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September 28, 2018  

Amazon announced as tenant as Wales McLelland nears completion of 450,000 sq. ft. Vancouver-area warehouse

VANCOUVER—Amazon.com Inc. has released plans to open a new

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September 27, 2018  

Contractors pressured to adopt new set of reporting standards to improve benchmarking, transparency

TORONTO— An international coalition of professional associations, mostly made

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September 27, 2018  

Construction on ‘The Stack,’ set to become Vancouver’s tallest office tower, to begin next year

VANCOUVER—Construction on a new tower that will become one

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September 27, 2018  

TransCanada plans to starts construction of long-debated Keystone XL pipeline next year

LINCOLN, Neb.—The developer of the Keystone XL oil pipeline

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September 26, 2018  

San Francisco’s new $2B transit terminal dubbed ‘Grand Central of the West’ closes over cracked beam

Sitting next to another dubious landmark—a condo building that has sunk 18 inches since opening in 2009—the transit hub’s operator cited an “abundance of caution” for the closure

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September 26, 2018  

Concrete tech firm CarbonCure earns backing of high-profile investment fund that includes Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos

The Halifax-based company’s bolt-on technology injects carbon dioxide into the abundant construction material during the production process

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September 25, 2018  

81-storey tower planned for sprawling Mississauga, Ont. development

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—There’s no end in sight for construction crews

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September 25, 2018  

No geotech study done on Saskatchewan bridge that collapsed hours after opening

HYAS, Sask.—A reeve in eastern Saskatchewan says no geotechnical

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September 25, 2018  

Too early to count out oilsands construction? Teck pushes new $20B project

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta.—In a sign that the oilsands mining

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September 25, 2018  

Cities aim to shake up how feds handle infrastructure procurement

The drive could reshape how construction projects get off the ground, as well as give contractors a clearer idea of what work will be available each year

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September 24, 2018  

Construction workers nab alleged carjacker in downtown Vancouver hit and run

VANCOUVER—Police are applauding a group of construction workers who

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September 24, 2018  

EllisDon breaks ground on new $100M office complex on Toronto waterfront

TORONTO—Work on a new office development on Toronto’s burgeoning

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September 21, 2018  

North American Construction buys $42.5M stake in Nunavut, N.W.T. construction firm Nuna

ACHESON, Alta—North American Construction Group Ltd. is branching out.

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September 21, 2018  

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

Once complete, the taller of Eau du Soleil’s two buildings will be the highest in the city outside downtown

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September 19, 2018  

Man arrested after scaling crane at construction site in London, Ont.

LONDON, Ont.—A 31-year-old man was arrested Sept. 18 after

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September 19, 2018  

Florence’s deluge testing South Carolina infrastructure

COLUMBIA, S.C.—The torrential rains from Florence will test South

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September 19, 2018  

Construction starts on new $245M biotech manufacturing facility in Quebec City

QUEBEC CITY—Work is underway on a new $245 million

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September 19, 2018  

Volvo rolls out new electric wheel loader prototype

BERLIN—Volvo Construction Equipment has revealed its latest foray into

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September 19, 2018  

Kamloops, B.C. contractor wins contract for $2.5M paving job on Vancouver Island

NANAIMO, B.C.—ARC Asphalt Recycling Inc. has won a multimillion-dollar

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September 19, 2018  

New bridge collapses into river hours after opening in rural Saskatchewan

HYAS, Sask.—A rural politician in eastern Saskatchewan says he’s