Building construction investment continues to rise in March
Gains continue to be felt in both the residential and non-residential segments.
Canada Post introduces new state-of-the-art parcel sorting facility
Naming of the Albert Jackson Processing Centre pays respect to an important legacy.
Pair of hospitals put permits on a slide
Despite March dip, overall construction intentions figures remain strong in Q1.
Canada’s largest stacked mixed-use industrial project hits South Vancouver
Suitable for a variety of business types, including everything from food users to film production houses, and design studios, construction of Marine Landing is currently underway.
Montreal condos feature highest residential skybridge in Quebec
Maestria Condominiums project reaches a milestone as the developer successfully completes hoisting and installing the highest suspended skybridge ever built for a residential project in Quebec.
BCCA presents public sector construction procurement awards
British Columbia Construction Association recognizes four public owners for best practices.
Rize Properties launches construction division
Hovercraft Builders is a standalone, full-service construction division.
Investment in building construction hits $20 billion
Both residential and non-residential sectors on the rise in February.
Ontario Association of Architects reveals design excellence winners
Awards to be presented at upcoming conference in Toronto.
Toronto’s unofficial symbol continues to be the crane
Canada’s largest city registers a 21 per cent rise in active construction cranes compared to last year.
Frank Gehry is bringing design home to Toronto
Forma will include the tallest Gehry-designed building in the world.
Orion Construction to build new Bothwell-Accurate building
Century-old waterproofing, glazing and roofing specialist to consolidate its western operations in new building in Surrey, B.C.
Walmart Canada building fulfilment centre in Alberta
New delivery hub for Western Canada will be capable of shipping 20 million units annually.
Investment in building construction continues to rise
Following slight pullback in summer of 2021, Canada has seen a steady increase in investment since October 2021.
Photo Contest: Reaching new heights
Sorting through hundreds of jobsite photographs, the almost-vertigo-inducing perspective…
Building permits slide in January
Declines felt in both residential and non-residential sectors.
Alberta introduces prompt payment framework
Provincial act sets out timelines and rules for payments and liens.
Infrastructure and other non-residential capital spending continue to rise
Investment in infrastructure, buildings, machinery and equipment expected to increase through 2022.
Building permits on the rise in most segments
After a bit of a slip in October, Statistics Canada reports that November’s figures were up almost seven per cent.
OGCA targets labour shortages in ICI construction
Report puts a focus on attracting project managers and site supervisors, two in-demand ICI jobs.