the Rain City Strategy.
The Government of British Columbia has proclaimed November as Apprenticeship Recognition Month. This is the first Apprenticeship Recognition Month in B.C.
Five projects have been recognized with CCPPP 2019 National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in Public-Private Partnerships.
New budget announces plans to double various land title fees, apply the 4 per cent tourism levy on online short-term rental transactions and bring all public sector pension fund investment management back under AIMCo's purview.
The awards are bestowed to individuals and organizations that have advanced sustainable principles and practices in design, management, operations and community building, while serving as role models and resources for their peers.
After a battle with cancer, Roz Thorn passed away October 6, 2019. Roz retired as the CEO Northern BC Construction Association in 2015.
Anna Murray, Ailey Roberts and Puninda Thind of BentallGreenOak's sustainability team have been named to the Canada Clean50 for 2020.
The SFU Sustainable Energy Engineering Building received an impressive four Gold Awards and three Silvers at the 2019 VRCA Awards.
PCL Construction has completed 700 Bay’s concrete structure. The multifaceted renovation and expansion project by KingSett Capital will complete in 2020.
Vancouver-based real estate developer, Holborn Group won in several categories for Holborn University Heights at the 26th International Property Awards.
The Fraser Valley Regional District head office is now home to a rooftop solar array featuring 66 solar panels with room for future expansion.