Bird Construction

SFU gathering house

Construction Business

Bird awarded design-build high school contract

Bird Construction has been awarded the Eric Hamber Secondary School Replacement Project in Vancouver, B.C. for approximately $92 million.
Bird Construction

Construction Business

Bird Construction celebrates 100 years

Bird Construction is celebrating 100 years since its first job on March 29, 1920. Hubert John Bird founded the company in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.
SFU energy

Construction Business

Fast tracking success

The SFU Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering Building was a challenging project for Bird Construction, who delivered the project on time.
bird construction

Construction Business

Bird Construction makes changes to executive team

Bird Construction Inc. has announced Ian Boyd will be stepping down as president and CEO and assuming the role of executive vice president, major projects.
treatment facility

Construction Business

Consortium named for Residuals Treatment Facility

Hartland Resource Management Group has been named the preferred proponent for the Capital Regional District Residuals Treatment Facility in Victoria.
AAMA new name

Construction Business

Canada’s first P3 Biosolids substantially complete

A biosolids facility in Calgary is now substantially complete.

Construction Business

Creating a unique student hub

Most new students arriving on a campus university for the first time can be overwhelmed: the sheer size of the university, the maze of different

Construction Business

Langara opens new Science and Technology Building

Langara College in Vancouver has officially opened its new Science and Technology Building. The ribbon-cutting event included Advanced Education Minister Andrew Wilkinson, Vancouver Deputy Mayor

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Casey House redevelopment enters construction

Casey House, a pioneer in HIV/AIDS health care and palliative care in Toronto, Ont., recently announced that construction of a 58,000-square-foot redevelopment project has begun at Jarvis St. and Isabella St. The $32-million development involves the renovation of an existing heritage property and the construction of a new and improved contemporary health care addition.