Surface burning testing with UL Canada – Why is it important?

Developed by ULC Standards in compliance with requirements and guidance set out by the Standards Council of Canada, the National Building Code of Canada (NBC) and provincial codes state that CAN/ULC-S102 be the test for the evaluation of interior building surfaces characteristics including walls, ceiling, and flooring products.

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Ground breaks on Toronto’s tall wood tower

Construction has begun on the workplace component of the Bayside Toronto waterfront master-planned community with the groundbreaking of T3 Bayside (T3 stands for timber, talent, and technology). The first of two twin, heavy timber office buildings at Bayside Toronto, T3 Bayside will be constructed using an innovative and highly sustainable mass timber structure, and feature market-leading amenities.

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B+H Architects and mcCallumSather to design Ontario hospital

B+H Architects and mcCallumSather has been selected as the planning, design, and conformance (PDC) team for the West Lincoln Memorial Hospital (WLMH) project, Grimsby, Ont. As the PDC team, B+H Architects and mcCallumSather will prepare project documents, including output specifications that will form the guidelines and performance requirements the successful building team must meet when preparing the design.

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Diamond Schmitt designs new York University campus

Diamond Schmitt Architects have designed a new and innovative campus for York University that will rise in Markham, Ont., adjacent to Toronto. The Markham Centre Campus (MCC) is the first public university in York Region. It features a vertical campus building that is fully integrated with the area’s diverse, growing network of commerce, athletics, arts, and entrepreneurial communities.

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