Funding from StrongerBC: BC’s Economic Recovery Plan for the Climate Adaptation Program will increase roadway resiliency.
The Calgary Municipal Land Corp. has announced that Colliers will take on project management for the Arts Commons Transformation project.
Transit-oriented development can be a blessing and a curse for communities, suggests a new UBC study.
The integration of the Canadian Institute of Steel Construction and the Canadian Sheet Steel Building Institute will expand opportunities.
The Government of Canada has announced $63.5 million, over five years, for the Union Training and Innovation Program (UTIP).
Vancouver Airport Authority (YVR) has completed its Pier D international terminal building expansion project.
EllisDon has launched EllisDon Community Builders, a new group to assist clients who wish to deliver affordable and supportive housing.
The move will shift domestic elements of the engineering, utility management, high voltage and telecommunication business units back into Manitoba Hydro’s fold and cede the global marketplace to other competitors.
PCL Construction has been selected to build the new St. Paul’s Hospital at 1002 Station Street in Vancouver. Completion is set for 2026.
As documented in its spring 2021 pre-budget submission, RESCON is asking for funds to alleviate ongoing issues critical to the residential construction industry.
Ledcor has named Russell Zirnhelt executive vice president of construction and leader of the division. He takes over from Peter Hrdlitschka.
The B.C. government has launched a new Skills Training for Economic Recovery program in order to support people affected by COVID-19.
The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project has restarted work after a two-month shutdown due to two serious workplace incidents.
Precision NanoSystems Inc. has received $25.1 million in federal funding to create a manufacturing centre for nanomedicine.
Proceeds from this and future green offerings will be applied to financing or refinancing four categories of assets to be known as eligible green projects.
A coalition of construction sector associations is urging the federal and provincial governments to deliver on infrastructure investments.
Construction is underway on a modern intensive care unit (ICU) at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. It's expected to open in early 2023.