city of calgary

calgary event centre

Construction Business

Agreement reached for Calgary event centre

An agreement has been reached for the development and construction of a new public sports and entertainment event centre in Calgary.
Vivo for Healthier Generations

Design Quarterly

Alberta invests in Vivo expansion project

Alberta has announced it will be providing $15 million over three years for the Vivo for Healthier Generations expansion project.
BMO Centre

Construction Business

Major summer projects set for Calgary roads

Close to 30 major infrastructure projects and more than 40 road repaving jobs are planned this summer in Calgary, part of a $441 million investment.
Zeidler Calgary

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Canada and Alberta invest in upgrades at Calgary arts facility

The governments of Canada and Alberta recently announced funding to renew the electrical system in Arts Commons, a multi-venue arts centre in Calgary.
Mayor's Urban design

Design Quarterly

Calgary 2017 Mayor’s Urban Design Award winners

The 2017 Mayor’s Urban Design Award winners were announced at the National Music Centre in Calgary. The bi-annual awards recognize designers and architects.
diversion

REMI Network

Calgary bylaw change in effect for waste diversion

A bylaw amendment is now in effect requiring Calgary-based facilities to separate yard and food waste from the garbage to encourage diversion.
AAMA new name

Construction Business

Canada’s first P3 Biosolids substantially complete

A biosolids facility in Calgary is now substantially complete.
affordable housing

Construction Business

Calgary to sell seven sites for affordable housing

The City of Calgary will be selling seven city-owned sites to non-profit affordable housing providers.
Recycling

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Calgary approves multi-family recycling bylaw

As of Feb. 1, 2016, Calgary multi-family building residents will have access to more robust on-site recycling services under the region’s new council-approved Waste & Recycling Bylaw. Apartments, condominiums, townhouses and other multi-family complexes will be required to accept paper and cardboard, food cans, glass jars, plastic containers and bags. The City of Calgary will not collect multi-family recycling, but builder owners and managers will be tasked with determining which private company best serves the needs of their building.