Dewalt is celebrating its 100th anniversary of powering the pros. Founded in 1924 by Raymond DeWalt, the company is a leading brand.
The business case for electrification works best when retrofits are synced with the end-of-life of existing mechanical equipment and/or asset repositioning plans
A new Skilled Trades Advisory Council (STAC) has been formed to combat the crisis facing skilled labour in the U.S. and Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mint has issued a new $1 coin honouring Elsie MacGill, the country’s first woman professional engineer.
The global buildings sector made some headway in curbing its energy appetite and output of greenhouse gas emissions last year, but is still off-pace to achieve the International Energy Agency's targets.
The Continental Automated Buildings Association will now be known as the Association for Smarter Homes and Buildings (ASHB), with a continued mandate to promote technologies for connectivity and efficient operations.
The global market for smart lighting is projected to reach USD $45 billion in sales by 2028, representing a compound annual growth rate of more than 20 per cent over the next five years.
Mercer International in Vancouver is acquiring all the assets of Structurlam and its subsidiaries for $81.1 million.
Kelowna-based company chosen for the 2023 cohort of the Imagine H2O accelerator program, gaining access to a worldwide network of business development advisors and potential investors.
Ontario is making washrooms on construction sites private, clean and safe, while also requiring women’s-only washrooms.
According to global construction consultancy firm, Linesight. commodity prices are expected to flatten in 2023.
Development proponents will likely be asked to contribute more equity and will encounter higher debt servicing costs than has been the case for comparable projects in the past.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission has filed notice that it intends to decree employer-imposed, non-compete conditions are unfair competition.
Designed by Tres Birds, Denver’s tallest mass timber building will break ground in 2023. The 12-storey building is named “Return to Form.”
Canada’s fall economic statement pledges $6.7 billion over five years to support uptake of a range of clean technologies, including solar heating, air-source and ground-source heat pumps and energy storage.
Canadian start-ups are invited to take up the global water challenge, a competition to gain access to up to €3 million (CAD $4 million) in venture capital for smart water technologies.
Washington State has become the first U.S. state to incorporate building electrification mandates into statewide energy codes.