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June 19, 2019
 
News Briefs
 
Controversial expansion of historic Ottawa hotel approved
Controversial expansion of historic Ottawa hotel approved
 
Ottawa’s planning committee has approved a controversial site plan proposal for a new addition at the rear of the historic Château Laurier hotel in the city’s downtown.
 
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Toronto college first retrofit to earn zero-carbon certification
Toronto college first retrofit to earn
zero-carbon certification
 
The Building NX retrofit at Humber College, Toronto, has been awarded the Zero Carbon Building—Design certification by the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).
 
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RAIC celebrates excellence in architecture
RAIC celebrates excellence in architecture
 
The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) has announced the 2019 recipients of the Young Architect, Architectural Firm, and Emerging Architectural Practice awards.
 
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Brushed stainless steel shower shelves enhance design and performance
 
Brushed stainless steel shower shelves enhance design and performance
 
The most common solution in a tiled shower is for the installer to construct a shelf using a tile covering that matches or accents the tiles in the shower area.
 
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Presenting IKO’s vapour permeable tapes
 
Presenting IKO’s vapour permeable tapes
 
IKO’s latest offering—the AquaBarrier Vapour Permeable Tapes (VP Tapes) are a durable, primerless, user-friendly solution ready to go to work—providing unmatched moisture protection.
 
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Features
 
Masking performance: Zoning in on system design
 
Sound masking is an electronic acoustic treatment used to control a facility’s background sound level. When designing a sound masking solution, it is vital to limit the size of its control zones so the technician or acoustician can precisely tune the sound and, hence, deliver the specified masking curve to the client.
 
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Speeding up installation with waterproof tile backer boards
 
Due to a host of industry issues, including problems associated with moisture intrusion into wall cavities, heightened awareness of mould-related health problems, and a need for increased productivity at the jobsite, lightweight and waterproof foam tile backer boards are serving as a well-suited solution for Canadian projects.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
Message from the President: Where did the year go?!
 
 
Saskatoon Chapter gears up for golf day
 
 
Calgary Chapter ready for tee time
 
 
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Tokyo tower sports a ‘sky forest’
 
 
Notre Dame is structurally unstable: Independent report
 
 
Vancouver architecture firm promotes new leadership and associates
 
 
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