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Aquatic centre wins surprise award

The Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA) named the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre the best built project in Ontario for 2015. The association unexpectedly announced the recognition during the Ontario Builder Awards at the Construction Symposium in Collingwood, Ont.

ACI honours Canadian concrete contributions

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) recently recognized the work of more than 100 professionals, groups, and companies at its Concrete Convention and Exposition, including the work of three Canadians.

Renewable energy conference coming to Toronto

The Canadian German Chamber of Industry and Commerce will hold its Renewable Energies in Buildings conference in Toronto next month. The half-day event, which takes place on May 29 at the Allstream Centre, is geared toward renewable energy and building industry professionals.

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