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July 10, 2019
 
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Vancouver’s tallest office tower breaks ground
 
Vancouver’s tallest office tower breaks ground
 
Designed by James Cheng Architects and Adamson Associates Architects, the Stack has broken ground. The 162-m (530-ft) skyscraper features a climbing, twisting box design.
 
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Winning Montréal project a beacon for sustainable design
Winning Montréal project a beacon for sustainable design
 
The Demain Montréal project by Gensler Architecture and ACDF Architecture wins the Reinventing Cities competition by C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.
 
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New mixed-use project in Toronto could be the city’s largest
New mixed-use project in Toronto could be the city’s largest
 
Designs have been revealed for Union Park,
a 399,483-m2 (4.3 million-sf) mixed-use development designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects and Adamson Associates Architects.
 
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World’s tallest modular buildings top off
 
World’s tallest modular buildings top off
 
Construction is now complete on Clement Canopy, two 140-m (459-ft) high towers built in modular concrete and located in a residential and student district in western Singapore.
 
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Ottawa hospital expansion to create hub for co-ordinated care
 
Ottawa hospital expansion to create hub for co-ordinated care
 
The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) will see the addition of a new
six-storey state-of-the-art children’s treatment centre on the hospital’s main campus.
 
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Features
 
Surveying the 2019 design/construction landscape
 
Every year, we ask readers of Construction Canada to weigh in on the current state of the country’s design/building industry and where they think it is going next. This year, we had responses from every province, as well as the territories. Read on to find out about the present state of the industry.
 
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Assignment of design to constructors: Documentation and drawings
 
Recent pressures have caused responsibility for many design solutions to be transferred to the constructor, as noted in Parts 1 and 2 of this series. To properly complete deferred design, a solid understanding of regulations surrounding shop drawings, specifications, submittals, and other documentation is necessary. This is the final part of the three-series article.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
Message from the President: Together, we are CSC
 
 
Vancouver Chapter set for golf social
 
 
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3XN designs the Olympic committee a new HQ
 
 
Québec’s village of cabins offers a connection to nature
 
 
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