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June 12, 2019
 
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Notre Dame is structurally unstable: Independent report
Notre Dame is structurally unstable: Independent report
 
Paris’ iconic Notre Dame Cathedral is structurally unstable after a fire gutted most of it, and urgently needs reinforcing, according to a report by a French engineer.
 
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Vancouver firm makes leadership changes
Vancouver firm makes leadership changes
 
Acton Ostry Architects (AOA) has promoted Alan Davies and Alex Percy to principal, with Mark Simpson and Matt Wood as associate principal.
 
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Zaha Hadid-designed Qatar stadium resembles the pleats of a ship’s sail
Zaha Hadid-designed Qatar stadium resembles the pleats of a ship’s sail
 
The Al Janoub Stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar combines cultural references with practical responses to the climate and functional requirements of a football game.
 
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Anti-fracture and sound protection now available in one thin-set
 
Anti-fracture and sound protection now available in one thin-set
 
Adhesion. Sound control. Anti-fracture. All three of these components are essential for a successful flooring application. Problem-free installations are now easier with 125 TRI MAX™—a three-in-one mortar solution for sound and crack isolation.
 
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Architects declare climate and biodiversity emergency
 
Architects declare climate and biodiversity emergency
 
Some of the world’s most influential architects including designers from Foster + Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, and Rogers Stirk Harbour, have declared a climate and biodiversity emergency.
 
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Features
 
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Restoration of aging masonry buildings
 
Brick masonry has, and will continue to be, a prevalent building material as it has several desirable attributes. However, these same attributes can potentially make brick masonry undesirable for exterior walls. For example, durability and esthetics can be considered as both positive and negative attributes of masonry depending on the quality of design and installation.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
Message from the President: Where did the year go?!
 
 
Winnipeg Chapter ready for tee time
 
 
Edmonton Chapter ready for annual golf tournament
 
 
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Notre Dame must be restored exactly how it was: French Senate
 
 
Architects propose snowflake-shaped terminal for China airport
 
 
CaGBC announces 2019 green building award winners
 
 
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