On-Site Magazine

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April 30, 2020  

PCL integrates IoT technology from Toronto-based AOMS into its cloud platform

PCL Constructors Inc. is continuing to build out its

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April 29, 2020  

CCA working to ensure construction industry stays on firm footing as pandemic recovery gets underway

Question marks continue to hang over the Canadian economy

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April 29, 2020  

PCL tops off Calgary Cancer Centre; $1.4B project remains on schedule in spite of COVID-19

Concrete crews in Calgary have all but completed their

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April 28, 2020  

Quebec sets timeline for reopening entire construction industry

A week after workers were allowed to return to

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April 28, 2020  

Companies rethink job site access, enhance pre-screening procedures as pandemic unfolds

Simply flashing a badge is no longer adequate. Contractors are enacting new measures such as temperature screening to keep workers safe

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April 27, 2020  

Ontario unveils framework for reopening, but offers no details or timelines for construction

The Ontario government released a broad framework April 27

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April 27, 2020  

Trans Mountain, LNG Canada say they are on track despite pandemic

VANCOUER, B.C.—Energy projects like an LNG Canada export terminal

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April 27, 2020  

With Toronto transit costs ballooning, new report lays out strategies for keeping lid on spending

Transit construction costs have grown considerably since the city’s initial subway building boom, and inflation doesn’t account for it

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April 24, 2020  

Aecon beats expectations, sees revenues rise, but Q1 net loss widens

TORONTO—Aecon Group Inc. beat expectations even though its net

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April 24, 2020  

Flood costs in Canada could nearly triple by 2030 with no infrastructure upgrades, mitigation

OTTAWA—The yearly bills from overflowing rivers and rising seas

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April 23, 2020  

Ault takes over sales of McCloskey equipment in Ontario and Atlantic Canada

Screening and crushing equipment maker McCloskey International Ltd. has

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April 22, 2020  

Pressure to restart construction builds in Quebec and Ontario as provinces begin loosening restrictions

Worker safety and preventing the further spread of COVID-19 remain the top priorities as governments look at gradually easing job site closures

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April 21, 2020  

Ehren Cory to stay at head of Infrastructure Ontario six more months

Originally slated to return to the private sector at

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April 21, 2020  

Why cost management is increasingly important in the construction and infrastructure sectors

The construction industry continues to undergo large-scale modernization efforts.

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April 21, 2020  

LRT tunnel boring machines extracted after four years interned beneath busy Toronto intersection

After spending nearly four years stranded under one of

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April 20, 2020  

As construction contends with COVID-19, the forced shift to cloud technology offers a silver lining

Technology has become pervasive on construction sites, but with the pandemic forcing non-essential staff off-site it’s more important than ever

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April 16, 2020  

Nova Scotia LNG project decision delayed due to market conditions, COVID-19

CALGARY—Pieridae Energy Ltd., the company planning to build a

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April 16, 2020  

B.C. issues RFQ for $116M hospital redevelopment project

Partnerships BC has issued a request for qualifications for

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April 16, 2020  

How new construction technologies are improving efficiencies and reducing emissions on the job site

Fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions are becoming major

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April 15, 2020  

New B.C. order clarifies it’s ‘business as usual’ under province’s Builders’ Lien Act

A new ministerial order in British Columbia has cleared