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It’s been an eventful year in Canadian construction. Take a look at the stories that shaped 2018


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December 21, 2018 by On-Site Staff

From the long-awaited go ahead on the Gordie Howe bridge project to the still-raging battle over steel and aluminum tariffs, 2018 has kept Canada’s builders busy.

Take a look through the biggest headlines and the hardest-hitting features of 2018.

 

TOP-READ ANALYSIS

Nipping job site impairment in the bud: Construction industry grapples with cannabis legalization

Top 10 Canadian construction trends to watch in 2019

Infrastructure Report 2018: Canada’s spending plan starts hitting its stride

On-Site announces Canada’s 40 Top Contractors

Silica dust on the job site: Inconsistent regulations force the industry to play catch up

 


 

THE BIG HEADLINES

Canada blocks Aecon takeover by Chinese state-owned firm, citing national security

New bridge collapses into river hours after opening in rural Saskatchewan

Feds pick construction team for multibillion-dollar Gordie Howe bridge project

UK state contractor collapses in liquidation, putting 6,000 Canadian jobs at risk

Graham hits back, accuses Alberta of botching Grande Prairie hospital build

Steeling for a trade war: Canada’s dangerous, unavoidable dependence on foreign steel

Aecon consortium closes $2.5B contract to construct Finch West LRT

 


 

POPULAR JOB SITE STORIES

32 metres beneath Toronto: A look underground at the Eglinton Crosstown’s deepest station

Crowchild Bridge keeps traffic flowing in Calgary

Construction crews near finish line on two-tower project that will be Toronto’s tallest outside downtown core

Closing the loop: Builders of Calgary ring road moving rivers to stay on schedule


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