Project agreement signed for nuclear materials research centre
Construction of new laboratory research complex slated to commence in 2022.
Construction companies poised for post-Covid growth
Spending on infrastructure and the transition to net zero expected to fuel growth, post-Covid-19.
Boring machine en route to Scarborough
The Tunnel Boring Machine for the Scarborough Subway Extension is on its way across the ocean.
PCL and Pomerleau see Spot run
Collaboration with Intel and Microsoft has Spot the robot dog joining site crews to help streamline workflow and enhance safety.
Construction leaders to advocate for infrastructure investment
The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) is calling for increased investment in infrastructure during its annual Hill Day in Ottawa.
The industry steps up to rebuild damaged infrastructure
Road builders and infrastructure contractors wasted little time getting involved as provinces aim to get critical highways and bridges repaired following severe weather in B.C. and Newfoundland and Labrador.
Ontario issues RFP for Bradford Bypass bridge
Ontario takes next step to build the Bradford Bypass.
OGCA webinar promotes collaborative technology
OGCA shows that collaboration and the use of technology, such as Building Information Modelling, can pay dividends to a project.
RFQ issued for Surrey hospital
Fraser Health Authority has issued the RFQ for a new hospital and cancer centre in Surrey, B.C. The facility has a projected cost of $1.66 billion.
Ontario aims to attract young people to the skilled trades
$90 million in new funding announced to increase financial supports and apprenticeships for youth.
MPA launches RFQ for new terminal
The Montreal Port Authority has issued a Request for Qualifications for the largest expansion project in the history of the Port of Montreal.
PCL executive sleeps out to help youth
PCL Construction’s Bruce Sonnenberg raises more than $65,000 to assist programs that help youth at risk.
Ontario building and improving schools
Government commits $600 million to build new schools and childcare spaces across Ontario.
Author provides a simplified look at infrastructure
Mariko Uda’s debut book, Where does it all come from? Where does it all go? Toronto’s water, energy & waste systems, is a playful look at the infrastructure that supports our daily activities.
Vinci Construction to acquire Canadian contractors
Vinci Construction has signed an agreement to acquire the construction companies of the Northern Group of Companies in Atlantic Canada.
Castlepoint Numa announces affordable rental project
Developer Castlepoint Numa Inc. and WoodGreen Community Services have announced a strategic partnership to deliver 300 to 400 new affordable housing units in Toronto. The first is a 108-unit rental building to be located at 72 Perth Avenue.
Shovels in the ground for Red Deer recovery community
Ground has been broken for the construction of the 75-bed Red Deer recovery community. The $20 million project is being headed up by Synergy Projects Ltd.
CCPPP recognizes pair of P3 Champions
The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) recognized a pair of industry leaders, both advocates for the P3 project delivery model, during its 29th annual conference, P3 2021.
Report: Projects on Autodesk BuildingConnected increasing
Report suggests that construction industry is really rebounding after such a tough year in 2020.
Ontario announces that Highway 413 is going ahead
New 400 series highway will help relieve gridlock, while creating jobs.