The American Architecture Prize (AAP) for 2017 Firm of the Year has been awarded to PFS Studio in the category of Landscape Architecture & Urban Design.
A new 57-storey tower in West End Vancouver has been approved by city council. The project, a partnership between the First Baptist Church and developer Westbank, consists of a residential tower and redevelopment of the 107-year-old church.
Tim McGinn, principal at Dialog in Calgary, has been named director-at-large with the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) for 2017-7018.
AIBC's Architecture Centre Gallery is hosting ‘Building Beyond Buildings’, an exhibit that pays tribute to the work of Bing Thom
Calgary-based Lemay + Toker, has reinvented the historic Hudson Block in downtown Calgary.
Gord Johnston, executive vice president of Stantec’s Infrastructure business operating unit, has been selected by the board of directors to assume the role of president
Research on organizational productivity could make better use of valuable information archived in the facilities management department, a new report from the Continental Automated Buildings Association and the National Research Council concludes.
HCMA Architecture + Design is the first architecture firm in B.C. to become JUST. JUST is a label that organizations from all industries can adopt to review
The design of the world’s tallest hybrid timber tower, by Shigeru Ban Architects, has been revealed by Vancouver-based developer PortLiving. Named Terrace House, the project
Heritage treasures from British Columbia to Nova Scotia are featured on the National Trust for Canada’s Top 10 Endangered Places List for 2017.
The Illuminating Engineering Society of British Columbia (IESBC) has announced the 2017 Vision Awards winners, which honours outstanding B.C. lighting engineers and designers for their
CBRE’s Vancouver office is the first in the city to receive WELL Certification.
To help meet Canada’s climate change commitments, the Canada Green Building Council has launched the country’s first Zero Carbon Building Standard.
CaGBC and Green Business Certification Inc. are forming a Canadian joint venture called Green Business Certification Inc. Canada (GBCI Canada).
Architect Ronald McIntyre has joined the Dialog team in Vancouver as healthcare principal. He will be complementing the firm’s healthcare team with more than 25
MartensGroup, an award-winning Calgary-based interior design studio, is joining Kasian, one of the world’s top 100 integrated design firms.
CaGBC has picked a diverse set of 16 green building projects across Canada to participate in a two-year pilot of its Zero Carbon Building Standard.