The design of the RCMP's new Nova Scotia headquarters reconciles its requirements of internal security and external accountability.
Developing advanced rehabilitation techniques and optimizing service life is becoming more important now that aging infrastructure is so commonplace.
A growing number of counties, road contractors, and mining companies are discovering that linear crushers can repair a gravel road for significantly less money, while correcting the underlying subgrade problems.
Canada's second busiest airport, YVR, has significantly improved the safety and efficiency of its operations and emergency services with the completion of its new Airside Operations Building (AOB).
By making 12 considerations, FM companies can help set the stage for a design-build-finance-maintain team's winning P3 bid.
The Canary Park condos are nearly ready to be turned over to the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games organizers for fit-up for the athletes, coaches
The case for strategic infrastructure investment and the link to stronger economic performance and productivity is well documented. However, since the 1950s and 1960s when
Standing 30 metres high, the tallest all-wood modern building has now opened its doors in northern B.C. The $25 million Wood Innovation and Design Centre (WIDC) in downtown Prince George is built to LEED Gold status and an example of the viability of constructing taller buildings made of wood.
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities has estimated Canada needs about $123 billion to bring crumbling public infrastructure up to acceptable levels and an additional $115 billion to meet growing demand.
The barbed wire and fortress-like fences of TV prison dramas are nowhere to be found here. Designed to support rehabilitation, this real-life detention centre has
Designed with the beauty of Canada’s first national park in mind, the Bow River Pedestrian Bridge in Banff, Alta., is a striking timber superstructure.
Alberta has undertaken proactive flood management strategies to prepare for potential disasters due to snow melt, in the wake of last year's floods.
New LNG plants will mean jobs and economic windfall for British Columbia. But the possibility of a B.C. labour shortage could be problematic.
Major pipeline projects in British Columbia are scheduled to start in the next few years, posing a challenge for the construction industry.
Two major infrastructure projects around the Calgary International Airport will considerably increase both access to the airport and air traffic capacity.
Future developments in renewable energy projects across Canada will mean an exponential growth in the sector's diversified jobs.
Adopting a minimum standard for building energy performance is a step in the right direction for cutting energy consumption and emissions.