The impact to B.C.’s key highway corridors caused by the November atmospheric river events was devastating.
Major infrastructure projects will ensure the B.C. construction industry stays busy including two high-profile transportation ones.
Calgary’s first dedicated Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor, called MAX Purple, is now open and serving the community.
At the 2018 VRCA Awards of Excellence Awards gala, Graham Construction earned two top awards for the Metrotown Station Upgrade and Burrard Bridge.
Edmonton’s new downtown arena, Rogers Place, has officially opened. The 1,110,900 square foot facility in the heart of downtown Edmonton features the largest true high-definition
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).
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.
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.
A new multi-million dollar road, rail and utility corridor project will expand the Port of Prince Rupert’s terminal capacity ...
Construction of the single largest transportation infrastructure project for the Tri-Cities in Metro Vancouver is underway.
Victoria’s Johnson Street Bridge has been a highly visible and recognizable landmark to the city's harbour ...