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December 30, 2020
 
News Briefs
 
Green construction reduces new B.C. Starbucks’ carbon emissions by 30 per cent
 
Green construction reduces new B.C. Starbucks’ carbon emissions by 30 per cent
 
Green construction tech company Nexii has built a first-of-its-kind Starbucks café in Abbotsford. The technology used on this store is designed to reduce carbon emissions by 30 per cent.
 
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Exclusive: New report offers specifiers strategies to reduce embodied carbon in buildings
 
Exclusive: New report offers specifiers strategies to reduce embodied carbon in buildings
 
International engineering firm Walter P Moore has released a report on embodied carbon and greenhouse gas emissions, an issue of relevance for all material specifiers.
 
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Revealing plans for a mixed-use development in Midtown Toronto
 
Revealing plans for a mixed-use development in Midtown Toronto
 
An application to redevelop a 3.7-ha (9.2-acre) Midtown Toronto site with a 278,709 m2 (3 million sf) mixed-use master-plan has been submitted by Oxford Properties Group.
 
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DEMO-CASTS ON DEMAND
 
 
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Ground breaks on major B.C. industrial project
 
Ground breaks on major B.C. industrial project
 
Oxford Properties Group has broken ground on one of Canada’s first large-scale, multi-level industrial projects at the Riverbend Business Park in Burnaby, B.C.
 
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Québec office stands out in industrial district with modernized structure
 
Québec office stands out in industrial district with modernized structure
 
A three-year partnership between Artopex and Luc Plante architecture + design has created a building that meets the current needs of furniture maker Artopex.
 
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Features
 
Thermally improving curtain wall systems
 
Curtain walls are ubiquitous worldwide, delivering sleek, easy to install, and highly glazed building façades. However, the increasing stringency of building codes has created a conflict with delivering highly glazed buildings because glazed areas are known to be less thermally efficient than opaque walls.
 
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Making solid, sustainable choices with cold-formed steel framing
 
With a history spanning more than a half-century in noncombustible commercial construction, cold-formed steel (CFS) is a popular material choice for framing nonstructural interior walls, loadbearing interior and exterior walls, floor joists, and curtain walls.
 
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CSC-DCC   News
 
CSC Building Expo goes virtual in 2021
 
 
Calgary Chapter presents on future-ready whole building retrofits
 
 
CSC London presents on offsite construction
 
 
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Researchers develop sensors to test concrete strength in real time
 
 
Exclusive: Creating welcoming homes with modular construction
 
 
Snøhetta designs Le Monde Group’s Paris HQ in a translucent, dynamic façade
 
 
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