The B.C. provincial government announced that changes to the Labour Relations Code will go forward based on 29 recommendations by review panel.
Anne Naser has been named as the new president and CEO of WorkSafeBC after an extensive global search. She will officially assume the position June 3, 2019.
The City of Burnaby, BC has greenlit the development of Two Gilmore Place, a 64-storey residential tower slated to become the tallest of its kind in the province.
The North Campus Infrastructure Project at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) has won an Envision Gold award.
The Vancouver Island Construction Association recognized construction excellence at its inaugural Awards gala held at the Ocean Pointe Resort in Victoria.
The $126 million Simon Fraser University (SFU) Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering Program (SE3P) building was officially opened this April.
British Columbians are remembering workers who lost their lives on the job, at more than 35 Day of Mourning ceremonies around the province on April 28.
Beedie, one of Western Canada’s largest industrial and residential developers, marks a massive milestone in 2019: celebrating 65 years.
The change to the noise bylaw will be effective October 1.
The state-of-the-art David E. Kampe Tower at Penticton Regional Hospital (PRH) is set to open to patients April 29, 2019.
Ken McCormack joined the Construction Labour Relations Association of BC (CLR) on April 8 as president and CEO, replacing Clyde Scollan.
B.C.’s construction community honoured six companies and individuals for their leadership and contributions at the annual Construction Leadership Dinner.
The Mechanical Contractors of BC (MCABC) board of directors has named Kim Barbero as its new chief executive officer, effective April 15.
The BC Construction Association (BCCA) and its Builders Code partners have launched a province-wide campaign that tells workers to not be a “tool.”
The City of Toronto’s plans to stop after-hours concrete work on high-rise buildings will threaten thousands of jobs and delay the arrival of much-needed condo
Two major B.C. projects will be required to use engineered wood as the provincial government moves to help revive the forest industry.
Several B.C. based companies were recognized by the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) with 2018 awards of excellence at its annual conference.