For the second year in a row, construction on Vancouver Island set records with building permits increasing nine per cent to $2.45 billion in 2018.
Langley, British Columbia is set to become the home of the Fraser Valley’s first ever residential mass timber development - Legacy on Park Avenue.
Infrastructure Ontario will offer consulting services to the global market, pushing its experience overseeing dozens of major institutional construction projects.
The B.C. Industry Training Authority (ITA) board of directors has named Shelley Gray its new Chief Executive Officer. Gray had been serving as interim CEO.
B.C. will be first in Canada to allow 12-storey mass timber buildings. The current building code allows only six-storey mass timber buildings.
Construction on Calgary’s southwest ring road is set to begin this spring after the province announced that contracts have been signed for two segments.
The Vancouver Economic Commission (VEC) has launched the Green Building Market Forecast. The report identifies a $3.3 billion market opportunity.
Hazardous contaminants from former industrial operations still linger in a now largely residential area of Edmonton.
A new initiative called Builders Code aims to address B.C.’s skilled labour shortage by reducing harassment, bullying and hazing on construction worksites.
The Canadian Homebuilders' Association of the Central Okanagan has appointed its first ever female president, Cassidy deVeer, of 3rd Generation Homes.
Inspired architecture and innovative structural engineering was honoured at the 15th annual 2019 Wood Design Awards in BC.
A coalition of British Columbia’s largest construction associations and progressive unions began legal proceedings Feb. 27 in B.C. Supreme Court.
Vancity has become the first financial institution in Canada to receive the ‘Accessibility Certified Gold' rating under the Rick Hansen Foundation program.
Fiera Infrastructure and EllisDon Capital have joined forces to create a Canadian public-private partnerships (PPP) venture.
The B.C. government is moving forward with the Broadway Subway in Vancouver. The $2.83 billion project will add 5.7 kilometres and six stations.
The promised $679 million amounts to $189 million of actual spending in 2019-20 since most of the investment is to be rolled out over a three-year period.
GWL Realty Advisors formally broke ground on a 21-storey market rental tower at 1500 Robson Street in Vancouver's West End. When complete, the tower will add 128 purpose-built rental units to the neighbourhood lacking in vacant apartments.